Yesterday, CHR celebrated the construction of Kesseler Woods with a groundbreaking ceremony yesterday. CHR was joined by Newton Mayor Setti Warren, Ward 8 Aldermen Cheryl Lappin and Rick Lipof, and Alderman at Large for Ward 7, Ruthanne Fuller. The Residences at Kesseler Woods will feature open concept floor plans, top-of-the-line finishes, and state-of-the-art smart technology. Boasting condominium scale residences and desirable amenities. The community will comprise 34 one-bedroom and 54 two-bedroom apartments. Mayor Warren commented that Kesseler Woods will provide much needed quality rental housing in the area.
CHR is also setting aside 20 acres of protected conservation land, and funding traffic flow and safety improvements for the Corey/Vine/LaGrange intersection. In honor of the groundbreaking, we donated $5,000 to two local charities - $2,500 to the Newton Schools Foundation, and $2,500 to Friends of Newton Tennis. A pretty great day in spite of the cloudy skies!
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Pictured (from left) Marc Levin, CHR Director of Development; Danyel Rodgers, CHR Executive Board; Cheryl Lappin, Newton Ward 8 Alderman; Lauren Zuker Siff, CHR Owner’s Representative; Ed Zuker, CHR Founder and CEO; Newton Mayor Setti Warren; Newton Ward 8 Alderman at Large Rick Lipof; and Ward 7 Alderman at Large Ruthanne Fuller.