Sudbury, MA – Phase 2 of the Coolidge at Sudbury, a senior community offering affordable rental units for seniors and older adults, is nearing completion.
The Coolidge at Sudbury was developed by B’nai B’rith Housing, a nonprofit developer whose mission is to ease the housing crisis in the Greater Boston area. Peabody Properties is overseeing the leasing process of the community.
The architect for the project is The Architectural Team of Chelsea and the contractor is Keith Construction of Canton.
Phase 2 of the Coolidge at Sudbury is a new senior housing development for those ages 55 and older. It includes 56 apartment units with elevators, both garage and surface parking, and is located adjacent to Phase 1 at 187 Boston Post Road (Route 20) in Sudbury.
The one-bedroom, one-bathroom rental apartments are approximately 675sf and, similar to Phase 1, the new building includes common spaces and amenities such as a meeting room, library, and fitness center, as well as offices for a property manager and on-site resident service coordinator, to which all residents will have access.
The Coolidge at Sudbury 2 is affordable housing for seniors where income guidelines apply.
“As the second phase of this beautiful community nears completion, we want to underscore how proud we are to partner with B’nai B’rith Housing,” said Karen Fish-Will, principal and CEO of Peabody Properties. “Both phases of The Coolidge at Sudbury represent the very best in affordable housing for seniors.”