Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Martin J. Walsh, together with state and municipal officials, will join 2Life Communities at a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of two major projects on 2Life’s Brighton campus that are providing 61 new units and 209 refurbished units of affordable housing to low-income older adults including those who are formerly chronically homeless and seniors with life-long developmental disabilities.
- Governor Charlie Baker
- Mayor Martin J. Walsh
- Secretary Marylou Sudders, Executive Office of Health and Human Services
- Secretary Mike Kennealy, Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development
- Secretary Elizabeth Chen, Executive Office of Elder Affairs
- Undersecretary Janelle Chan, Department of Housing and Community Development
- Senator Will Brownsberger
- Representative Kevin Honan
- Annissa Essaibi George, Boston City Councilor At-Large
- Chrystal Kornegay, Executive Director, MassHousing
- Clark Zeigler, Executive Director, Massachusetts Housing Partnership
- Resident of the newly opened Harry and Jeanette Weinberg House
Ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the 61 new units and 209
refurbished units on 2Life Communities’ Brighton Campus that are providing affordable housing for low-income seniors.
2Life Communities Brighton Campus, 132 Chestnut Hill Ave, Brighton
Thursday, July 18 at 3:00 pm
About 2Life Communities
2Life Communities, a nonprofit organization founded in 1965, operates on the belief that all seniors should have the opportunity to live a full life of connection and purpose in a dynamic, supportive environment – a model we call aging in community, which directly combats the growing public health crisis of social isolation and loneliness amongst older adults. At 2Life Communities, residents can step out the doors of their own apartments and find friendship, community, physical and intellectual stimulation, and a helping hand day or night. Serving a diverse population of 1,500 older adults, 2Life creates communities with a laser sharp focus on affordability – a tremendous concern given that Massachusetts is the state with the 2nd largest gap in the U.S. between seniors’ median income and the cost of living.