Church to be converted into condos

August 11, 2010

Milford, Mass.-based Consigli Construction and The Architectural Team of Chelsea, Mass., are overseeing the conversion of the former St. Aidan’s Church in Brookline, Mass., into affordable and market-rate units, as well as the construction of a below-grade parking garage. The existing church building will be adapted for nine luxury units. Fourteen market-rate units will be built in two new townhouse buildings, with seven three-bedroom duplexes above seven one-bedroom flats. A new multifamily building will include 20 lower-income rental units and 16 moderate-income condos.

The Building Team has begun site and concrete work for the garage and will soon begin renovations to create the high-end condos inside the church, as well as restore the exterior masonry.

         
 

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