Our Properties

Warren House
Renovated in 1992, this handsome former junior high school offers 59 beautiful apartments and a Head Start childcare program. One third of the apartments are available to low-income families and individuals. In 1994 Warren House received the Massachusetts Historical Commissionís Preservation Award. Warren House was financed by MassHousing with loans from the Newton Housing Authority, the Newton Community Development Block Grant Program and the Executive Office of Communities and Development.

Houghton Village

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Houghton Village (formerly The Hamlet) was the first privately held, mixed-income housing to be approved by the City of Newton. Built in 1977, the family-oriented townhouse community is situated on an 8 acre site adjacent to conservation land and recently underwent major interior and exterior renovations. Houghton Village offers 50 two, three and four bedroom apartments at low, moderate and market-rate rents. Houghton Village was built with financing from MassHousing and is partially subsidized through the Massachusetts MRVP housing program and the 13A interest reduction program.

Casselman House
Built in 1981 and conveniently located in the heart of Newton Centre, Casselman House offers 43 apartments to low-income elderly and handicapped residents. Casselman House was developed by NCDF through the U.S. Department of Housing and Developmentís (HUD) 202 Direct Loan Program. NCDF recently refinanced Casselman House at a significantly lower interest rate through MassHousing and performed considerable upgrades to the property as well as interior redecorating of all common areas.

The John W. Weeks House
This 75 unit renovation of a beautiful gothic-revival junior high school was opened in December 1984. The Weeks House offers 67 mixed-income apartments for senior citizens as well as 8 three bedroom apartments for low-income families. The John W. Weeks House was recognized by the New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA) with the 2004 Community of Quality Award. Weeks House was financed through MassHousing in combination with limited partners equity through the use of the Certified Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program. Rental subsidies are provided by HUDís Project Based Section 8 Program.

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831-833 Boylston Street
Renovated in 1996 in collaboration with Riverside Community Care, this 4 unit house is home to adults with mental illness. Residents live independently while receiving supportive services from Elliot House, a clubhouse program offering support and opportunities in education, employment and housing.

The Homes at Auburndale Yard
Developed in 1998, this 10-unit mixed-income condominium community offers six single family homes and two duplex homes. Three of the homes were sold to income-eligible first time homebuyers and four were sold at market rate prices. NCDF retains ownership of three units and rents them through the Section 8 program.

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