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Mill & 3 Lottery

Mill & 3 is a 108-unit rental development that will consist of twenty-two affordable units and eight-six market rate units.

All apartments will feature high-end finishes, such as wood cabinets and granite countertops.  Unit amenities include washers and dryers, 9+ foot ceiling heights, walk-in closets, separate dining rooms and patios or balconies.

Since it is anticipated that there will be more interested and eligible applicants than available units, the Chelmsford Housing Authority (CHA) and the Developer will be sponsoring an application process and lottery to rank the eligible applicants for the program.

The application and lottery process, dates and eligibility requirements can all be found within the Information Packet.

Mill & 3 Information Packet                              Mill & 3 Preliminary Application

Regional Capital Assistance Team (Northeast)

The Chelmsford Housing Authority hosts the Northeast RCAT Region.
This region is comprised of 57 participating housing authorities in Essex, Middlesex and Suffolk counties.

 Northeast RCAT Region Website

 

Affordable Single Family Home for Sale

LampLighter

The Chelmsford Housing Authority is brokering the sale of one of the properties in the town’s affordable housing inventory.

The 3-bedroom 1 ½ bath single family home is located at the Lamplighter Green development off Richardson Road in North Chelmsford.

The sales price is $181,660 with an annual homeowner’s association fee of $480.

Income and asset limits apply.

Please contact Lisa Singleton at 978-256-7425 ext. 16 or by email at lisa@chelmsfordha.com for more information.

Maintenance Phone Numbers

During normal business hours:      978-256-7425  ext. 10

Emergency only (after normal business hours):   978-265-5049

Anti-Discrimination Notice

The Chelmsford Housing Authority does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, age, ancestry, disability, marital status, veteran status, membership in the armed forces, presence of children, or political beliefs, receipt of public assistance rental assistance or housing subsidy or any other basis prohibited by law in the access to, admission into, or employment in, housing programs or activities.

 Any individual who believes he or she has been denied employment or housing, discharged, or has suffered discrimination in compensation or in the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment or housing on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, age, ancestry, disability, marital status, veteran status, membership in the armed forces, presence of children, or political beliefs, receipt of public assistance rental assistance or housing subsidy or any other basis prohibited by law, has the right to file a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD).