Trac75 Opens it's doors to Allston


Our newest project opened it's doors this month. Trac75 approaches life in Allston from a brand new angle, incorporating top of the line amenities and an unbeatable location, just steps from the Boston Landing commuter rail station and Allston’s many restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. Apartment homes are thoughtfully designed, with features including ample closet space, in-home washer/dryers, and gourmet kitchens with Quartz countertops. Coupled with perks like onsite Zipcars, a roof deck with views of the Boston skyline, and enclosed parking, Trac75 represents the future of upscale apartment living in Allston. Our first apartment homes will be available in August, 2017. 

83 Braintree street is moving along.


Currently under construction, this project is being designed to utilize modular building methods to construct this facility. The new building will include 80 market rate and affordable apartment units, underground parking for 68 vehicles, a 562 square foot ground-floor retail space, a 1,715 square foot startup incubator space and three community rooms. More about the project.

Bridgeview Center Ribbon Cutting

Bridgeview Center officially opened on October 27th. The project is comprised of 77,000 square feet and is located on a Charlestown Urban Renewal Area on Rutherford Avenue in Sullivan Square. The building contains an 2,500 square foot adult supportive services facility, a 10,000 square foot community space, and a mix of market and rent-assisted apartments.

Nine apartments are designated as rent-assisted, another 9 are for individuals earning less than 50% of Area Median Income (AMI), and 17 are for individuals earning less than 60% of AMI. There are 4 one-bedroom, 19 two-bedroom, and 12 three-bedroom apartments.

Boston Design Week

Discussion highlighting the rich history, reclamation process, and architectural rebirth, of the building. The panel will include Linda Neshamkin, Neshamkin French Architects, Jenny French and Anda French, French 2D Architects, Philip Koether, Philip Koether Architects, Bill Brown, Brown Sardina Landscape Architects, Ken Hagan, Sheskey Architects and Duncan Johnson.