7.20.2017
Project News

Callahan, A.W Perry and Boston Andes Capital Break Ground In Hingham, MA

Callahan Construction Managers (Callahan), a Bridgewater-based full-service construction management firm, in partnership with Boston and Hingham-based A.W. Perry, a relationship-driven real estate investment and services firm and  joint venture partner Boston Andes Capital, LLC (BAC) recently commemorated the groundbreaking of Hingham’s newest waterfront condominium community, Brio.

 

Located at 10 Shipyard Drive in Hingham, MA at the Hingham Shipyard, Brio will feature 77 high-end one- and two-bedroom condominiums overlooking the marina, as well as 160 indoor and outdoor parking spaces for residents. The property is conveniently located adjacent to a variety of restaurants and retail offerings, in addition to the MBTA commuter boat and bus.

 

“A.W. Perry has a long history of developing successful real estate projects in Hingham, and we look forward to continuing that legacy with Brio.” said Bob Maloney, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Acquisitions for A.W. Perry.  “We are pleased to partner with Callahan in the construction of this vibrant waterfront property in a community known for a variety of options for entertainment, shopping and dining. This is going to be a great project for us and for the town of Hingham. ”

 

The four-story, 160,000 sq. ft. Brio will breathe new life into the previously unoccupied northwest corner of the Hingham Shipyard. Designed by architects ART & BH+A with project management by c3, a premier commercial construction consulting firm, Brio is slated to become an ideal destination for those looking to enjoy the luxury of living on the water with the convenience of direct access into Boston.

 

“With our previous experience in the construction of properties in the Hingham Shipyard, we’re thrilled to partner with A.W. Perry and BAC in delivering a high-end residential component to this thriving community,” said Patrick Callahan, President of Callahan Construction Managers. “This project stands to revive a previously underutilized site and expand access to the waterfront.”