South Cove Plaza contains two mid-rise brick and masonry towers located in the Theatre District and Bay Village neighborhoods of Boston. Occupancy is restricted to elderly and or disabled households. A subsidy is provided through the Project-Based Section 8 Program and rents are based upon 30% of the household-adjusted gross income.
South Cove Plaza
230 Stuart Street
- Community room
- Fitness center
- On-site management
- Professional 24hr on-call maintenance
- Roof decks
- Adjacent to shopping, public transportation and recreational attractions
- Hours of operation 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. M-F
- The property is federally subsidized and under program: S8/LIHTC program
- This property is available to households that include a member who is 62 or older or is a person with a disability of any age. Additional household members of any age, including children, are welcome.
- Annual income restrictions: 60% AMI
- 231 total units
- 193 one-bedroom and 38 two-bedrooms. The state code requires 150 s.f. of living space for the first occupancy and 100 s.f. for each additional person (3 occupants = 350 s.f. of living space), and 70 s.f. of bedroom space for the 1st person, plus 50 s.f. for additional person (120 s.f. for 2 persons in one bedroom).
- Accessible units at the property: Eight 1-bedroom units, Four 2-bedrooms units, Five visually accessible units
- The number of HUD-subsidized/assisted units at the property: 229
- Approximate rent or rent calculations for HUD-subsidized units: Resident will pay 30% of adjusted monthly gross income
- The property is open to all community members who qualify regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or familiar status.
- The waiting list is currently closed with no known date of reopening.
- All fair housing complaints about the property should be communicated to the local HUD office at Boston Regional Office of FHEO, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, 10 Causeway Street, Room 321, Boston MA 02222, Phone 800-827-5005 TTY: 800-877-8339, Email
- RIGHT TO REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION - Weston Associates will consider a reasonable accommodation, upon request for qualified people with disabilities when an accommodation is necessary, not just desirable, to ensure equal access to the development, its amenities, services and programs. Reasonable accommodations may include changes to the building, grounds, or an individual unit; changes to policies, practices, and procedures; and mitigating circumstances.
- If you require interpretation, please call the telephone number (617) 423-9797 or come to our office and we will provide free interpretation services.
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