Jackson Commons is a green (LEED Certified), mixed-use, mixed-income, transit-oriented component of Jackson Square Partners LLC’s 14-building, $250 million redevelopment effort in the Jackson Square community of Boston’s Roxbury and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods.
Jackson Commons includes 37 rental apartments, including historic rehabilitation of the Webb Building and new construction on the north side of the building. Approximately 12,000 square feet on the ground floor will function as a neighborhood learning center and retail/office space.
8 units are dedicated for homeless households, who will benefit from an on-site resource coordinator who will provide case management services to all of the residents living in the building with a focus on those who were formerly homeless. 21 units are dedicated for households below 60% of Area Median Income (AMI), 3 below 80% AMI, and 5 below 110% AMI.