Green Mixed-use

Historic Magnavox Building Becomes Eco-Friendly

Haverhill, MA – ePropertyCare, a smart-building technology company, announced its partnership with Ted Ammon, a property developer that preserves and transforms historic buildings.

Through the partnership, ePropertyCare is installing its building protection and automation solution in the former Magnavox building on Washington Street in Haverhill to increase tenant, landlord and contractor safety, satisfaction, and efficiency during the ongoing pandemic and beyond.

21-27 Washington St.

The ePropertyCare platform allows landlords and property managers to remotely protect, monitor and control properties over the cellular network without requiring building Wi-Fi. In the current climate, this has the added benefit of minimizing in-person interactions that can spread COVID-19.

“Much like other gateway cities surrounding Boston, Haverhill is experiencing a rebirth thanks to the ongoing redevelopment projects that are changing the face of Downtown and providing much-needed housing and retail space in formerly vacant properties,” said Ammon. “In all our restoration projects, our goal is to maintain and preserve the history and aesthetic of these treasured properties, while providing  tenants with the most current technologies and comforts. ePropertyCare allows us to strike this balance, while also ensuring our properties are eco-friendly and reduce waste.”

ePropertyCare provides remote services for security, access control, video, water leak protection, temperature monitoring and more for large multi-dwelling units. The technology also facilitates contactless repairs and maintenance with smart locks, allowing property managers to create limited-use codes for contractors to perform “no contact” repairs.

Additionally, property managers can receive alerts if water leaks or temperature extremes are detected, thereby getting ahead of maintenance issues before damage occurs, better protecting the building and reducing time for repairs. This also allows units in the complex to be protected even if they are vacant.