WE ARE PRODUCERS OF QUALITY AFFORDABLE HOUSING

We create homes for people otherwise left behind by the current market. We provide rental, home ownership, and mixed income housing opportunities for young families, professionals in need of workforce housing, and older adults wanting to stay in their communities. We provide housing for all, regardless of religion or background and are proud to say that more than a dozen ethnicities and immigrant communities are represented in the communities that we have created.

WE ARE INNOVATION LEADERS AND ADVOCATES

We advocate for innovative ideas to solve our region’s housing challenges and we inspire a younger generation with our Gen2Gen programs and outreach events. We lead by example, focusing on quality and integrity in the construction of our buildings and in our relationships with the communities in which we work. We strive to make our partners and donors, residents and colleagues proud of their affiliation with us every day.

WE ARE COALITION BUILDERS

We harness expertise and resources from local, state, regional, and national agencies, financial institutions, the real estate industry, and affordable housing leaders.  Our strength is in our relationships and our ability to build partnerships.  We know that successful developments are built when parties are unified around a shared vision and craft housing solutions that meet community need.

BBH is an award-winning housing developer nationally recognized by:

BBH’s 2018 Fundraising Campaign Has Begun!  When you contribute to the 2018 Campaign, you will be investing in initiatives that will support BBH’s growth and expand our impact on the housing crisis.  Make your gift todayand together we can do amazing things!

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Easing the Housing Crisis: Hear the Importance of Creating Places to Call Home

Tackling Affordable Housing Issues: Our Executive Director, Susan Gittelman, shares her thoughts…

Defending the Community Reinvestment Act

The CRA has been a critical tool for increasing access to credit – and homes – to low-income Americans, including people of color. Susan describes why the CRA is still very relevant - even in a … [Read More]

Housing Report Card Spurs Fresh Ideas

Susan reflects on the latest Housing Report Card from The Boston Foundation, which has effectively served as a catalyst for fresh ideas, regional approaches and a new regulatory option at the local … [Read More]

Why Improving Transportation is a Housing Issue

Investing in the future of transportation services is as relevant to housing as it is to jobs. We need to consider whether our rail system can better connect where people live to where they work. … [Read More]

Our Homes, Our Voices

With federal housing assistance threatened to sink to its lowest level in 40 years, the Our Homes Our Voices campaign is an important call to action in Boston and across the country to support and … [Read More]

Early Signs Are Promising For Workforce Housing

One year after launch the Workforce Housing Initiative shows great promise to meet the demand for residents with middle incomes. Click here to read Susan's June 2017 op-ed. … [Read More]

Supply and Demand: Is It Working?

Susan discusses the influx of luxury units and its effects on rent in older buildings. Click here to read Susan's April 2017 op-ed. … [Read More]