One Beach

The Neighborhood Developers joins downtown Revere’s ongoing revitalization with One Beach, with our proposal for new affordable housing for seniors. The new construction development will feature 39 rental apartments in a four-story building, with a mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities will include a community room to host residents’ events and TND’s programs, a fitness room, onsite parking and laundry, an outdoor courtyard and central air-conditioning. 189 Broadway’s design and construction incorporate many sustainable features, and TND will certify the development under the LEED Mid-Rise program.

The City of Revere is focused on revitalizing downtown and has already begun landscaping, pedestrian, and parking improvements to increase activity downtown. TND is pleased to complement their work with our investment in new housing for seniors at 189 Broadway. The central location provides residents access to MBTA bus routes, civic services, local shopping and parks, making the location well suited for senior housing.

The LEED Mid-Rise Program

Date Completed: June 2016
Total Development Cost: $12.2 million
Development Type: New construction
Number of Units: 39 rental apartments
Affordability: 4 units for < 30% AMI; 4 unit < 50% AMI; 31 units < 60% AMI
Development Consultants: Peter Munkenbeck and David Koven
Architect: Utile, Inc.
Contractor: NEI General Contracting
Equity: Bank of America
Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits: The Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
Permanent Financing: Massachusetts Housing Partnership
Subordinate Debt: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development HOME Program, Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Facilities Consolidation Fund, and North Suburban Consortium HOME Program
Predevelopment Loan: The Life Initiative (predevelopment and acquisition financing)
Additional Funds: Charles H. Farnsworth Trust, Massachusetts Business Development Corporation
Construction Loan: Bank of America