Now accepting applications for January 2018 move-in, The Beverly, with its modern aesthetic, comprehensive amenity package, and central location in the vibrant North Station neighborhood, redefines workforce housing, designed to meet the needs of the professionals that make our city great. Downtown Boston’s first 100% workforce and affordable housing development in more than a quarter century offers graciously appointed apartments reserved for individuals, couples, and families at a variety of income levels (30-165% of Boston’s area median income), providing an incredible opportunity for Bostonians to live in the heart of the city at an affordable rent.

The Beverly includes 191 workforce rental units for households earning an annual income between $64,650 – $198,000, with rents starting at $1,940 per month1. The 48 low-income units are available to households earning an annual income between $17,578 – $60,000, with rents starting at $492 per month2.

The pet-friendly studio, one, two and three-bedroom residences feature a 24-hour attended lobby, modern finishes, and spectacular views of the skyline, Boston Harbor and the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The building provides top floor amenities, including a fitness center, party room, kid’s room and outdoor terrace and grill. Bike storage and on-site parking are also available. The Beverly is designed both in style and principle to accommodate your 21st century lifestyle.

Leave traffic and commuting behind and spend more time with friends and family in the heart of it all.

1Rents vary based on income levels. Income limit and rent figures correspond to 2017 AMI.

25 units at 30% AMI are reserved for referrals from HomeStart.


Conveniently located in the heart of Boston, nestled between the historic North End, Rose Kennedy Greenway and Boston Harbor, The Beverly is a walker’s paradise. Located across the street from North Station, the Beverly offers access to a multitude of public transportation options. Whether you walk to work, ride your bike along the Greenway or stroll to your favorite restaurants, you can now “Live Where Your Life Is”.

Sample Floor Plans



Low Income Range
$673 – $854

Moderate Income Range
$1,940 – $2,935

One Bedroom

One Bedroom

Low Income Range
$706 – $900

Moderate Income Range
$2,063 – $3,129

Two Bedroom

Two Bedroom

Low Income Range
$844 – $1,077

Moderate Income Range
$2,473 – $3,752

Three Bedroom

Three Bedroom

Low Income Range

Moderate Income Range
$2,853 – $4,331


To download an application for The Beverly, simply fill out the following form and click “Get Application.” You will then be taken to a page where you may download the application. Once complete, you may submit it via post mail or email as an attachment to apply@thebeverlyboston.com.

Alternatively, you may pick up an application in person for a limited time.

Click here to learn about an information session on August 17th, 2017.




Application Process

Applications are currently being accepted and will be available through August 30th, 2017. Completed applications must be emailed as an attachment or postmarked no later than September 6th, 2017 for consideration in the lottery process.

You will need to submit your household size and income on the application, which will be verified during the application review process.

Be prepared to present copies of recent years’ federal tax returns, recent paystubs, and copies of financial statements.

Preferences will be given to Boston residents as well as those applicants who meet a one person per bedroom minimum. Additionally, 5% of apartments are for households with mobility impairment consisting of Three (3) Studio Units, Six (6) One Bedroom Units, Two (2) Two Bedroom Units, and One (1) Three Bedroom Unit; 2% of apartments are for households with visual or hearing impairment consisting of One (1) Studio Unit, Two (2) One Bedroom Units, One (1) Two Bedroom Unit, and One (1) Three Bedroom Unit.

You should apply for the bedroom type that you want. The landlord will identify all unit types that you qualify for based on your income and household size.

There will be local informational meetings in the spring and summer as well as advertising via brochures and social media. The website will also provide updates on the status of the project.

Applications may be downloaded and printed at www.thebeverlyboston.com. For further information, please see the APPLY NOW section. Please submit only one application per household.

You will be contacted by management based on your initial application at which point you will have the opportunity to correct any misstated information.

Applicants will be notified regarding the time and place of consultations following the lottery. Not all applicants are notified simultaneously. Please continue to check the website for further information.

There are no restrictions as to how many or to whose affordable housing programs you can apply.

Yes, you can still apply to live at The Beverly if you own property. You will be asked to provide relevant ownership and financial information about the property.

Post-Application Process

There will be one lottery conducted in mid-September, 2017. The exact date, time, and location will be announced. Interviews will begin shortly thereafter. Candidates will be interviewed based on their criteria and qualifications for units, including income eligibility and unit preferences.

You will have 14 days to place an appeal, which can be submitted by mail with supporting documentation. If necessary, an appeal meeting can be scheduled. You will receive an appeal decision in writing within a timely manner following the appeal submission.

Applicant households that appear eligible but are not contacted during the lease-up period will be placed on the waiting list. As vacancies become available, these households will be contacted in order to confirm eligibility. Income eligibility requirements may change depending upon HUD income limit data released annually by the federal government. Please continue to contact the property in order to find out more information and maintain your waitlist status.

Apartment selection will be available for units which the household qualifies for at that given time.

Building / Amenities

There will be a mix of bedroom types at both the affordable and workforce levels. In total, the property offers 58 studios, 113 one bedrooms, 44 two bedrooms, and 24 three bedrooms.

The Beverly is an exclusively rental apartment building.

The property includes a fitness center, children’s room and an entertainment room as well as a pet spa and bike storage. The lobby will also be attended 24/7.

All apartments have dishwashers and washer-dryer units.

We welcome pets. Breed restrictions for dogs will apply. Pet owners will need to complete a special Pet Rider addendum to their lease.

There is a parking garage with spaces available on a first-come first-serve basis. These spaces can be leased at market levels and are not included when a tenant signs a lease for an apartment.

Rent & Eligibilty

Rents are derived via a HUD-established annual area median income for Boston.

Rents may adjust based on the HUD-published annual AMI and in accordance with prescribed rent limits.

Household income for housing programs seeks to project the income flow for the next twelve months for a household. Household income for housing programs will likely differ from taxable income for income tax purposes. Housing programs are typically based upon the HUD 4350.3 guide, with variation for the specific type of program. Some of the contributors to household income include employment income, benefit income, regular periodic receipts, various types of support, and interest and dividend income. We encourage all applicants to apply; at your interview you will have the opportunity to review household income in detail.

All assets, including property and retirement assets, and periodic amounts will be reviewed and may be factored in as part of your income eligibility. To the extent there are other items impacting your income eligibility, this will be reviewed with your application.

Credit screening will be completed for all eligible applicants. Credit screening for applicants considers a variety of factors including amount of debt supported by the household; recency of bankruptcy, if any; outstanding judgments or liens; the extent of negative credit lines.

Students may apply for The Beverly; however, a household of only full-time students is not eligible unless the household satisfies one of the regulated exception criteria.

Initial eligibility is based on projected income for the next twelve months based upon approved income verification methodologies. Eligibility at annual re-certification will be determined at that time with a review of the increase as it relates to an applicable income limit buffer.

The rent includes water and heat. The tenant will be responsible for electricity.

Certain amenities will include a fee to cover maintenance and operations of the amenity facilities.

101 Beverly Street, Boston MA 02114

Alternatively, applications may be picked up in person at Lovejoy Wharf located at 131 Beverly Street, Boston, MA 02114 at the following dates and times: Monday - Friday July 17th – July 28th, 2017 9am-5pm, with late hours until 7pm Thursday July 20th, 2017 AND Thursday July 27th, 2017; weekend hours Saturday July 22nd AND Saturday July 29th, 2017 9am-12pm.

If you had previously completed an inquiry form on www.thebeverlyboston.com an application will be mailed to you at the address you provided starting on July 13th, 2017. Be careful not to apply more than once. Applicants who submit more than one application may be disqualified.

Completed applications must be returned by the deadline. Send by email to apply@thebeverlyboston.com or by mail to:

BOSTON, MA 02116-6008

Learn more about The Beverly at a public information session at 6PM on Thursday, August 17th, 2017 at:

The West End Branch of the Boston Public Library
151 Cambridge St.
Boston, MA 02114