3371 Washington Street, JP: Affordable Senior Housing
Thursday, January 14, 2021
3371 Washington Street in Jamaica Plain has been approved by the BPDA! This was an important step in the public approvals process for the project. New Atlantic and JPNDC are one step closer to bringing this important affordable, senior housing project to life.
Preserving Humphreys Street Studios
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
New Atlantic Development and JPNDC File Plans with the BPDA
Monday, September 21, 2020
2147 Washington: Public Meeting 11/6
Monday, October 28, 2019
A BPDA Public Meeting has been scheduled for our 2147 Washington Street project. Come lend your support to the project.
There will be light refreshments with catering by Haley House
Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 from 6:30 - 8:00pm
Boston Water & Sewer Commission
2nd Floor Training Room
980 Harrison Avenue
Roxbury, MA 02119
New Atlantic Development and DREAM Collaborative team win key approval
Monday, June 10, 2019
The 6-story building will create an active live/work/play environment that encourages community engagement with daytime and evening activity. The ground floor of the building will include 7 individual work-only studio spaces as well as 1,224 sf of shared workspace, which fosters accessibility and equitable opportunity to people of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Haley House Bakery Café operations will be relocated to a higher-profile ground floor space on Washington Street, allowing them to significantly expand their operations.
A 1,413 sf flexible retail space on the ground floor will encourage programming and activities that allow residents to stay local to the Dudley Square area and will bring nighttime activity to the area and help activate the street.The building will include a total of 74 residential units with a wide range of affordability. 62 rental apartments will be available to households with incomes ranging from below 30% AMI to 80% AMI. 12 for-sale condos will be available at 80% AMI, 100% AMI, and market rate.
2147 Washington includes a total of 47 off-street parking spaces. Spaces will be made available to residential and commercial tenants as well as provide short term parking for retail and Haley House customers.
Nehemiah Homes and Family Life Center
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
New Atlantic Partners with Dream Development
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Supportive Housing in Newton
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Construction has been completed at 1090 Walnut St in Newton! Continuing our partnership with Specialized Housing, Inc., this 4,000 square foot, restored single-family home with a 2,000 square foot addition will provide a place for 10 young adults with developmental, intellectual, and related disabilities to call home. Where living together they can achieve greater independence and be supported by caring staff. The 1090 Walnut St location provides residents with easy access to public transportation, services and amenities.
Bill Madsen Hardy Honored by New Communities Services
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Bill Madsen Hardy was honored for his and New Atlantic’s longstanding partnership with the Cambridge-based nonprofit at its 45th Anniversary Gala. New Communties Services' mission is to help maintain adults in their communities by providing high-quality adult day health services and dignified supportive housing to those whose special needs place them at high risk of living in an institutional setting. New Atlantic and New Communties have partnered on several affordable, service-enriched housing projects, including 1023 Hyde Park Ave, North Shore Homes, 25 Ruggles Assisted Living and ElderHouse at Uphams Corner.
Supportive Housing in South Portland
Friday, June 1, 2018
New Atlantic Submits Proposal for Zero Carbon Footprint Housing in Roxbury
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
In response to an RFP issued by the Department of Neighborhood Development, New Atlantic is proposing a new 18-unit condominium project at 273-287 Highland Street in Roxbury. Working with Utile, the project architect, the proposed project will exceed all energy codes and will actually produce more energy on an annual basis than it consumes.
Named Highland Yard, the project is designed to be durable, energy-efficient, and resource-conserving. The building addresses the specific needs of Boston’s climate: it keeps heat in and cold temperatures out, lets the sunlight in during the winter, and promotes cross-ventilation and good shading during the summer. However, to surpass the target of net-zero energy, a climate-responsive design must take additional measures to optimize envelope performance, building systems efficiency, and renewable energy production.
For this reason, the project has adopted the guidelines of the PHIUS+ 2015 Passive House standard. By designing to this standard, heating and cooling demands will be kept so low that space conditioning systems can be kept simple and small, and overall operational energy use will be minimal. As a result, the building will be able to produce more energy than it consumes after the integration of a renewable solar photovoltaic system.