Mt. pleasant revitalization

Multi-Family Residential
Renovation

Providence, RI
2009

In response to the national foreclosure crisis, HUD created the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) to encourage the re-development of foreclosed and abandoned homes for affordable housing.

With the support of Federal and local investment, D+P and Truthbox Inc. partnered on the conversion of nine (9) units of vacant, abandoned housing in Providence’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood into a model of environmentally sustainable, green rehabilitation.

By utilizing carefully selected materials and placing the greatest emphasis on achieving a tight, well insulated envelope, all these properties have achieved an Energy Star rating. This delivers reduced building operating expenses and greatly increases the long term affordability for the residents.

The first building was completed in Summer of 2011 and master leased to the House of Hope CDC for a transitional housing program serving formerly homeless men. The rest of the homes are leased to tenants earning less than 50% AMI.


 
 
North Main Street /  2014 Mixed Use Development New Construction 

North Main Street /  2014

Mixed Use Development
New Construction 

Battey Street / 2013  2-Family Residential New Construction

Battey Street / 2013 

2-Family Residential
New Construction

Bayley Street Lofts / 2005 Multi-Family Residential Mill Rehab 

Bayley Street Lofts / 2005

Multi-Family Residential
Mill Rehab 

Monohasset Mills / 2002 Multi-Family Residential Mill Rehab

Monohasset Mills / 2002

Multi-Family Residential
Mill Rehab

Garden City Housing / 2014 Multi-Family Residential Renovation & New Construction

Garden City Housing / 2014

Multi-Family Residential
Renovation & New Construction

Hanoian / 2012 Single-Family Residential New Construction

Hanoian / 2012

Single-Family Residential
New Construction

Chasin Residence / 2008 Single-Family Residential New Construction 

Chasin Residence / 2008

Single-Family Residential
New Construction 

Hubbard Residence / 2004 Single-Family Residential Renovation 

Hubbard Residence / 2004

Single-Family Residential
Renovation 

32 Southwick / 2002 Single-Family Residential Renovation

32 Southwick / 2002

Single-Family Residential
Renovation

E + Housing / 2013  Mixed Use Development New Construction

E + Housing / 2013 

Mixed Use Development
New Construction

Box Office / 2010 Commercial New Construction 

Box Office / 2010

Commercial
New Construction 

1 Sims Avenue / 2006 Commercial Renovation 

1 Sims Avenue / 2006

Commercial
Renovation 

Wagner Residence / 2002  Single-Family Residential New Construction

Wagner Residence / 2002 

Single-Family Residential
New Construction