Apartments and Condominiums. BrooklineCAN volunteers have gathered detailed information on apartment and condominium units in buildings with elevators. Click one of the links above for full details and an interactive map. In every case, we provide basic information such as building location, number of floors, number of units, and number of bedrooms. For most buildings, the we also give more information including laundry arrangements, parking, and availability of outdoor space.
On September 10, 2020 BrooklineCAN sponsored a second forum on housing, virtual this time. At that time, five new senior housing developments were in various stages from planning to near completion. Panelists spoke about each. Details and video.
The Brookline Housing Authority (617-277-2022) The Housing Authority operates several elderly and disabled housing sites in Brookline. Renters in these buildings--- reserved solely for elderly or disabled Brookline residents---are generally required to pay 30 percent of their monthly income as rent. Applicants, therefore, must provide proof of income and assets on an annual basis to qualify for this housing.
The total number of units is 924 (394 state/499 federal/31 SROs in special needs group residences).
Residents pay 30% of their adjusted income (income after exemptions and deductions if any) in federally funded public housing and 32% of their adjusted income in state funded public housing. All residents qualify under the federal definition of low-income (80% or lower of the median area income).
We have a total of 457 elderly units.
Center Communities of Brookline (617-363-8100) owns and operates three properties in Brookline: 100 Center Street, 112 Center Street and 1550 Beacon Street.
Goddard House Assisted Living (617-731-8500) A not-for-profit organization since our founding, Goddard House owns and operates Goddard House Assisted Living at 165 Chestnut Street, Brookline, MA, 02445. We have seventy-five traditional apartments and forty apartments in our Olmsted Place program for those who require specialized memory support services in a secure setting. Short-term stays are available.
Goddard House offers older adults comfortable housing in a residential setting and the kindness and compassion that inspired its founding over a century ago. Our daily commitment is to provide an atmosphere that emphasizes dignity, self-reliance and a warm sense of community, evident to all who walk through our doors.
Winn Management (617-731-6020) operates three properties in Brookline that offer elderly and/or disabled units at 99 Kent Street, 70 Pearl Street, and 55 Village Way. Some subsidized units are available.
Paul Sullivan Housing Pine Street Inn (617-892-8708) manages several single-room occupancy properties. They are located at 1017 Beacon Street, 1043-1045 Beacon Street, 1754 Beacon Street, and 51-53, 55-57 Beals Street.
Support Disclaimer: Inclusion of services on this website does not represent a recommendation from the Brookline Council on Aging, the Brookline Senior Center, or the Brookline Community Aging Network.
Disclaimer: Inclusion of services through this program does not represent a recommendation or guarantee of work performance from the Brookline Council on Aging, the Brookline Senior Center, or the Brookline Community Aging Network. The user of this program therefore agrees to release the above named from any and all liability. The user should make whatever investigation or other resources that they deem necessary or appropriate before hiring or engaging Service Providers.