CAMBRIDGE, MA - Hanover Company announced its latest LEED certified residential apartment building, Hanover Alewife, located just 5 miles from downtown Boston and within walking distance of the Red Line Alewife Station and just blocks away from Whole Foods Market.
The luxury Cambridge residence is currently leasing one, two, and three-bedroom homes, which are enhanced with frameless cabinetry, gourmet kitchens with stainless appliances and spacious kitchen islands, and spa-inspired bathrooms with soaking tubs.
Hanover Alewife offers generous community amenities, including an iLounge with iTouch stations, 24/Hr Fitness center with tablet-integrated cardio machines & ballet bar, resort-style pool courtyard.
Hanover representative Ryan Fontaine says, “We are proud to achieve another LEED certification for one of our properties and to be able to bring energy and money saving amenities to our residents at Alewife. It’s just another step towards our commitment to bringing the best in energy efficiency and responsible living and beautiful design to our residents. We strive to provide the latest and most innovative technology, while being mindful of conservation and the environment.”
Hanover Alewife is an LEED Certified community and features amongst its many energy saving accomplishments: Use of volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) whenever possible; Very high Walk & Bike Score promoting pedestrian traffic; Low-flow water fixtures; Drought resistant landscaping and drip irrigation systems; Programmable fresh air intake fans in every unit; High efficiency ENERGY STAR appliances; Smoke-free environment; and Other green friendly operating initiatives.
Hanover Company, located in Houston, Texas, stands among the most active private real estate companies in the United States, specializing in the development of high quality multi-family residential properties across the nation. To date, Hanover’s portfolio totals more than 52,000 units across the country and over $10.5 billion in project costs.
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