Peter Bulkeley Terrace Phase 2, 115 Stow Street
Description: Peter Bulkeley Terrace was transformed from a congregate living facility into an apartment complex for seniors and the disabled. The project cost was roughly $6.7 million. Built in 1912, Peter Bulkeley Terrace served as administrative offices before being converted to a single-room occupancy space. The renovated building, designed by Abacus Architects, consists of 23 one-bedroom apartments and one studio apartment, each measuring 600 to 700 square feet. Four of these units are handicapped-accessible. The building includes air conditioning, laundry facilities, and open community spaces. Tenants pay 27 percent of their income toward rent, which includes heat and hot water but not electricity, and an activity program is available on-site.
Scope of Work: For this project Fenagh provided soil inspections (sieve/proctor), wood framing inspections, concrete testing, and more. Learn more about Fenagh’s services here.