Shirley, MA – —Senate Construction Corporation announced that it has completed the second phase of construction at Boynton Meadows in Groton, MA.
Phase-II of the project consists of eight townhouses, ranging between 2,000 square feet and 2,500 square feet of space with additional walkout and basement space.
“The residential real estate market has bounced back and Boynton Meadows is a spectacular community right on Main Street in Groton, Massachusetts,” said Bob France, Chief Executive Officer of Senate Construction. “We are very excited to be part of this project, and successfully complete Phase-II of the Boynton Meadows.”
France said the construction of Phase-III of the project, which will consist of seven units, will start soon.
Located right off of Main Street in downtown Groton, these Mount Laurel Development homes combine the charm of a classic New England town with the convenience of exclusive amenities right in front of their door.
The first phase of Boynton Meadows, which was completed in 2012, included mixed-use office and retail on the first floor and is occupied by a yoga studio, bakery and a dental office.
Senate Construction guided the permit process through the Historic Districts Commission, the Groton Design Review Committee, the Conservation Commission and the Planning Board to receive zoning approval for 18 dwelling units. The project includes restoring a historic, colonial structure, as well as adding retail space and constructing 15 townhouse units overlooking the picturesque Gibbet Hill.
Maugel Architects uniquely designed this mixed-use project and buildings and incorporated the colonial architecture of the community while including modern features of the today’s architecture.
The project, which is financed by Bank of New England, is developed by Mount Laurel Development LLC.