Pine Woods

Stockbridge, MA

Pine Woods Affordable Housing was developed for Construct Inc, southern Berkshire County’s flagship housing and homeless service organization.

The collaboration with the town of Stockbridge, the Stockbridge Land Trust and the Stockbridge Housing Authority created a “friendly 40-B” permitting process.

Located on West Stockbridge Road, the project includes fourteen buildings and a community center, clustered on three acres. Permanent conservation restrictions protect the remaining 16 acres including road frontage on Rt. 102 and land stretching along Larrywaug Brook to the Housatonic River.

Pine Woods is the first multi-family affordable housing project in southern Berkshire County to receive the Energy Star certification.

CDC Role

 
Development Consultant

Unit Profile

30 Energy Star apartments
One, two, three, and four bedroom units; three ADA units
25 affordable units (Low Income Housing Tax Credit)
Five market-rate units
Community meeting house
Community garden

Development Cost

$6.9 million

Collaborators

Construct, Inc, Town of Stockbridge, Stockbridge Land Trust, Stockbridge Housing Authority

Owner, Management

Architect

Clark and Green, Great Barrington, MA

Contractor

Tierney Construction, Pittsfield, MA

Status

Completed 2006

Award

“Smart Growth” award presented by Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA)

Pine Woods

Stockbridge, MA

Pine Woods Affordable Housing was developed for Construct Inc, southern Berkshire County’s flagship housing and homeless service organization.

The collaboration with the town of Stockbridge, the Stockbridge Land Trust and the Stockbridge Housing Authority created a “friendly 40-B” permitting process.

Located on West Stockbridge Road, the project includes fourteen buildings and a community center, clustered on three acres. Permanent conservation restrictions protect the remaining 16 acres including road frontage on Rt. 102 and land stretching along Larrywaug Brook to the Housatonic River.

Pine Woods is the first multi-family affordable housing project in southern Berkshire County to receive the Energy Star certification.

CDC Role

Development Consultant

Unit Profile

30 Energy Star apartments
One, two, three, and four bedroom units; three ADA units
25 affordable units (Low Income Housing Tax Credit)
Five market-rate units
Community meeting house
Community garden

Development Cost

$6.9 million

Collaborators

Construct, Inc, Town of Stockbridge, Stockbridge Land Trust, Stockbridge Housing Authority

Owner, Management

Construct, Inc

Architect

Clark and Green, Great Barrington, MA

Contractor

Tierney Construction, Pittsfield, MA

Status

Completed 2006

Award

“Smart Growth” award presented by Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA)