Senate Construction starts Phase II at Boynton Meadows

August 14, 2014 - Front Section
Senate Construction Corporation, one of the leading commercial construction companies in Mass., has started the second phase of construction at Boynton Meadows.
The phase II will include 15 townhouses, ranging between 2,000 and 2,500 s/f of space with additional walkout and basement space. The project is expected to be completed in November. Maugel Architects uniquely designed this mixed-use project and buildings and incorporated the colonial architecture of the community while including modern features of the today's architecture. The project, which is financed by Bank of New England, is developed by Mount Laurel Development LLC.
"The residential real estate market is bouncing back and gathering momentum," said Bob France, president of Senate Construction. "We are very excited to start the phase II of the Boynton Meadows project."
The first phase of the project, which is located on Main St., includes mixed-use office and retail on the first floor and is occupied by a yoga studio, bakery and a dental office.
Senate Construction guided the permit process through the Historic Districts Commission, the Groton Design Review Committee, the Conservation Commission and the Planning Board to receive zoning approval for 18 dwelling units. The project includes restoring a historic, colonial structure, as well as adding retail space and constructing 15 townhouse units overlooking the picturesque Gibbet Hill.
Founded in 1990, Senate Construction is one of the leading commercial construction companies in Mass. Senate Construction's distinctive general contracting and pre-construction consulting services set it apart from its competition. Senate Construction's excellence in general contracting and construction management are complimented by the company's experience in project development and design-build. Senate Construction has successfully provided its clients, located both in the New England area as well as outside the region, a broad spectrum of complete construction services.

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