Residences at Harvard Commons
The Residences at Harvard Commons is a new community of single-family homeowners in a beautiful Dorchester subdivision. This $20 million project has already brought 45 units of affordable housing to the area, which lies on a portion of the former Boston State Hospital site. The next phase of the project will bring an additional 28 custom quality, market rate homes along with a full-featured community center, gym, and child-care facility for residents.
Morning Star Baptist Church
This 30,000 square foot church includes a sanctuary that seats 950 people, in addition to administrative offices, classrooms, conference spaces, and a large fellowship hall. The sturdy palette of masonry, glass and metal panels is a testament to the long-term commitment the Morning Star Congregation has made to this special site on Blue Hill Avenue.
This seven story, vertical storage facility was built to house museum quality articles and other priceless objects in a state-of-the-art structure with a revolving carousel feature which changes the location of each vault’s contents on a daily basis, thus ensuring the facility’s impregnability.
Boston Police Department Headquarters
A joint venture between Cruz and Suffolk Construction, this cutting-edge law enforcement facility houses 76,000 square feet of office and laboratory space for advanced public safety and investigation capabilities. Many functions formerly located around the city are now centralized within the headquarters, including public service, emergency communications, crime and ballistic lab and prisoner processing facilities.
Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center
A joint venture between Cruz and Suffolk Construction, the Reggie Lewis Center is the jewel of the Roxbury Community College campus, enjoyed by countless athletes, youth and families. The major features of this 123,000 square foot facility include a 3,000-seat field house, a 200-meter, 6-lane fixed bank track, 8- lane sprint tracks and 2 long/triple jump runways. Located at the corner of Dudley and Tremont Streets, the center provides track and field athletes with a state-of-the-art indoor facility for practice and competition.
The Biscayne View project won the “Pillar of the Industry“ award by the National Multifamily Housing Council for the “Best High Rise Apartments.” Biscayne View is a 30-story, mixed-use project consisting of a 357-unit apartment tower with a 105-unit apartment and townhouse low-rise building. The project is designed around an open courtyard, with commercial area on the ground level fronting on the Ninth Street Pedestrian Mall.
Council Tower is a 17-story, 147-unit high-rise building. The project was the largest contract for elderly housing ever awarded to a minority general contractor in New England. Council Tower gives low-income residents the opportunity to live in safe, high-quality housing in Roxbury.