E3 is co-developer of this $25 million project that will redevelop an historic jewelry manufacturing building in downtown Attleboro as mixed-income rental housing, with 59 units of affordable and workforce housing. The project is expected to break ground in 2021.
The City of Somerville selected E3 to redevelop a 13,000 s.f. city-owned parcel of land in East Somerville. The project will create 16 units of highly sustainable affordable and workforce rental housing as well as new, publicly accessible open space to serve the local community.
E3 is partnering with a local non-profit to redevelop this key site in New Bedford's historic downtown. The project combines the preservation of the historic Moby Dick Building with new construction to create 46 new mixed-income apartments and ground-floor retail.
E3 provides consulting services to Leggat McCall Properties on the Bunker Hill Housing redevelopment, which will transform Boston's largest public housing project into a mixed-income community with 2,700 new apartments.
As development consultant to the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, E3 supported the closing of the 184-unit Elliot Twins project, MPHA’s first transaction under the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program.
E3 worked with the Belmont Housing Authority to study of a range of redevelopment options for the Sherman Gardens Apartments property, an 80-unit state-funded senior public housing development originally built in 1971.
E3 works with Community Land Trusts in Boston’s Chinatown and Somerville to support these organization’s efforts to promote neighborhood stabilization by creating more affordable housing in their communities.
E3 partnered with the Town of Hudson to assess the feasibility of developing affordable housing on town property, assist with public engagement and securing local support, and manage the developer selection process.
E3 supported Dudley Neighbors, Inc., a nationally recognized community land trust, on the planning and implementation of a developer selection process for key site in Upham's Corner, as part of a new Arts and Innovation District.