Concord House Associates 725 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Concord House Associates is a private real estate company that specializes in residential housing, primarily apartments.
CAJ House 677 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 CAJ House is an apartment house in Boston's South End. All of the apartments are furnished, and extended-stay and…More short-term plans are available. The units are outfitted with wireless DSL Internet, hardwood floors, cable television, washer/dryer, cotton linens, cookware and, in most residences, a flat screen television set. Potential clients can visit CAJ House's website to look at photos or to get pricing and availability information.
The Community Builders 95 Berkeley St, Boston, MA02116 The Community Builders is a business that focuses on affordable housing development. It works on preserving already…More existing affordable housing units as well as raising the funds for the development of affordable housing units in both rural and urban settings. Its goal is to transform distressed neighborhoods by not only providing housing but also by revitalizing local community centers, offices, and retail spaces. As part of neighborhood revitalization, the Community Builders also provides services to the community, such as childcare, health clinics, and youth programs.
Caritas Communities 1 E Lenox St, Boston, MA02118 Caritas Communities provides single-room occupancy housing to low-income individuals, including formerly homeless…More individuals, in the greater Boston area who often cannot afford market-price real estate. Rooms are furnished and include a small refrigerator, utilities, and free laundry services. Kitchen and baths are shared. Caritas Communities has several offices across the Boston area, and owns and manages 25 houses, providing permanent affordable housing for more than 600 individuals.
House of Sufism 84 Pembroke St, Boston, MA02116 The House of Sufism in Boston is a meeting place for those interested in learning and participating in the spiritual…More teachings of the Sufi Path. Gatherings for meditation take place twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays, and a tea is held every Sunday for those wishing to meet the Sufis and learn about their practices. The House of Sufism maintains no affiliation with religious groups and considers itself a spiritual venue open to people of all denominations and ethnicities.
House of Culture 585 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 The House of Culture on the corner of Columbus and Massachusetts Avenue is a women's clothing boutique. It…More receives clothes from London, Canada and well-known New York City designers. The clothing on sale is extremely classy and up to date with the latest hip trends. At House of Culture, you can find designer jeans, evening gowns and fancy tops. It has great sales, as well, and new clothes come in often.
Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House Administrative Offices 95 Berkeley St, Boston, MA02116 This is the administrative office of the Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House, an organization that provides educational…More and social programs to Boston families. These programs include an infant/toddler and PSK program, an after school program and an Adult Day Health Program all of which are offered weekdays.
St. Helena's House 89 Union Park St, Boston, MA02118 As part of Maloney Properties management—and owned by The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston—St. Helena's…More House is a rehabbed high-rise that offers 74 one-bedroom and studio apartments for people age 62 and over. Rent levels vary based on income, and there are eligibility requirements.
Carriage House Violins P.O. Box 171220, Boston, MA02117 A division of Reuning and Son's violins (located upstairs), Carriage House specializes in the sale and rentals of…More stringed instruments, such as violins, cellos and violas, as well as cases and accessories. The store caters to everyone from students through professionals.
House of Siam 542 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 At the House of Siam, a leopard-print carpet aligning the walkway to the upstairs dining area is certainly curious, but…More is certainly an afterthought to their awards-aligned entranceway. So, yes, the decor is interesting, but you're not heading there for that. You'll be too busy savoring their Pad Thai.
McInnis House 780 Albany St, Boston, MA02118 The Barbara McInnis House was once housed inside Boston Medical Center and has since expanded into a full-service center…More at its current location. It operates as part of the Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program. The program provides respite care for patients, and its goal is to provide quality care and transitional assistance to those Boston residents unable to afford basic health care and services. This facility includes a dental and eye clinic, pharmacy, once-a-month legal clinic, behavioral health and psychiatric departments, as well as a transgendered-specific clinic operating one evening a week. The center welcomes donors and volunteers.
Volunteers of America 686 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA02118 Volunteers of America is a nonprofit organization working to find affordable housing for the elderly and disabled. For…More more information on how to get involved, check the website.
Animal Rescue League of Boston 10 Chandler St, Boston, MA02116 Established in 1899, the Animal Rescue League is committed to rescuing domestic animals from cruelty and neglect. Its…More Boston headquarters houses administrative offices, animal housing, an adoption center, a veterinary clinic, four ambulances and the majority of the non-profit's law enforcement department. The adoption center carfefully matches potential pet owners with hundreds of shelter animals including horses and livestock in need of permanent homes. The veterinary clinic provides routine checkups, vaccinations, dental work and spay/neuter services as well as more advanced diagnostics.