Ulin House, Leventhal House and Gitta & Saul Kurlat House are three interconnected buildings that make up JCHE's Brighton campus. Together they create a lively and welcoming senior living community. This non-sectarian rental housing, owned and managed by JCHE, is located on a beautiful site just a short walk from Commonwealth Avenue and the MBTA's "C" line.
The Brighton Campus offers a supportive community that is welcoming to older adults of all backgrounds. JCHE celebrates the diversity of its residents, offering programs that bring the community together while honoring the cultural mix. Multilingual staff is available throughout the buildings to help residents access the information and services they need. The Campus has wonderful amenities including attractive and inviting common space, courtyards and grounds. Residents who live in Ulin, Leventhal and Gitta & Saul Kurlat House have countless opportunities to enjoy social, cultural and recreational programs that facilitate healthy aging.
Like all JCHE properties, the apartments and the amenities are designed to foster independent living. The campus offers easy access to support services for residents who require some assistance with daily tasks.
Ulin House, Leventhal House and Gitta & Saul Kurlat House have a total of 705 apartments, including studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. These apartments are available to those 62 and older with income levels that meet HUD guidelines for subsidized housing.
The Gitta & Saul Kurlat House (formerly Genesis House) is currently undergoing a major renovation process that will transform the building's 209 apartments into truly modern quarters.