The building that once served as the Town of Hamilton's fire station, now named Firehouse Place, is the Town's first Community Preservation Fund supported affordable housing project. Following three years of planning and five months of construction that included extensive building renovations and improvements this building, upon completion, now consists four affordable rental units: a new handicapped-accessible one bedroom apartment for a disabled elderly person on the first, and three additional studio apartments on the second floor.
In addition, Firehouse Place successfully preserves the Acord's home for many years to come and serves as a great example of using local Community Preservation funds to leverage regional and statewide resources for contextually appropriate affordable housing.
Applicants for first floor 1 bedroom unit must have documented income below 30% of area median income and must also be 62 years of age or older with a disability.
Applicants for 2nd floor studio units must have documented income below 30% (1 unit) or 50% (2 units) of area median income:
30% limits - 1 person $20,250, 2 persons $23,150
50% limits - 1 person $33,750, 2 persons $38,550
Units have off street parking and are close to public transportation. No pets or smoking.
Download the Firehouse Place Housing Application here: Firehouse-Place-Application
For additional information or to request an application by mail:
Completed applications can be faxed to: 978-922-2874
69 Willow Street, Hamilton, MA