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PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

11 E. LENOX

Foundation: Done, Framing: Nearing Completion

TL:DR – Multifamily / Passive House / CLT

Project Overview:  This project is an innovative 7-story, mixed-use, multifamily building with a unique structure that required no podium. It will be constructed with CLT/Mass Timber for greater safety, efficiency, and a reduced carbon footprint. It will include a host of energy efficient features and is designed to meet Passive House standards.

Completion date: September 1, 2022

1005 BROADWAY

Foundation: Done, Framing: In Progress

TL:DR – Multifamily / Passive House 

Project Overview:  This project will be an affordable 38-unit multifamily development in Chelsea that will restore a long-vacant and blighted parcel. It has been designed and will be built to Passive House standards. Among other energy-saving features, it will have an all-electric HVAC system and rooftop solar panels.

Completion date: September 1, 2022

3171 WASHINGTON

3171 Washington
Site prep: Done, Foundation: In progress

TL:DR – Multifamily / High-Performance

Project Overview:  This will be a mixed-use multifamily development with 9 condo units and 1 commercial space located in the Egleston Square neighborhood.

Completion date: June 1, 2022

59-63 WILLOW

59 Willow
Framing & Wrapping: Done, MEP Installation: In progress

TL:DR – Multifamily / Passive House 

Project Overview:  This project will be a 3-story, 18-unit mixed income, and mixed use building located in the heart of Hamilton’s downtown. It has been designed and is being built to Passive House standards. This project represents a long-time vision of the town to add sorely needed, well-located, well-designed affordable housing to their community.

Completion date: July 1, 2022

PROJECT SPOTLIGHTS

Watch our project spotlight videos! In this video series, members of our team take you through various project sites to show-off key features of each build and highlight certain high-performance building techniques.

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