RODE In Brooklyn

RODE and Ferrara Brothers are planning to begin construction later this year on a new concrete production facility at 740 Third Avenue, located between 23rd and 24th streets in Sunset Park. The New York City Economic Development Corporation selected the Ferrara Brothers to utilize the 102,247-square-foot waterfront industrial site. The structure will also include 1,468 square feet of office space and a 3,373-square-foot “washout building.” To learn more about this project, head to the NYC Concrete Plant project page. Original article from New York Yimby

Big Plans for ‘Hidden Gem’ on Dorchester Waterfront

South Boston-based developer, City Point Capital, is hoping to tap into the potential of Dorchester’s Port Norfolk peninsula, with plans to build what would be the first significant commercial development this corner of the city has seen in years. City Point Capital is working with RODE Architects to develop and design a complex that would include an estimated 100 condos, a boutique hotel and restaurant, marina slips, and a home for the boat business, now run by Florida-based MarineMax. The precise sizes of the proposed buildings are still in flux. City Point Capital and RODE Architects still want to meet with community members before submitting formal plans to the Boston Planning & Developm

Good Design Sells

RODE designed Jamaica Plain condos sell within a month! Mangiacotti Design + Development wrapped construction of 48 Forbes Street in Jamaica Plain’s Hyde Square area earlier this year. The 2,561-square-foot modern townhouse, which features a 20-foot partial wall of glass and includes a two-car (heated) garage, is part of a three-unit development that RODE Architects designed. The 3-BR, 2.5-BA spread dropped in January for $1,295,000 through Arborview Realty. It just closed for $1,280,000. Original article can be found at Curbed Boston.

RODE Spotlight: Katie Cressall's Work With The Fairmount Corridor Visioning Team

The BSA Foundation assembled a team of designers to produce renderings and other visualizations to illustrate potential development along the Fairmount Indigo corridor as part of a project for the Boston Foundation. The work grew from the Boston Planning and Development Agency (formerly BRA) comprehensive planning study and other neighborhood documents already complete. RODE architect Katie Cressall joined the Fairmount Corridor Visioning Team to specifically address the Blue Hill Station. The process included engaging the community at the Design for Equity Panel at ABX, a charrette with CDC staff, and a community forum with neighbors in Dorchester, Mattapan, and Hyde Park. It presented a gr

RODE Leads Collaborative Redevelopment of 105 Washington Street

The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved plans to construct a new seven-story residential building and new buildings for Congregation Kadimah-Toras Moshe and the Daughters of Israel Mikvah at 101-105 Washington Street in Brighton. The firm is working with Brookline Development Corporation and the two congregations on a collaborative redevelopment of these under-utilized parcels, ensuring the longevity of two venerable neighborhood institutions while providing much-needed multi-family housing in one of Boston’s diverse and growing neighborhoods. Principal Eric Robinson sees this project as an exciting model for building in neighborhoods: "We can meet the demands for new housing, for bringing

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