Design for Historic Wyoming Mills Redevelopment Receives Approval

110 Chace Street / Cover drawing courtesy of David Sisson Architecture

Fall River, MA – Boston-based developer The Goldman Group commissioned David Sisson Architecture to redesign the historic abandoned property at 110 Chace Street in Fall River into a modern mixed-use facility. With roughly 260,000sf to work with after limited demolition, the team designed an adaptive reuse project featuring 196 residential units and about 80,000sf of warehouse space to be leased. The plans were recently presented to the city’s zoning board, receiving unanimous approval.

110 Chace Street

Plans were also presented for a new construction development on the site consisting of an additional 204 modern apartments and access to amenities including a pool and fitness center. Over 400 parking spaces will be designated for the residents with an additional 90+ spaces on site for the warehouse space. The now abandoned 11-acre site was first home to the Wyoming Thread Company when built in 1845 and most recently operated by Duro Industries until 2016.

Principal Architect David Sisson said, “We’re grateful and honored at every opportunity we have to be part of a project like this, preserving the history of these incredible examples of New England industrial architecture. It takes a dedicated commitment to historic preservation and the community along with a vision for the future to take on a project like this. We’re proud to join the team at The Goldman Group to make this transformation a reality, and we’re thrilled to have the city’s support.”