Coolidge House 30 Webster St, Brookline, MA02446 The Coolidge House is a nursing home in Brookline. Services offered include rehabilitation care for patients and…More residents in a progression rehabilitation unit. Patients and residents are given the option of short-stay or long-term care. Visit the Coolidge House's website for a complete list of services and amenities.
Care Connection At Sussman House 50 Pleasant St, Brookline, MA02446 The Sussman House is a federally funded housing unit servicing the elderly and disabled. The building includes a…More wheelchair accessible apartment, as well as one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Also included is a community room with a computer, television and library section. Call for more information.
Ronald McDonald House 229 Kent St, Brookline, MA02446 The Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families with children with cancer. The home is community…More supported and has more than 100 volunteers along with regular staff. It can accomodate 23 families a night, and many rooms have their own bathrooms, kitchens and living areas. The Ronald McDonald house is close to Longwood Medical Area, and often accomdates patients from Children's Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's Jimmy Fund Clinic. This Brookline location was the eighth Ronald McDonald House location in the country.
The Brookline Housing Authority maintains and operates nearly 1,000 units of permanently affordable housing at…More several locations around Brookline.
The authority is headquartered in the Morse Apartments on Longwood Avenue. Brian Cloonan serves as the authority's director.
Goddard House in Brookline Assisted Living 165 Chestnut St, Brookline, MA02445 Goddard House is an assisted living facility serving residents of Brookline and the surrounding areas. Seniors are cared…More for by qualified staff without having to forfeit the tradition and independence they cherish. Goddard House regularly hosts community events including lectures, concerts, exhibits, support groups and more.
Brookline Housing Learning Center 226 High St, Brookline, MA02445 The Brookline Housing Authority provides options for affordable housing for families, seniors and…More disabled citizens. The Learning Center is one facility at the High Street location dedicated to teaching skills to children and adults. Call the office for more details.
Carriage House Paper Museum 8 Evans Rd, Brookline, MA02445 The Carriage House Paper Museum showcases the history of paper. It's located on the second floor of a carraige house. It…More is run as a non-profit and hosts mostly scholars and school groups. The director, Elain Koretsky is a serious paper historian and has published eight books about paper.
Brook House Condominium 33 Pond Ave, Brookline, MA02445 The Brook House Condiminum is an elegant housing complex of four buildings. The property overlooks a pond and the land…More is vast, open, and the overall feeling of the complex is serene. Features include a fitness center, tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool and much more. The Management Office is located next door to the complex's real estate agency, Pat Bottary Real Estate.
Specialized Housing 45 Bartlett Cres, Brookline, MA02446 When Specialized Housing opened in 1983, it was one of the first facilities to…More offer independent living for adults with special needs. Providing accommodations for people with developmental, physical or learning disabilities, brain injuries or psychiatric illness, it provides access to its resources and support web, while also encouraging autonomy. Specialized Housing offers on-site staff to supervise living arrangements and a network of community organizations. Some houses have been specially designed to accommodate different disabilities. It has several locations across New England, this Brookline address houses its offices.
Boston House of Pizza 173 Amory St, Brookline, MA02446 Boston House of Pizza is located on the border of Brookline and Boston. The Michaelidis family, which has owned this mom…More and pop pizza shop for the last 30 plus years, feel they get the benefits of city and suburban life here. While most of their clientele are ravenous college students, the Boston House of Pizza caters to families as well. Current owner, George Michaelidis, attributes his restaurant's nearly complaint-free history to ensuring customers have a positive dining experience and high quality, always fresh food. In a ever growing sea of franchises and chain eateries sprouting up in Brookline, the Boston House of Pizza is happy to call this city home.
Founded in 1937, the Maimonides School offers a curriculum of Judaic and general studies grounded in Jewish…More tradition. The school serves around 6oo students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Maimonides includes three schools; the middle and upper schools are housed at the Saval Campus, while the elementary schools is housed in the Bremer building on Clark Road.
Curry House 1335 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Curry House is conveniently located in Coolidge Corner at the intersection of Beacon and Harvard Streets. The restaurant…More has a diverse array of regional Indian foods. Its customer favorites are the lunch specials and buffet. Perfect for college students or those looking for a quality and filling meal on a low budget.
Optical Shop at the Brook House 44 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Optical Shop at the Brook House will provide the personal care of a trained professional. The store will help you pick…More the frames that are right for you, stylish and properly fitted. Come in and see.
Webster House 20 Webster Pl, Brookline, MA02445 Webster House, a division of nonprofit human services organization Vinfen, offers a wide variety of services to people…More with mental health issues. Its members participate in primarily art-based therapeutic activities, work in its kitchen, receive job training and take classes equivalent to those offered in high school.
The Coolidge Corner Guest House 17 Littell Rd, Brookline, MA02446 The Coolidge Corner Guest House has been a colorful and welcoming establishment in the neighborhood since 1995. Located…More only 10 minutes from downtown Boston, this is the perfect place to stay to feel at home during your visit. Paintings in ornate frames adorn the halways that wind through the three-story building, and a balcony funished with wicker overlooks this family neighborhood.
The Meat House 1285 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 The Meat House is a franchise butcher and specialty foods store. It offers a wide selection, from ordinary steak and…More chicken to the more exotic alligator and wild boar. The shop also carries drinks, spices, fresh baked bread, produce, wines, and craft beer. Much of the bread and produce is locally made and grown.
Ruth Cowin House 1027 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Located on Beacon Street, this brownstone in Brookline houses low-income elderly men and women. Each resident lives in a…More furnished studio with kitchenette. Residents are offered meals and holiday celebrations by volunteers in the community kitchen. Call for more information and with general inquiries, as well as to inquire about open spaces.