Brighton Marine is the largest veterans’ development constructed in Boston since World War II

The Architectural Team designed the project.

August 29, 2018 |
The Residences at Brighton Marine

The Residences at Brighton Marine, a $46 million TOD community located in Boston, will provide 102 mixed-income apartment homes for veterans. The project is a joint venture between WinnDevelopment and non-profit veteran network community Brighton Marine.

The seven-story building is combined with an adapted historic structure to form a campus with 11 studio, 47 one-, 33 two-, and 11 three-bedroom apartments. 11 of the units will be set aside for households earning 30% of the area median income (AMI), 59 units for households earning 60% of the AMI, and 10 units for households at 80% of the AMI. The remaining 22 units will be at 120% of the AMI. Also included are on-site clinical, behavioral health, and family services.

 

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Aerial view of the Residences at Brighton MarineCourtesy TAT.

 

The complex is located near public transit and a local job center and will complement an existing initiative by the non-profit Brighton Marine that helps homeless veterans and their families with money for security deposits, rent, outstanding utility bills, and moving expenses.

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