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Multi-Unit Residential Buildings in Brookline MA
Nov 2, 2022
Design: Kripper Studio
Location: Brookline, Massachusetts, USA
photo © 41-43 Stearns Road (right) and 45 Stearns Road (left) bring sensitive contemporary architecture and amenities to a Brookline neighborhood.
Multi-Unit Residential Buildings, Massachusetts
ADCO Realty has engaged Kripper Studio for the construction of two new Multi-Unit Residential Buildings in Brookline, Massachusetts to be known as 41-43 Stearns Road and 45 Stearns Road.
41–43 Stearns Road and 45 Stearns Road will be two, multi-unit residential buildings evolving from what was originally conceived as one building on one lot. The opportunity arose to merge the original lot with its adjacency and expand the number of units and overall scope of the project. The project now includes the construction of two buildings connected by a sub-grade parking garage with eight spaces and storage units.
41-43 Stearns Road will include two townhomes, each with a private elevator from the parking level to the ground, second and third floors.
45 Stearns Road will include an entire first floor unit and a duplex above served by a private elevator from the parking level to all floors in the unit.
The buildings are currently under construction with anticipated completion and occupancy in Spring 2023. This project represents the second engagement for Kripper Studio with this major developer. ADCO Realty previously engaged Kripper Studio to restore, renovate and re-imagine an historic Victorian-style residence in Brookline and turn it into a contemporary and elegant duplex.
“ADCO Realty is enthusiastic about working with Kripper Studio in the development of the Stearns Road multi-unit property,” explains Dan Adelson, Managing Director of ADCO Realty. ”We look forward to the completion of this visionary and innovated project.”
“We are extremely pleased to work again with ADCO Realty to design new multi-unit residential in Brookline,” explains Amir Kripper, Founding Principal of Kripper Studio. “This new development will be a great example of building craftsmanship and timeless design.”
The brand new buildings will include contemporary luxury materials, finishes and fixtures. All units will include spacious master suites complete with master baths with spa design details, walk-in-closets, and sitting areas. Modern interior staircases will reflect the open-concept of the living space layouts, which are often features of architect-designed private residences. The scope of the new construction also includes decks for individual units.
The exterior of the buildings will be treated with an elegant, modern facade-paneling system that complements the historic shingle cladding of the surrounding neighborhood.
Kripper Studio tapped Landworks Studio to incorporate a landscape design to engage the surrounding neighborhood to the front, while providing privacy at the rear. Using native plants and open benches, the buildings evoke an open and inviting atmosphere sensitive to the sloping terrain of the site.
About ADCO Realty
ADCO Realty specializes in the construction of high end multiple unit residences with a focus on historic restoration work. In 2019, ADCO was awarded the preservation award from the City of Cambridge in recognition of restoration work completed at 11-13 Hilliard Street in Harvard Square. ADCO is influenced by both traditional architecture and modern design to transform residences into stunning properties that anyone would be proud to live in.
Over the years, ADCO Realty has built a reputation for integrity and discipline of the highest standard. From the early planning stages to breaking ground and construction, the team at ADCO Realty manages each project with an unparalleled commitment to superior quality and a steadfast pursuit of excellence. Please visit www.adcorealty.com for more information.
About Kripper Studio
Kripper Studio is an architecture and design firm dedicated to creating community, stewarding natural and cultural resources, and improving personal wellness through its crafting of space. Using the vocabulary of modernist architecture as a guide, Kripper Studio’s diverse residential and commercial projects express respect for local conditions, to heighten users’ appreciation of landscape and neighborhood. The firm consistently advocates for environmental-performance strategies that add value to clients’ investment.
Kripper Studio realizes these principles thanks to a collaborative approach. Its project teams consider initial input and subsequent feedback from clients, consultants, future occupants, and local stakeholders as vital drivers of design. They combine this research with rigorous exploration of precedent to present stakeholders with multiple alternative solutions, around which consensus forms. Kripper Studio also expedites the transformation of ideas into reality by prioritizing constructability as a criterion of good design. Members of the firm believe that site conditions, budgets, schedules, and regulatory frameworks can foster innovative solutions, rather than impede them. Please visit www.kripperstudio.com for more information.
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Location: 523 Washington Street, Brookline, Massachusetts, USA
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