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Apartsments at former Brigham site, seen from rear of 22 Mill St.Apartments at former Brigham site, as seen Nov. 26 from rear of 22 Mill St.

Applications are available for the affordable rental apartments at Alta Brigham Square, the former Brigham's Ice Cream Factory, at 30-50 Mill St.

Seventeen affordable rental units available (three studios, five one-bedrooms and nine two-bedrooms), Laura Wiener, director of housing, reported Nov. 28.

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36 apartments open


Questions? Call the marketing consultant who will be running the lottery at 617-782-9600, ext.3.
Studios are listed at $941 a month. One-bedrooma are $1,068 a month. Two-bedrooms are $1,185 a month.

Rent does not include utilities, except water and sewer.

Alta Brigham Square is a 116-unit apartment building one-half block from Mass. Ave., near Arlington Center.

Affordable apartments include designer finishes, such as plank flooring in kitchen and bath; granite countertops; stainless steel appliances; upgraded espresso-colored designer cabinetry; oversized kitchen islands; and tile surrounds in baths. Community amenities include a wellness center with cardio salon and an outdoor lounge with a gas-fired grill and one fireplace.

The maximum income limits for Households are:

1-person, $45,500    2-person, $52,000

3-person, $58,500    4-person, $65,000

A public-information session has been scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 10, at 6 p.m. in the Arlington Senior Center Mural Room (27 Maple St., next to Town Hall).

Completed applications and required income documentation must be received, not postmarked, by 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30.

The lottery will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, in the Arlington Senior Center Mural Room.

Applications and information are also available at the Robbins Library on 700 Mass Ave in Arlington (M-W 9-9, Thurs 1-9, Fri+Sat 9-5, Sun 2-5), and the Arlington Planning Department, 730 Mass. Ave., Arlington (M-W 8-4, Thurs 8-7, Fri 8-noon).


This story was first published Wednesday, Nov. 28. It was updated Dec. 3 to remove the reference to a "fire pit."