Old Colony: Phase 3A
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Old Colony: Phase 3A

BOSTON, MA

 

This third stage of the Old Colony Housing Redevelopment in South Boston is being undertaken in three sub-phases. Four Boston Housing Authority residential buildings are being demoed and replaced with two, 4-story wood frame residential buildings totaling 135 affordable rental units. The new residential buildings will have townhouse-style direct entry apartments on the first floor.

The foundations are supported on geo concrete column ground improvements, the superstructure is structural wood frame, and the exterior finishes are fiber cement siding and panels.

client

Beacon Communities / Boston Housing Authority

architect

The Architectural Team

project cost

$48 Million

Size

157,000 SF