Chelmsford, MA – Maugel Architects, Inc. of Harvard recently announced that Winstanley Enterprises of Concord selected the firm to design the Grist Mill Apartments located in Chelmsford. Nestled on 5.5 acres, the four-story, 70-unit apartment development off Cushing Place is conveniently located downtown, offering close proximity to restaurants, shops, and town amenities.
Maugel worked closely with Winstanley and Princeton Properties to design a mix of unit sizes appropriately scaled to the neighborhood.
Other team members include Howard Stein Hudson for civil engineering, BLW Engineers for MEP/FP, and TFMoran for structural engineering.
To complement the historical context of the community, the building features a mansard roof and traditional detailing in cornice mouldings, window trim, and dormers. A mix of underground and surface parking was also designed to provide ample parking for 138 vehicles.
Some of the many amenities offered at Grist Mill are access to public parking along the Bruce Freeman bike trail, a brook path, a pocket park, and a bike storage and bike repair center.