Utile and VietAID celebrate ribbon cutting of Upper Washington Street Housing

“I am proud that the City of Boston’s commitment to this project helped create 35 new homes — homes that will help ensure that the people who help make this neighborhood the thriving, vibrant place it is will be able to stay in their community,” said Boston Mayor Martin Walsh at yesterday’s ribbon cutting ceremony for Upper Washington Street Housing in Dorchester, MA. Utile worked with developer VietAID to design the project, comprised of two buildings that each include ground floor commercial and community space below affordable apartments for tenants earning 60% AMI or lower. Located in the Four Corners neighborhood, the project sits close to the MBTA Commuter Rail Fairmount Line, and brings essential density and definition to the neighborhood. You can read more about the grand opening celebration in Sampan’s announcement here.