Mixed Income Communities

Managing Company: 360 Management Group
Property Manager: John Murray
Phone: ext. 1663

About Charles T. McQueeney Towers

Property Features

  • Laundry Facilities
  • Outdoor Bench Seating
  • Community Room
  • Resident Services Program
  • On-site Supportive Housing Program
  • Food Pantry
  • Tenant Resident Council
  • Social and Volunteer Opportunities
  • Security Cameras
  • Officer in Residence

Development Facts

Charles T. McQueeney Towers is a mixed families high-rise development. These balconied studio and 1-bedroom units include a bathroom and living and dining areas, and some are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Uniform Federal Accessibilities Standards (UFAS). Elevator service is available. Parks, museums and restaurants are accessible.

Support Services

The Community Economic Development Department (CED) connects residents to resources and supportive services, in the areas of health and wellness, financial literacy, education and socialization.

CED helps residents to remain independently housed, lease compliant with maximum quality of life by connecting residents to a variety of supportive care services.

Supportive Care Services Offered

  • Case Management
  • Financial Literacy
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Health Fairs
  • Health Services Coordination
  • Isolation Prevention
  • Life Skills Training
  • Linkage to substance/alcohol abuse treatment and counseling
  • Onsite Food Bank
  • Onsite Mental Health Services
  • Onsite Educational Seminars
  • Resident Services Coordination
  • Transportation assistance to onsite programs and workshops
  • Wellness/Nutrition


RAD Group III is a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and Project Based Voucher (PBV) development composed of 2 different developments: Charles T. McQueeney Towers and Winslow-Celentano. The development is currently under construction under the HUD Rental Assistance Program. The families who reside in the development are LIHTC and Housing Choice Voucher qualified. Under the HCV program families pay no more than 30% of their adjusted annual income for rent. 

The project is comprised of two high-rise buildings consisting of zero- and one-bedroom units. Community features include 24-hour maintenance, resident activities, security systems, food banks, and onsite management offices.

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