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The Boston Housing Authority has 64 developments, a few of which have both state and federal components. The BHA owns and manages some scattered site properties throughout the City of Boston as well. Of the 64 developments, 37 are designated as elderly/disabled developments and 27 are designated as family developments. Three of the 27 family developments have elderly/disabled housing on site and one of the elderly developments has designated units for families.
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Alice Taylor Alice Taylor Amory Street Annapolis Archdale Ashmont Ausonia Basilica Bellflower Bromley Park Camden Camden Cathedral Cathedral Charlestown Codman Commonwealth Davidson Eva White Fairmont Faneuil Foley Franklin Field Franklin Hill Frederick Douglas Frederick Douglas Gallivan Blvd. General Warren Groveland Hampton House Hassan Heath Heritage Highland Park Highland Park Holgate J.J. Carroll Lenox Lower Mills Malone Apts Martin Luther King Apts Mary Ellen McCormack Maverick Meade Mission Main Monsignor Powers Mission Main Old Colony Orchard Gardens Orchard Gardens Orient Heights Pasciucco Patricia White Peabody Pond Street Rockland Towers Roslyn Rutlande Springfield Rutlande Springfield South Street Spring Street St. Botolph St. Botolph Torre Unidad Torre Unidad Walnut Park Washington Beech Washington Manor Washington Street West Concord West Concord West Broadway West Newton Street West Ninth Street Whittier Street West Newton Street Eva White Hampton House Washington Manor Lenox Whittier Street

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