Sudbury Housing Trust

The purpose of the Sudbury Housing Trust is to provide for the creation and preservation of affordable housing in the Town of Sudbury for the benefit of low and moderate income households.

The Trust implements the recommendations set forth in the Sudbury Community Housing Plan to the purpose of aiding the Town of Sudbury, private enterprises and non-profit organizations, and other public agencies in the speedy and orderly acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, construction, financing or refinancing of property within the Town of Sudbury so that such property will be substantially available as residential property for low and moderate income persons and to further provide mechanisms to ensure such use.


Medford - New affordable housing opportunity

The Fulton School is a school building that has been sold by the City and renovated into 11 condominium units, 1 of which is being sold as affordable under the guidelines of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development's Local Initiative Program.

The affordable unit – Unit 1 - will be sold as a condominium, with 2BR and 1.5 baths.  The unit has 856 of living square feet on one floor with LR/DR combination, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a full and half bath.  The unit has many upgraded amenities including granite counters, ceiling fan, tile kitchen, and oak cabinets.  The unit features high ceilings and many windows.  The unit has 2 deeded parking spaces and an exclusive outdoor patio area overlooking a Town-owned undeveloped parcel in a natural setting. 

Please complete the Fulton School - Housing Application to apply for this opportunity.

Friday, October 14, 2011

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