571 Revere St.

The Neighborhood Developers is thrilled to announce that the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has approved funding for 51 new homes to be built at 571 Revere Street. DHCD's approval allows TND to plan a construction start in summer 2019. DHCD provides crucial state funding that will facilitate affordable rents for families.

TND wants to thank DHCD for its approval and the following partners for their early and integral support for the development: The North Suburban Consortium's HOME Program, The City of Revere, The Life Initiative, LISC Boston and the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation.

You can read the Revere Journal's coverage of the news here.


571 Revere is a transit-oriented, new construction development that will create 51 new rental homes for families on a blighted, vacant property. The site is within a 10-minute walk of the Wonderland MBTA station, a five-minute walk of Revere Beach and adjacent to “Waterfront Square,” where the City of Revere has encouraged private investment and economic development through the creation of more than 600 market-rate rental apartments. 571 Revere will complement this investment by expanding housing options for households with a range of incomes.

571 Revere builds upon our successful community development work in Revere, where, since 2010, we have served more than 1,000 residents through our workforce development programs, created 86 new affordable rental homes, funded and built public parks and public art, expanded our workforce development programs of CONNECT, and hosted many community events.

Details

  • Anticipated Completion: Spring 2020

  • Total Development Cost: $20.3 million

  • Development Type: New Construction

  • Number of Units: 51

  • Affordability: 6 units < 30% AMI, 26 units < 60% AMI, 19 units < 120% AMI

  • Development Consultant: Peter Munkenbeck

  • Architect: Arrowstreet

  • Subordinate Debt: North Suburban HOME Program

  • Predevelopment and Acquisition Financing: The Life Initiative, LISC’s Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Accelerator Fund, Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation