The property is located 75 South Huntington Avenue in Boston’s Mission Hill neighborhood. Walter Huntington Apartments will consist of 38 new apartments. Five of the 38 units will be designated as income-restricted. The property will also feature parking spaces on site, a fitness studio, and a roof deck with views of Jamaica Pond. The building is located steps to the Longwood Medical Area & Riverway Station on the MBTA Green Line.
Residents interested in putting their names into the lottery for one of the five affordable units can request an application by visiting www.HuntingtonLottery.com or by calling 617-209-5407 to have an BPDA application emailed. Applications will be made available between Friday, January 19, 2018 through Sunday, January 28, 2018.
You will not be able to receive an application after January 28th. Applicants must fill out the BPDA application completely online or obtain a hard copy and mail it back to Maloney Properties, Inc., Attention: Huntington Lottery, 27 Mica Lane, Wellesley MA 02481. Completed applications must be returned by the deadline, postmarked no later than February 5, 2018. Applicants who meet the deadline will then automatically be entered into the lottery.
Maloney Properties will then conduct a lottery and each applicant will be assigned a lottery number. Maloney Properties said there will be preference for a disabled household for Americans with Disabilities Act units. These units are built out for applicants with mobility impairments.
According to the BPDA, income limits are required to be eligible for the lottery and this is based on household size and income.