1501 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton, MA 02135
The Lancaster is Boston’s first LEED gold certified condominium building. Located at 1501 Commonwealth Avenue, The Lancaster is situated between Boston University and Boston College directly on the MBTA Green Line. This five-story residential building includes 55 condominium units with underground parking. All market-rate units were pre-sold prior to the completion of the project.
1047 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
Adjacent to Boston University’s New Balance Stadium and located directly on the MBTA Green Line, 1047 Comm Ave is America’s largest micro-unit apartment building. This six story mixed-use building includes 180 residential units averaging 350 sf/unit, 6,100 sf of ground level retail, and underground parking.
159 First Street, Cambridge, MA 02142
Situated in the First Street Corridor at 159 First Street within minutes of MIT and the MBTA Kendall Square and Lechmere stations, Axiom is a 115 residential unit, six-story mixed-use building that includes 3,800 sf of ground level retail space and underground parking.
1971 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140
Located at 1975 Massachusetts Avenue, adjacent to the Porter Square station on the MBTA Red Line, this four-story mixed-use building includes 20 residential units with private parking and 3,600 sf of ground-level retail space. Built with an innovative modular construction process, the building was structurally in place in just four days. The prime location of the project led to the pre-sale of all market-rate units before the completion of the project.
Click here to see an interesting time-lapse video of the construction of The Rand.
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10-20 McTernan Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
Within walking distance to Central Square and the MBTA Red Line, the property was acquired from the Archdiocese of Boston. The former school and church buildings were converted into 43 condominium units with underground parking.
7 CameronAvenue, Cambridge, MA 02140
Situated on the Linear Bike Path and a short walk from Davis Square and the MBTA Red Line, the project includes 37 residential units with underground parking.
30 Haven Street, Reading, MA 01867
Adjacent to the MBTA commuter rail station in Reading’s downtown district, 30 Haven was one of the first developments in Massachusetts to use 40R Smart Growth Initiative zoning. The development includes 55 residential units, 20,000 sf of ground floor retail, and underground parking.