Featured Residential Projects
Our New Residential construction experience ranges in scale from $5 Million to $50 Million and includes affordable housing, market rate, and mixed use properties. Much of NEI’s portfolio includes LEED certified projects, demonstrating our commitment to advance the environmental, social and economic objectives from construction start to project delivery and beyond.
Recent Residential Projects
St. Patrick’s Apartments was destroyed in a 2016 10-alarm fire in the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood of Cambridge. The newly constructed three-story 50 York Street was built on the footprint of the former building and has restored all 16 affordable housing units to replace those destroyed by the fire.
Located along the sound barrier on Interstate 93 South, this 51,000 SF affordable housing development was built to provide more affordable homes to the residents of Boston’s Chinatown. The building completes the One Greenway project at Parcel 24, which opened 66 Hudson in 2015. The new six-story building offers 51 additional homeownership condos to the block.
Auburn Court Apartments
Located in Brookline Place within the University Park campus at MIT, this project involved the addition of 9 new residential units as well as the occupied rehab of 77 existing units within the community. Eight of the new units created were housed in a new four-story, LEED Platinum, wood-framed building and the ninth was converted from an existing office space.
75 Amory Avenue
A component of the Jackson Square Redevelopment Initiative, this new four-story, wood-framed, LEED Silver Certifiable building features 39 affordable apartments with 28 residential parking spaces, a community room, and outdoor patio. The property is also conveniently less than a ¼ mile from the Jackson Square T station.
This LEED certified, mixed-use, mixed-income project consists of 37 rental units and 12,000 SF of space for a neighborhood learning center and office space. The new facility is constructed around the historic Webb Building which is adaptively reused as both residential and commercial space.
The Flats At 22 & 44
Located in Chelsea’s vibrant Box District, these innovative two new buildings include a mix of 96 market-rate and affordable units. Constructed in a design-build partnership, the buildings were designed and assembled with prefabricated modular units over fixed podiums and incorporate a small existing historic building. Complete site development blends the buildings together and revitalizes the streetscape.
Located on the former Symmes Hospital site, this mixed income, multifamily new construction consists of 176 townhomes and apartment units. The property features landscaped courtyards, a club room, a media room, a fitness center, a recreational court, a playground, and an outdoor pool, as well as surface and garage parking.
The project includes the complete construction of 20 energy efficient, affordable, homeownership townhomes, which included site development. The Brighton Mills Town Homes expands the recently completed 240 unit Charlesview Residence project bringing added vibrant life to this redeveloped Alston Brighton community.
Residences at Stony Brook
This project involved the new energy efficient construction of 36 affordable housing units across 7 residential style buildings in a family friendly community. It also included complete site development and careful logistical coordination with an adjacent public school.
Part of Chelsea’s Box District, this former box manufacturing industrial district has been transformed as a new 250+ unit, multi-block residential neighborhood. Highland Terrace involved new construction of 32 family dwelling units in three three-story, wood-framed buildings, with two parking lots for 26 cars as well as landscaped open space.