People today know they can be environmentally conscious without sacrificing the amenities of luxury living. With its many projects that have delivered on this notion, Abrams devotes considerable energy to the cause of preserving some of the region's most historically meaningful structures in the form of aesthetically pleasing residential and commercial properties.
Foxborough, Mass. (Vocus) September 22, 2009
Chestnut Green Apartments, part of the new mixed-use residential property at the former site of Foxborough State Hospital, is the latest creation of a joint venture between Abrams Properties, LLC, and VinCo Properties, Inc. Several properties in Massachusetts bear the mark of Abrams Properties' principal, Matthew Abrams, and his focus on the adaptive reuse of historic structures as vibrant residential and commercial communities. Abrams Properties' achievements in such efforts, for instance, include the Worcester, Mass.-based Fremont Lofts, winner of BUILDER Magazine's ''National Award for Loft Conversion.''
"Abrams Properties prides itself on converting historical sites to modern, environmentally sustainable spaces for commercial and residential use," said Matthew Abrams, formerly the founding partner of the The Abrams Group, LLC. "People today know they can be environmentally conscious without sacrificing the amenities of luxury living. With its many projects that have delivered on this notion, Abrams devotes considerable energy to the cause of preserving some of the region's most historically meaningful structures in the form of aesthetically pleasing residential and commercial properties."
The latest example from Abrams Properties of the successful, adaptive reuse of a historical structure, the residential property at Chestnut Green Apartments joins a canon of innovative living and commercial spaces created in Massachusetts under Matthew Abrams' leadership. Along with the 97 condominiums at The Fremont Lofts, these include:
- The Atlantic at Marina Bay, a 108-unit condominium conversion in Quincy
- G-Lofts, a collection of 15 rental condominiums and first floor retail in Lawrence
- 170 Common Street, 30,000 square feet of office and retail space, also in Lawrence
- 305 Dutton Street, 160,000 square feet of apartments in Lowell
- 70 Industrial Avenue, 44,000 square feet of office R&D, also in Lowell
- 82-84 E. Brookline Street, a collection of condominiums in Boston
- 846 E. Fifth Street, a condominium rehabilitation located in Boston, as well
Fifty-five one- and two-bedroom luxury apartments comprise Chestnut Green Apartments, located in the heart of the new mixed-use Chestnut Green community. A key aspect of the Foxborough apartments at Chestnut Green is the luxury condo living evident there. Nurturing this ambiance is a full restoration of the Greek revival architecture that characterizes the buildings formerly home to Foxborough State Hospital. Brick exteriors complement interiors replete with ceilings ranging in height from 10 to 20 feet. Many units feature floor-to-ceiling windows, and large bedrooms include walk-in closets, terrazzo stone floors and brick fireplaces.
A short drive to Boston or Providence, Chestnut Green features easy access to the region's major thruways and is just nine minutes from the MBTA commuter rail. The 93-acre Chestnut Green complex features office space, open-air retail, single-family homes and condominiums, as well as 40 acres of recreational fields including basketball courts, a softball diamond, soccer fields, jogging trails, a children's playground and a sand volleyball court. The suburban community offers the nearby Shops at Chestnut Green, which offer a Stop & Shop Supermarket, Dunkin' Donuts, Walgreens, Reliable Dry Cleaners and much more.
Units are available for $1,150 to $2,900 a month, with limited time pre-leasing specials, including one to two months free rent as well as reduced application fees and security deposits on select units. Chestnut Green Applications are available online (chestnutgreenapts.com). For information on Foxborough apartment viewings and more, prospective tenants and other interested parties may call 1-877-298-APTS.
About Abrams Properties, LLC
Abrams Properties, LLC was founded in 2007 by Matthew Abrams, a founding partner of The Abrams Group, LLC. Abrams Properties is a diverse real estate investment and development company with a focus on the adaptive re-use of historic structures into vibrant residential and commercial communities. The company seeks to create sustainable in-fill developments in urban settings with high barriers to entry and or strong potential for gentrification. Whether converting an historic shoe factory into luxury condominiums or acquiring a partially-leased office building, Abrams Properties implements a hands-on yet sophisticated approach to all their projects to create exciting and unique space at attractive prices to the competition. For more information, please visit http://www.abrams-properties.com .
About Chestnut Green
Chestnut Green Apartments are a part of Chestnut Green, an adaptive re-use development of the former Foxborough State Hospital site into a mixed-use community consisting of retail, commercial, and residential housing units. A strong team of industry leaders stands behind the Chestnut Green development, located approximately one-half mile north of downtown Foxborough, Mass. This development team is led by master developer Vince O'Neill of VinCo Properties, Inc. VinCo Properties has developed ''The Shops'' and ''The Offices'' in partnership with Matthew Abrams of Abrams Properties, LLC developing 15 townhomes - ''The Carriage House Flats'' - and 55 apartments. On the perimeter of the property, single-family homes are being developed by Michael Intoccia of Intoccia Construction Company and Douglas King of Douglas A. King Builders, Inc. King is also developing 60 town homes. For more information, please visit http://www.chestnutgreen.com .
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