Complete renovation of the second and third floors of the historic Colonial Theater Block in downtown Laconia provided nine new living spaces complete with a new three-stop elevator. While maintaining the historical relevance of the building, the renovated areas bring a touch of class and modernness to the 100+ year old space.
The Somerville Street Veteran’s Housing project is a three-story, wood-framed structure that includes twenty one-bedroom apartments and six two-bedroom apartments to serve the housing needs of Manchester-area war veterans. The building also includes a meeting room with a community kitchen and public restrooms. The use of Energy Star recommended practices and related materials and equipment was the standard in the construction of this building.
Located on a large parcel of secluded land in Moultonborough, New Hampshire, Pine Hill Farm commands a breathtaking view of Squam Lake. A historic family estate for many years, the property was purchased and carefully restored to its past splendor. The farm includes the main house, a tastefully restored guest cottage, a renovated barn and a lakeside bathhouse situated among pristine fields and forests.
The Meredith Bay Colony Club Retirement Community is an 85-unit senior housing development living facility managed by Senior Housing of New Hampshire. The facility provides all of the services and amenities you would expect from a luxury retirement community. Construction of the project included features such as underground parking, food service, libraries, landscaped grounds, heated pools and much more.
The beautiful Woodside Building, located at the Taylor Community's Laconia, New Hampshire well landscaped campus, has 57 independent living apartment suites ranging in size from 750 to 1,400 square feet. The facility offers many other amenities including fitness rooms, a therapy pool, a cafe, a library, a movie theater, craft rooms, conference rooms, a lounge and more.
Originally the carriage house and servant quarters of a local estate in Sugar Hill, NH, this home had been renovated over the years into a single-family home; however, the layout and size did not meet the needs of its new owners, and required extensive renovations and an addition. The new addition consisted of a kitchen, great room, mudroom, powder room and a two-car garage on the first floor. On the second floor was a bedroom with full bath, office and unfinished space over the garage. Renovations to the existing house included a new master bath, enlarging the master bedroom and a new sitting room. The existing kitchen was demolished and renovated into a day room and the existing garage became the new main entry and dining room.
The owners of this property tore down their existing home to build their dream vacation/retirement home on Newfound Lake. Challenges of working with a client that was nearly 300 miles away in New York were quickly overcome and decisions were made quickly to keep construction on pace. The owners' dream is now their reality, enjoying some well deserved time on the lake.