Housing

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.

Center Communities of Brookline (617-363-8100) owns and operates three properties in Brookline: 100 Center Street, 112 Center Street and 1550 Beacon Street.

  • 100 Center Street Two meals a day are built into the rental payment for market rate apartments, but residents in subsidized units are not required to participate in the meal plan.
  • 112 Center Street also has market rate and subsidized units, with predominantly subsidized apartments. Renters here are not required to participate in the meal plan.
  • 1550 Beacon Street also offers market rate and subsidized units. The meal plan is optional for all residents.

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.

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