Today the Eagle has an update on the sequel to the enormously successful 14 Townhouses development on State Street: The second phase of the project will be called “9 Townhouses,” and prices will start at $3.5 million. The new homes, which will rise on a lot at the corner of Hoyt Street and are a separated from the first 14 by a few older brownstones, will all be around 4,000 square feet. Developers Hamlin Ventures and Time Equities are aiming for LEED Gold certification this time around. The rendering above, from Rogers Marvel Architects, is the first sketch of the project we’ve seen. Here’s what developer Abby Hamlin says about the design in a statement to the newspaper: The new phase “continues the rhythm established by the 14 Townhouses” and “The ‘9 Townhouses’ are the second phase of a purposeful architectural statement that is modern and of today and yet compatible with the historic neighborhood.”
Hamlin, Time Equities Break Ground on 9 New Townhomes [Eagle]
Work Starting on 14 Townhouses, Phase Two [Brownstoner] GMAP
14 Townhouses, the Sequel: Coming Soon to State Street? [Brownstoner]
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