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Nauset Begins  New Wing for Nashua Crossings Sr.Living

Nauset Begins New Wing for Nashua Crossings Sr.Living

| December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Nashua, NH, – Nauset Construction has begun construction for a new memory care wing at the Nashua Crossings senior living community for Wellesley, Mass-based Benchmark Senior Living. The 14,675sf  one-story addition will provide 20 new rooms specifically designed to care for seniors with memory impairment issues such as Alzheimer’s and dementia and will be comprised […]

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Nauset Begins Restoration on Quincy City Hall

Nauset Begins Restoration on Quincy City Hall

| October 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

Quincy, Mass – Mayor Thomas Koch and Nauset Construction officially kicked-off the historic restoration of the City’s 169-year-old City Hall, believed to be the oldest functioning city hall in America, in a brief ceremony on Tuesday afternoon.

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Repurposing History:  Rewards and Realities by Anthony Papantonis

Repurposing History: Rewards and Realities by Anthony Papantonis

| October 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

With its rich architectural history, Boston and its surrounding communities are home to a vast array of buildings that are well-suited to be re-developed while preserving their historical significance. Beginning with early examples of well-known structures like Boston City Hall’s conversion into restaurant and office space in 1969 and Faneuil Hall’s transformation into a popular tourist/retail destination in 1970, there is an extensive list of outdated buildings that have been adapted for new purposes. Lesser known but historically significant buildings also populate the list, such as the 1874 Henry Willis Building at 175 Purchase St. in the Financial District which Nauset Construction recently converted into the new Brazilian Consulate for owner 175 Purchase Street LLC, an affiliate of Core Investments Inc. The building is expected to be approved by the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. Obsolete mills, factories, and schools with less historical significance but structurally sound have also been re-purposed as office, industrial, retail and multi-family properties throughout New England.

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