Just one mile west of the South End resides one of Bostons latest green living developments, Urbanica E-Homes. Urbanica Inc., a Boston- based design/development firm, is teaming up with MERGE architects in the construction and design of this brand new, energy efficient development in Fort Hill at the corner of Highland and Dorr Streets. Owners at Urbanica E-Homes can enjoy living in healthy indoor air quality, reduce their carbon footprint, and more importantly reduce their monthly electric bill. Completion of construction, expected early summer, will result in seven family size, sustainable townhouses.
The seven units will range in size from 1,702 to 1,982 +/- square feet with three bedrooms, two full and one half bathroom. Additionally, each unit comes with a secured basement storage space and one deeded parking space (additional spaces available for purchase). All prices available upon request.
The form and orientation of Urbanica E-Homes serve to maximize natural daylight and solar gain for this photovoltaic array generating green energy on-site. Green and sustainable features of Urbanica E-Homes include solar photovoltaic panels (for purchase or lease), double insulated walls and air tight construction, high performance triple pane windows, heat recovery ventilation, efficient ductless mini split air conditioning system, energy star appliances, and low flow plumbing.
Fort Hill is one of Bostons last hidden gem neighborhoods where green living is prevalent among new buildings. Located conveniently at 74 Highland Street/ 1-11 Dorr Street one can enjoy the comforts of an abundance of living space just a few minutes from downtown. Each unit is equipped with a patio and rear balcony terrace overlooking the backyard and three of which have a roof deck overlooking beautiful views of Boston. These spacious new homes will have easy access to I-90, I-93, Route 9, Route 28, and Massachusetts Avenue.
Urbanica, Inc. has been the leading developer of green construction homes and is known for its outstanding design-oriented development and value-added projects. Their development portfolio includes E+ Homes: 226-232 Highland also in Fort Hill completed in the spring of 2013.
The award winning architectural firm MERGE architects designed the development and each of the units are exclusively listed by Brian Perry of Gibson Sothebys International Realty.
For more information visit: www.urbanica-ehomes.com