2451 Washington Street

New Construction Affordable Condos


Size

28,920 sf

Location

Roxbury, MA

Project type

Residential

Client

Madision Park Development Corporation

Cost

$7.2 million

Completion Date

2020

Project Overview

DREAM Collaborative is providing full design services for a new four-story, 16-unit condominium development at 2451 Washington Street for Madison Park Development Corporation. Currently under construction, the project creates new homeownership units in Roxbury, including a number of units at moderate or below-market rate prices.

The unit types include 1, 2, and 3-bedrooms ranging from 730 to 1,289 square feet. The building’s first floor will include a lobby, maintenance office, electrical and mechanical rooms, and a community room. The project includes sheltered parking at the first floor and additional surface parking on the property.

2451 Washington Street is located within a quarter mile of Dudley Station and a short walk to the MBTA Orange Line. It is the sister project of 75-81 Dudley and both will bring job and home ownership opportunities for the community, contributing to the continued revitalization of the Dudley Square neighborhood.

Key Features

  • Downtown revitalization & visioning
  • Urban and brownfields redevelopment
  • Multi-family affordable housing
  • Parking structure
  • Transit-oriented

Architecture

Full Architectural Services

Soup to nuts:  from programming to project close-out.
A MESSAGE FROM DREAM

Moving Forward in the Age of COVID-19

During these times of extraordinary disruption, DREAM Collaborative remains steadfast in our belief that architecture should work toward the Greater Good. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, lines have been blurred and we’re seeing opportunities all around us to reimagine the way we live, work, and organize our society and our spaces. We are honored to play a part in the transition toward a renewed society that prioritizes well-being, equity, and innovation.

As partners, we’re bringing our curiosity and the diversity of our perspectives to conversations about how design and development will need to evolve in a post-COVID world. We’re convening panel discussions and reaching out to other minority and women-owned businesses to brainstorm solutions to the unique and compounded challenges we face. Most importantly, we’re committed to providing the highest level of service and support to our valued clients and partners in the community, who we know are also being pushed to the limits of their resources and ingenuity in order to thrive in this historic moment.