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Posted By On March 7, 2018 ·
March 2018 Newsletter 2018 is already off to a flying start here at Allston Brighton CDC! Our staff has been busy planning the year ahead as we continue to provide services to tenants, create affordable rental housing and homeownership opportunities, empower new leaders, and work a broad network of community partners. Read more in this newslet… Read More »
Posted By On January 19, 2017 ·
Click here for details. We are looking for a Director of Real Estate to join our young and creative team. We have a robust real estate project pipeline including expansion of our SRO Supportive Housing program, two joint ventures, and a 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credit project as well as a neighborhood stabilization initiative to increase home… Read More »
Posted By On October 20, 2016 ·
  Election day is 18 days away and there is one ballot question that is causing a lot of misunderstanding and we, members of the Allston Brighton CDC board of directors, would like to provide some clarification in order to set the record straight. The Allston Brighton CDC board of directors wholeheartedly supports the Community Preservation… Read More »
Posted By On July 5, 2016 ·
One of the main factors a loan officer will take into consideration when you submit your loan application is your credit score. Having a healthy credit score will open the doors to several mortgage products and will allow you to obtain a lower interest rate. Jasmany Beato, one of our Homebuying 101 Classes graduates and coaching clients, establi… Read More »
Posted By On June 28, 2016 ·
The Allston Brighton CDC fully endorses the YES for a Better Boston Campaign for CPA in Boston and we urge the residents of Allston Brighton to vote in favor of CPA this November. This is a great opportunity for the city of Boston to raise much needed funds for a more stable and equitable city for all residents. Skyrocking housing costs are mak… Read More »
Posted By On June 2, 2016 ·
A Thank You from the Executive Director I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who attended our annual meeting on Thursday, May 26, 2016 and participated in a robust, productive, and thoughtful dialogue around our current housing challenges and solutions that best suit our neighborhood, city and region. Although we all approach t… Read More »
Posted By On April 22, 2016 ·
Once again, in 2016,  a net investment of $325 provides $1,000 in support! Thank's to all of our supporters and The Commonwealth of Massachusetts for investing in us! ABCDC is pleased to announce we will once again receive the maximum allotment of Community Investment Tax Credits (CITC) from the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Economic D… Read More »
Posted By On April 22, 2016 ·
Observations on Tomorrow:  Our Changing Housing Needs  Expert panelists reflect on the impact of smart growth and zoning necessary to realize the potential that communities have to house those who currently live here and to attract a diverse workforce as our population grows. May 26, 6:30 - 8:30pm at Brighton Marine Health Center  at 77 Wa… Read More »
Posted By On March 18, 2015 ·
What does Boston 2024 mean for Allston Brighton? Do you care about Housing, Transportation & Infrastructure and the benefits/impacts that the Olympics will have on the community? The City of Boston will be hosting a community meeting on Tuesday, March 31st at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at the Harvard Business School (Burden Hall). The purpos… Read More »
Posted By On March 18, 2015 ·
Better Health Starts Here! What: Allston Brighton Community Health and Resource Fair When:  Wednesday, April 8th Where:  Jackson-Mann Community Center, 500 Cambridge Street Allston, MA Come learn about the health services and resources available to you in our community! Connect with local organizations including the Joseph Smith Health Cente… Read More »
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