NEI General Contracting wraps up Holmes Beverly: a 67,000 s/f transit-oriented mixed-use development
BEVERLY, MA—(September 20, 2018)– NEREJ
NEI General Contracting completed Holmes Beverly, a transit-oriented mixed-use development located adjacent to the Beverly Depot commuter rail station in the heart of downtown. Located at 112 Rantoul St. and developed by Barnat Development, the 67,000 s/f six-story new construction includes 67 residential rental units plus commercial space.
Holmes Beverly was completed almost two years to the day that Barnat Development was designated the developer of the site by the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA).
Offering a new type of rental product for the North Shore, Holmes Beverly has five floors of residential rental units, including 51 market-rate and 16 workforce housing units. The apartments range from studios to two-bedroom apartments offering views of both downtown and the waterfront. Located next to the Beverly Depot commuter rail station, residents have access to 70 reserved parking spaces in the commuter rail parking garage.
In addition to convenient access to the MBTA commuter rail, Holmes Beverly offers a myriad of luxury amenities and features for its residents. On the ground floor, residents enjoy a lobby featuring a fireplace, seating areas and a library as well as a telecommuting office for those working from home. A 5,000 s/f space has also been reserved for a future New England craft-style restaurant.
“We are thrilled to bring a new transit-oriented mixed-use building to downtown Beverly and hope the residents are happy in their new homes.” said Sarah Barnat, Founder and Owner of Barnat Development.
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The Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce has nominated Princeton’s own Lisa Alarcon as a Young Professional of the Year.
Lisa Alarcon, a Corporate Leasing Consultant at Princeton Properties, is often the first face for many new residents to Nashua, with many being new to the United States. She is outstanding in her role, and helps residents learn not just about Nashua, but about the simple differences that come with living in America – helping them adjust to a new life and learn everything from where to shop to how to use the electronics in their new home at Princeton Properties.
Lisa has been with Princeton Properties since 2014.
The Public Matters Program is a leadership initiative of The Lowell Plan. The mission of Public Matters is to foster and enhance the knowledge and skills of leaders in Lowell, MA.
Princeton Properties is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa Bettencourt to the 2017 Public Matters Program. Lisa Bettencourt is a 15 year veteran of Princeton Properties, currently positioned as the Assistant Property Manager at River Place Towers in downtown Lowell. Lisa is responsible for the 448 apartments at this community, she is also a recertification specialist who works to qualify new residents for occupancy and requalify existing residents for continued occupancy.
Lisa is a Certified Credit Compliance Specialist and a Housing Credit Certified Professional. Ms. Bettencourt, a Lowell resident, is a graduate of UMass Lowell with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She’s fluent in Portuguese and is proficient in Spanish.
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“Congratulations to Lisa Bettencourt on this exciting and challenging appointment!