We have more than 500 units of housing in development or planning
that will prevent displacement and give new life to vacant lots and aging buildings.

You can find all of the projects below on our interactive map.

125 Amory Street

JPNDC, with partners The Community Builders and Urban Edge, have been designated by the Boston Housing Authority to redevelop this site, preserving and renovating the 199 apartments for their current residents and creating new housing on the site, 40% of which will be affordable.

Estimated completion: 2020

Learn more about this project here.

JPNDC Pitts Apartments

201 units of rental family housing in 21 buildings in the Grove Hall, Dudley Square and Fort Hill sections of Dorchester and Roxbury. Most buildings were constructed prior to 1930 and some have historical significance.

JPNDC worked with the former owner, Lorenzo Pitts Inc., to plan critically needed repairs for all units and ensure permanent affordability for 150 subsidized units that were at high risk of conversion to market-rate. In June 2018 JPNDC became the new owner.

Estimated completion: 2020

25 Amory Street

This Jackson Square project includes 44 new affordable apartments. Learn more here.

Estimated completion: 2022

Call Carolina

JPNDC is developing eight affordable homes on these long-vacant lots on Call St. and Carolina Ave. Learn more about this project here.

Estimated completion: 2020

In Planning

Cheney & Schuyler Streets

69 affordable, service-enriched senior units including an apartment for a live-in responder, plus nine condominiums for first-time homebuyers in separate buildings. The campus style design will include a community room and a landscaped courtyard linking all buildings. Learn more here.

Estimated completion: TBD

3371-3375 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain

With our partner New Atlantic Development, our proposal calls for 39 affordable apartments for low-income seniors with on-site services, plus ground-floor commercial space for El Embajador Restaurant. Learn more here.

Estimated completion: TBD

Mildred C. Hailey Apartments Redevelopment

Phase I: Replacing seven deteriorated buildings and the Anna Mae Cole Community Center, and creating new housing on site

Estimated completion: TBD