Packard Street Housing

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Davis Square Architects is currently working with Metro West CD on the Packard Street Housing development, which will create 40 new units of affordable rental housing located on the former Hudson police station site. Plans include one 31-unit community apartment building and three small-scale buildings, each with three townhomes. The development will provide a range of one- to three-bedroom apartments, and be affordable to a variety of household incomes.

 The community building is designed to meet Passive House standards, the townhomes will meet LEED Homes v4, and the utilities in every building will be electric.

 The development is a neighborhood-scaled project that balances housing with a variety of usable open spaces, common spaces and amenities, including a large community room, bicycle racks, a shared patio, and parking.