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  Cambria Road Property

In January 2003, CAN-DO purchased a two-family home on Cambria Road in West Newton, which includes one 3-bedroom and one 4-bedroom apartment. CAN-DO completed renovations and upgrades to the to heating and electrical systems and now provides affordable housing for two low-income families. CAN-DO hopes that the Cambria House will provide permanent affordable housing opportunities for, among others, tenants who graduate from the transitional housing programs at Garfield House and Kayla's House.

CAN-DO has submitted an application for $200,000 in Community Preservation Act funds, to be used to pay down the outstanding $400,000 mortgage.

Cambria Road photo

18-20 Cambria Road

Project developed, in part, with Newton Community Preservation Funds.


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