By Michele Lerner November 12, 2020 at 5:30 a.m. EST Modo, a new apartment building at 3701 New Hampshire Ave. NW in the District, is the first in the city to be built using modular construction. In September, 44 custom-designed modular boxes were shipped from Pennsylvania and installed with a crane to create 16 of
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The construction underway at the former Sweet Mango site in Petworth is a lot more groundbreaking than originally proposed. Community Three and Rooney Properties are working on what may be DC's first multifamily project to use modular construction methods. Located at 3701 New Hampshire Avenue NW (map), Modo will deliver 17 three-bedroom units above 3,000
By Jamie Bufalino March 7, 2019 A groundbreaking ceremony for the 37-unit affordable housing complex to be built at 531 Montauk Highway in Amagansett will likely take place next month, said Catherine Casey, the executive director of the East Hampton Housing Authority on Monday. But before the festivities can begin, the housing authority and its
On September 9, 2019, the Housing Development Corporation of Bergen County (HDC), the non-profit development arm of the Housing Authority of Bergen County (HABC) hosted a Ribbon Cutting event at the Saddle Brook Senior Housing Development. The Ribbon Cutting included elected officials, government offices, local businesses, community leaders and non-profit colleagues that celebrated the opening
Modular Mobilization Coalition Enables Delivery of First Multifamily Modular Construction Project in Petworth Area of Washington, D.C.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Modular Mobilization Coalition (MMC) recently announced the delivery of the first multifamily modular construction project in the Petworth area of Washington, D.C. The Petworth Modo project consists of 44 modular units that will be stacked into a five-story building containing 16 apartments. The building is anticipated to be
Greenfield, MA According to Delphi Construction, Inc. vice president, Joe Mastromatteo, they have completed Leyden Woods, a $50 million affordable housing development for its client, The Community Builders. The modular construction project consisted of 200 units in 49 buildings comprising 8 courts. Design was provided by Davis Sq. Architects of Somerville with modular manufacturing from