Hearth Anna Bissonnette House
Contact Information:1640 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02118
Located at the intersection of Washington and East Concord Streets in Boston’s South End, Anna Bissonnette House (ABH) opened in 1997 to provide permanent supportive housing to low income and formerly homeless elders.
Originally the Aerated Bread Company factory, the site was beautifully renovated and decorated to provide 22 studio and 18 one-bedroom apartment homes. There are separate community gathering spaces on each floor and in addition to the Shapiro Community Room in the lobby, residents can enjoy a roof-top deck and large patio.
Hearth’s staff and volunteers support the resident service needs of the community as well as resident activities.
|Apartment Size||# of Bath(s)||Sq. Ft.**||Rent*|
|Studio||1||400 +/-||Please Call|
|1 Bedroom||1||600 +/-||Please Call|
* Income Guidelines May Apply. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
** Square footages are approximate and may vary slightly. Photos and images may vary from actual apartments. Information contained herein subject to change without notice.
- Community gathering space on each floor
- Laundry facilities
- Roof-top deck and large patio
- Professional, on-site management with 24-hour emergency maintenance
- Assistance animals welcome
Note: Please inquire in advance for reasonable accommodation. Assistance animals welcome.
Click the image to see a larger view.