Brio Condo Breaks Ground

| July 20, 2017

Hingham, MA – Callahan Construction Managers of Bridgewater, in partnership with Boston and Hingham-based A.W. Perry and joint venture partner Boston Andes Capital, LLC, recently commemorated the groundbreaking of Hingham’s newest waterfront condominium community, Brio.

(l-r) Emily Wentworth, town of Hingham ZBA; Mary Savage-Dunham, Hingham planning board; Buzz Constable, A.W. Perry; Rick Muraida, Rockland Trust; Arthur Vassallo, Salem 5 Commercial R.E.; Ted Alexiades, Hingham town administrator; Joe Greenough, Salem 5 Commercial R.E.; Jim Hughes, Boston Andes Capital; John Tittmann, Albert Righter Tittmann Architects; Pat Callahan, Callahan Construction; Jim Bruneau, Bargmann Hendrie + Archetype; Rich Beal, A.W. Perry; JB Clancy, Albert Righter Tittmann; Bob Maloney, A.W. Perry; Charlene Flynn, TLC Real Estate; Tina Bacci, RESIS; Robert King, A.W. Perry / photo: Dave Desroches

The project was designed by architects ART & BH+A with project management by  commercial construction consulting firm c3.

Located at 10 Shipyard Drive in Hingham, four-story, 160,000sf Brio will breathe new life into the previously unoccupied northwest corner of the Hingham Shipyard. It will feature 77 high-end one- and two-bedroom condominiums overlooking the marina, as well as 160 indoor and outdoor parking spaces for residents.

The property is conveniently located adjacent to a variety of restaurants and retail offerings, in addition to the MBTA commuter boat and bus.

 

 

 

 

 

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