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Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea – Domiciliary Campus Redevelopment

The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM), in partnership with the Department of Veterans’ Services (DVS), is planning for the phased rehabilitation and modernization of the Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea – Domiciliary Campus.
Soldiers' Home Chelsea

 

The Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea, located at 91 Crest Avenue, Chelsea, MA, has been in continuous operation since the end of the Civil War.  A new 154-bed long-term care Community Living Center is currently under construction to replace the existing Quigley Hospital building.  The remainder of the Soldier’s Home in Chelsea, the Domiciliary Campus, consists of nine buildings which together house approximately 150 Veterans in single room occupancy accommodations, with shared dining and services.   The Domiciliary Campus Redevelopment project contemplates leasing up to 8.7 acres of land on the campus for modernized Veterans preference housing and services.  The phased redevelopment project will update the campus through a combination of rehabilitation and new construction to better meet the residential and services needs of today’s Veterans and their families now and in the future. 

Proposal and Amendment

Soldiers’ Home Chelsea Domiciliary Campus Request for Proposals (60MB PDF)

Soldiers' Home Chelsea Domiciliary Campus Request for Proposals Amendment (December 23, 2020)

 

DCAMM received four (4) proposals in response to the Request for Proposals:

  1. BC TND Soldiers Home LLC
  2. Trinity Financial Inc.
  3. Pennrose, LLC
  4. PowderHorn Veterans Housing LLC

January 7, 2021 Bidders’ Conference Documents

Questions

DCAMM will endeavor to answer relevant and appropriate questions submitted in writing to shcdomiciliary.dcamm@mass.gov, with responses being posted to this web page.

Request for Proposals Q&A

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