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Brookview House Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing

(l-r) Roger Herzog (executive director, Community Economic Development Assistance Corp.;  Pamela Feingold, senior VP of Eastern Bank;  Mayor Martin J. Walsh;  Deborah Hughes, president and CEO of Brookview House;  Governor Charlie Baker; Rep. Russell E. Holmes;  and City Councilor At-Large Annissa Essaibi George

Boston – Brookview House, which provides families experiencing homelessness with safe housing and support services, recently broke ground on a new affordable housing building in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston. Governor Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh were among the dignitaries attending the celebration.

The new building, referred to as Brookview III, will be located on Hansborough Street near Blue Hill Avenue, one block from the 12-unit main building at 2 Brookview Street. Occupancy is slated for June 2019.

It will include 12 units of two- and three-bedroom apartments along with ground floor space for programs and support services. Upon completion, the building will bring the total number of Brookview’s units to 54.