Dorchester Bay acquired this distressed multi-family, mixed-use building to stabilize 6 units at risk of losing their affordability status, and to add three additional (then vacant) units to the HOME affordability program. The acquisition and rehabilitation also allowed for the Food Project to expand its office and meeting space to run their urban agriculture and health food programming. Upham’s West also includes 21 Ramsey Street, a formerly infamous crack and cocaine den that is now 4 units of affordable housing adjacent to Dorchester Bay’s office space.
Residential (Rental) and Commercial
13 residential and 2 commercial
Units set aside for 30%, 50% and 60% of AMI
Maloney Properties, 617-288-3490