W ith baby boomers entering retirement and land values nearing an all-time high, planned residential communities in New England are red hot. Whether you are looking to tap into the lucrative senior market or maximize your available land by building high-density housing geared toward young professionals and families, creating stunning public spaces that will appeal to residents can make the difference between so-so occupancy and a sold-out status. That’s where HPA Design comes in.
We have the resources to design every facet of a community if you’d like – the public spaces and the residences – or you may opt to have HPA Design focus on the community buildings.
When you consider the most successful planned residential communities in our region, it becomes clear that simply setting aside a nondescript room as a gathering spot will not suffice. Expected amenities can include fitness facilities, tennis and world-class golf courses with upscale clubhouses, multiple restaurants, shopping, and professional services such as hairdressers and doctors.
Maximize your investment with meticulously-designed spaces that are certain to attract residents. Please contact us with any questions or to arrange a consultation.
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In collaboration with you, we create architectural solutions that respond to your place in the world and enrich the activities of your life.
Programming is a time for information gathering, a chance for us to listen, ask questions, and understand...
Sketching the Vision
Once you’ve decided what to build, design begins with a series of rough sketches. Known as schematic...
Refining the Design
Next, your architect will prepare more detailed floor plans, elevations, and cross-sections to illustrate...
Preparing the drawings
Your architect will now set down on paper all the decisions made to this point. Working drawings, also...
When it’s time to hire a contractor, your architect is an essential ally. Typically, you will ask two...
Realizing Your Project
Your architect’s involvement typically doesn’t end with construction documents. He or she will act as...