Mascoli Manor 885 North Main Street, Waterbury, CT
Mascoli Manor is an affordable rental apartment development on a previously overgrown vacant lot in the north end of Waterbury within the NEWPAC neighborhood. The project consist of ten townhouse style, two- and three-story, 3-bedroom units totaling 14,017 sq. ft. and averaging 1,252 sq. ft. per unit. Each apartment has its own ground level access and landscaped entry area in addition to individual rear patios. The apartments are equipped with high-efficiency gas, hot water, and modern windows and insulation techniques that will ensure maximum energy efficiency for each family. The design is in keeping with other structures in the area or as any historic or archival photographs may suggest.
Off street parking on asphalt surfacing is provided and complimented by architect-designed landscaping, including lawn areas, shrubbery, and trees, as well as unobtrusive site illumination. Additionally, the site contains a .17 acre open greenspace for family residents to enjoy.
Adams Street Redevelopment Project Waterbury, CT
Adams Street currently consist of 4 vacant lots and 3 lots with vacant multi-family structures.
The Adams Street Redevelopment Project consist of six newly constructed, two-family, owner-occupied, sustainable, architecturally designed homes of a modern aesthetic, utilizing renewable energy systems (i.e. geothermal for heating and cooling and photovoltaics for electricity) that will minimize the maintenance and annual utility cost for the homeowner, in turn increasing their financial capacity.
The average annual utility burden for a homeowner in Waterbury, CT is $2,220.00. A homeowner (and tenant) of an Adams Street home can expect to save 61% to 138% on utility cost annually – truly redefining the definition of affordable housing. In addition, there will be major infrastructure improvements such as lighting, sidewalks, bio-filters, rain gardens, and a pocket park. The pocket park will occupy a .13 acre site to meet a variety of needs for Adams Street and Crownbrook residents and the adjacent church (Refuge Church of Christ) such as outdoor event space, space for relaxing, playing or meeting with family and friends for outdoor activities, a community garden and a water feature. Programming and design of the park is a result of meetings with the Crownbrook neighborhood and the Refuge Church of Christ.
54 Summer Street Waterbury, CT
- Year Built: 1890
- Square feet: 1,696
- Acres: 0.07
2-1/2 story single family home located in the Crownbrook neighborhood. The home features architectural elements from the colonial period such as stone foundations, double and 4 over 4 single hung windows, and interior wooden details such as Doric columns. The home will undergo renovation this summer. It will consist of a master bedroom w/ bathroom, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, sunroom, and rear patio.
933 Cooke Street Waterbury, CT
- Year Built: 1900
- Square feet: 1,943
- Acres: 0.18
2-family, owner-occupied home located in the Boulevard neighborhood. This home will undergo renovation this summer. Each unit will consist of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living room, kitchen and dining area, front porch and rear patio.
975 North Main Street Waterbury, CT
- Year Built: 1900
- Square feet: 3,515
- Acres: 0.18
This 3-family home is located in the NEWPAC neighborhood across from Jonathan Reed Elementary School. This home features various architectural elements such as the bay windows and ornamental features around the porch entries. The home will be renovated this summer.