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Welcome to One Westminster

Elizabeth Stone House

An affordable housing rental opportunity for survivors of domestic violence who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or living in transitional housing. Any individual or family who is attempting to flee domestic violence and has no other residence or support network to obtain permanent housing will be considered homeless. (32 units / 15 homeless set aside units).

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Eligibility and Applications

Learn more about eligibility and applications here.
Applications must be submitted or postmarked no later than October 23, 2020 at 5 pm.

Amenities

All utilities included in rent
Excellent location
Brand new Construction
Energy efficient design
On site Laundry
Air conditioning
Professional property management
24/7 emergency maintenance

Programming support

Case Management Services
Individual Advocacy
Psycho-Educational Support Groups
Mental Health and Crisis Domestic Violence Counseling
Domestic Violence Safety Planning
Crisis/Court advocacy
Bilingual Case Managers (SP/PT)

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Floor Plans

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Eligibility & Application Process

Eligibility

All units will have subsidy attached to them requiring that the household income not exceed 50% of the area median income. Residents will have income certifications annually and will pay 30% of their household income for rent. There is no minimum income requirement. All utilities are included. Maximum income limits apply as listed below:

HH Size 30% AMI 50% AMI
1 Person $26,850 $44,800
2 People $30,700 $51,200
3 People $34,550 $57,600
4 People $38,350 $63,950
5 People $41,450 $69,100
6 People $44,500 $74,200

NOTE: median income levels are subject to change based on the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD.gov) guidelines. Based on April 2020 published limits.

Applicants will also be required to provide self-certification of domestic violence or documentation from a service provider authenticating the family is in shelter due to domestic violence and at risk of homelessness. Any individual or family who is fleeing, attempting to flee domestic violence, has no other residence and lacks the resources of support networks to obtain permanent housing will be considered homeless.

  • Homelessness is defined as those who are living in a place not meant for human habitation, in an emergency shelter, in transitional housing, or are exiting an institution where they temporarily resided. Transitional housing includes anyone who has not had a permanent safe place to sleep for two years or less.
  • For Applicants referred from the Homeless Set Aside program, the definition of “Homeless Houseshold” is defined in the Homeless set-aside Policy Statement.

Apply Today

To apply online, click the button below.
To request an application: e-mail us
or call 617-209-5434 – MA Relay 711

Applications must be submitted or postmarked no later than October 23, 2020 at 5 pm.

Please mail your completed application to:
Elizabeth Stone House
c/o Maloney Properties, Inc.
27 Mica Lane, 3rd Floor
Wellesley, MA 02481

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For more information or if you or a family member has a disability or limited English proficiency, and as a result need assistance completing the application and/or require any assistance during the application process, please contact Maloney Properties: 617-209-5434 – MA Relay #711 or  
E-mail Us.

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