Welcome to Charlesview, Inc.!
Charlesview, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that has been dedicated to building community in Allston-Brighton for more than 40 years. Our achievements began with the development of Charlesview Apartments in Allston in 1969 and more recently include the creation of the new Charlesview Residences along Western Avenue in Brighton, Massachusetts.
We invite you to learn more about us, to find out about rental and homeownership opportunities at the new Charlesview Residences and to see what’s happening at our exciting new Charlesview Community Center.
Building on tradition and finding new ways to pursue our mission.
In 1969 five congregations joined together to found Charlesview, Inc. and build Charlesview Apartments to provide quality affordable housing and preserve a close-knit community. Today, three of the congregations – St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Community United Methodist Church and Congregation Kadimah-Toras Moshe – still actively manage Charlesview, Inc., working to preserve and strengthen the Allston-Brighton community. The new Charlesview Residences and the Community Center will bring many new ways to pursue our mission.
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Charlesview, Inc. Announces a New Charitable Fund and Grants for Nonprofit Organizations Working in Allston-Brighton
Charlesview, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of a new charitable fund, The Rabbi Abraham Halbfinger and Charlesview Charitable Fund, named in memory of a founding board director. Inspired by the shared values and long-term commitment and collaboration among Charlesview Inc.’s managing congregations − Congregation Kadimah Toras-Moshe, St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church and Brighton Community United Methodist Church − the Fund was conceived to help organizations’ efforts to make the Allston-Brighton community a thriving neighborhood where opportunity abounds for all residents. (Read more…)
Charlesview, Inc. has announced the appointment of Virginia (Ginny) LaCrow to head up the new Josephine A. Fiorentino Community Center in Brighton. Ms. LaCrow comes to the Community Center with a strong background and experience as a program coordinator, career specialist, and job coach. Most recently she served as career specialist and acting manager of the Allston/Brighton Resource Center. (Read more…)
The management office at Charlesview, Inc. was awash with Thanksgiving-day smells emanating from a table holding piles of pies ready to be distributed to 220 families who currently live at the new Charlesview Residences on Western Avenue. (Read more…)