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777 Main Street Hartford, CT

285 apartments (including 59 affordable units) 6 retail shops, full floor of resident amenities including gym, club room and library, and 250 car parking garage. Certified historic rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of mid-century modern Hartford National Bank & Trust Company originally designed by Welton Beckett in 1967.

$80 Million

400,000 square feet

FHA insured 221d4 conventional mortgage, Connecticut Department of Housing, Capital Region Development Authority, Federal and State Historic Tax Credits, Low Emission Renewable Energy Credits, Federal Energy Investment Tax Credits, CT Energy Efficiency Grants, CT Green Buildings Tax Credit

Construction completed Fall 2015

Developer, planner and architect

Historic rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of Hartford's iconic 26-story office tower into a sustainable, mixed-use, transit-oriented development. Aligns city and state economic development initiatives to create housing near downtown amenities, transit and employment centers; reverse sprawling development patterns and add 24/7 vitality to Connecticut's capital city.

LEED Platinum certified and 45% more energy efficient than code requirements. 100 kW solar array and 400 kW renewable fuel cell power to provide electric, heat, and hot water to building; electric car charging stations; smart metering with energy and water tracking for residents; recycled and local construction materials and finishes; high-performance envelope with industry-leading thermal insulation technology; energy recovery system; high-efficiency water-source heat pumps.

Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) 2015 Blue Ribbon Award; NAHMA 2016 Vanguard Award for Major Rehab of a Non-housing Structure into Affordable Rental Housing