DJSA Architecture selected to design 80-apartment complex on site of former Weymouth retirement home

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DJSA Architecture selected to design 80-apartment complex on site of former Weymouth retirement home

Posted on March 18, 2022

DJSA Architecture PC, a full-service architectural firm specializing in commercial and corporate design, was recently selected by multidisciplinary property investment firm Sawyer Realty Partners for an adaptive reuse project at 125 Broad Street, Weymouth, the site of the former Colonial Adult Day Health Care Center.

The existing three-story, 77,000 square foot building, built in 1963, is currently being redesigned by DJSA Architecture PC to be transformed into an 80-unit apartment complex, complete with an outdoor courtyard, amenity space and ample parking.

DJSA assembled a team to assist with pre-construction and construction management, including Vital Structures, LLC of Bridgewater as structural engineer and Crocker Design Group, LLC of Hingham as surveyor and guide authorization. Drohan Tocchio & Morgan PC of Hingham is the law firm responsible for the project.

Jessica Rosenberg, principal of Sawyer Realty Partners, explained that this is her company’s first major adaptive reuse development, with grand opening scheduled for later this spring and construction of the project completed and ready to be leased over the course of the year. Q4 2023. “We’ve had a phenomenal experience with DJSA due to their attention to detail and ownership mentality, even as a third-party contractor,” she said. engaged on several other projects – both adaptive reuse and new construction – and we look forward to working with them in the future.”

Dennis Swart, President of DJSA Architecture PC, said, “We are delighted to be working with Sawyer Realty Partners on this exciting project, which will transform an almost 60-year-old building into a modern and attractive apartment complex. We are proud that Sawyer has entrusted us and our design partners with this important adaptive use undertaking.


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