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Common Ground’s Boston Road building tops off

Boston Road is a new 154-unit permanent supportive housing residence in the Bronx, and is one of the first buildings to use the New York State Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT) capital funding to employ housing as a strategy for reducing health care costs.

Boston Road Rendering
Boston Road Rendering

The building will house seniors, the formerly homeless, and low-income residents. Boston Road, designed by Alexander Gorlin Architects, will feature a landscaped terrace, green roof, recreational space, exercise room, and computer lab.

Sustainability features include high performance boilers, energy efficient fixtures and lighting controls, water saving plumbing fixtures and Energy Star appliances.



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