Student housing in Carver underway

A planned student housing development in Carver is underway.

Gilbane announced in January it would break ground in March. The project, a mixture of historic tax credit rehab and new construction, will add 196,000 square feet and 406 bedrooms to the neighborhood.

The original plans called for an extra story and 28 more units but the community protested the scale of the project. John Keagan, a vice president at the company, told BizSense in February he though comprimise had been acheived on the development.

Keagan said the work right now was largely infrastructure and demolition.

The building will be ready for resident by the 2013 school year.

 

A planned student housing development in Carver is underway.

Gilbane announced in January it would break ground in March. The project, a mixture of historic tax credit rehab and new construction, will add 196,000 square feet and 406 bedrooms to the neighborhood.

The original plans called for an extra story and 28 more units but the community protested the scale of the project. John Keagan, a vice president at the company, told BizSense in February he though comprimise had been acheived on the development.

Keagan said the work right now was largely infrastructure and demolition.

The building will be ready for resident by the 2013 school year.

 

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