These projects represent other development projects executed by the principal of Centergreen.
McNamara House, Boston This 80-unit elderly and handicapped housing program was developed under the HUD 202/8 program. Included in the program is an elderly nutritional site. The campus includes both rehabilitation of a convent and new construction.
St. Helena’s House, Boston St. Helena’s House provides housing to very needy and frail elders as well as to many de-institutionalized patients. A nine-room transitional housing unit was created for this purpose. The 74-unit rehab is a model site for the provision of services to elders and handicapped persons in an independent environment.
West End Place, Boston Jerry led the Archdiocese team through the design and planning stages of this new construction development, which was a joint venture with Keen Development Corporation. The building includes 183 units of new housing as well as commercial space, with a landscaped courtyard. The design was honored by the New England AIA.
Constitution Cooperative, Boston This project consisted of rehabilitating an old school and building a new addition. An archaeological survey was performed on this site before construction began for 120 units of elderly housing. The Constitution Coop is another cooperatively-owned site co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Boston and Cooperative Services, Inc. of Detroit, MI.
Paul Revere Condo/Cooperative, Boston The conversion of the historic Paul Revere School has served as a model for more recent mixed-income developments. The privately financed rehabilitation created 24 units of family housing – 13 units were sold as market-rate condominiums, and the rest are owned by a limited equity cooperative that serves low and moderate families.
Polcari Playground, Boston This neighborhood playground in Boston’s North End was developed over three years as a community project. The residents offered input about the park’s development and design. This was developed as part of the overall community process and was funded by various City of Boston and private sources.
Siena Village, Watertown This site owned by the Dominican Sisters exemplifies the possible creative reuse of Church-owned properties. Redevelopment of an abandoned boarding school created 59 market-rate condominiums, a day care center, a retirement community for religious women, and a 25 unit elderly housing development.
Mt. Carmel Elderly Housing, Worcester Mt. Carmel’s 75 units of elderly and handicapped housing were developed under the HUD 202/8 program. This was developed in association with the Diocese of Worcester and was the first project of its type within the Diocese.
Archdiocesan Center Masterplan, Boston This masterplan for the Archdiocese looked at developing housing along with a new central high school and grammar school. Conference space for future Archdiocesan needs was also included.
Friendly Garden Cooperative, Revere This development offers a unique housing opportunity. The 100-unit building, designed for the elderly and handicapped, is owned and operated by its residents. Friendly Garden was co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Boston and Cooperative Services, Inc. (Detroit, MI).
Town of Saugus, Saugus, MA Project Executive responsible for directing the design and construction process of $20 million in new public buildings, including a Senior Center, Library, Police and Fire Building and renovations to the historic Town Hall.
GE Capital, Various Locations Program Manager for GE Capital, on-call services in New England. Completed residential capital needs studies for two multi-unit facilities in New Hampshire.
New England Patriots Stadium, South Boston, MA Program manager for the New England Patriots’ effort to build a new Stadium in Boston, MA. Developed and managed the team responsible for producing site studies, reports, and conceptual design and budgets for the effort. U.S. Department of Navy, Groton, CT Project Manager for $200 million design and construction coordination effort at the submarine base in New London, Connecticut. Responsible for coordination of the Bovis Lend Lease effort, including constructability reviews, design coordination and Total Quality Management Program.
Chiltonville Hills, Plymouth, MA Development manager for a 6000 acre land use development in Plymouth, MA. comprising a mixed-use development of residential, office, and resort uses. Responsible for team selection and project coordination. Management Information Systems, Various Locations Program Manager for the Fort Devens project, which entailed the development of a project management information system to track early leads and construction activities for MassDevelopment, a quasi-public agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.