Landmark Structures expertise in the construction industry has resulted in award-winning projects, satisfied clients, and successful team members.
New England Real Estate Journal – March 22, 2013
Focus: Veterans Housing
Project: Volunteers of America – 1323 Broadway, Somerville
Landmark Structures will work to build, restore, and retrofit the Massachusetts Bay Veterans Center (MBVC), a 15,000 s/f three-story brick building located at 1323 Broadway, into 22 transitional and 7 permanent housing units for homeless and at-risk veterans. The goal of the MBVC is to increase the availability of affordable alcohol- and drug-free housing for veterans in the Metro Boston region. For more information on VOA – 1323 Broadway click here to see the complete article in the NEREJ.
New England Real Estate Journal – October 21, 2011
Focus: Green Building
Project: Parkview Homes – Newton, MA
Parkview Homes LLC celebrated its grand opening introducing 10 new affordable deed-restricted, home-ownership units at 192 Lexington St. The $5 million development features eight 3-bedroom 2.5 bath duplex units and two single-family units. The development team is preparing its final submission to the U.S. Green Building Council and anticipates receiving a LEED rating. For more information on Parkview Homes click here to see the complete article in the NEREJ.
New England Real Estate Journal – May 27, 2011
Focus: Green Buildings
Project: Cabot Street Homes
Landmark Structures Corp. recently completed Massachusetts’ first Platinum LEED for Homes Low-rise Multi-family residence. The 32-unit project, located at 325 Cabot St., attained the highest possible level within the LEED rating system. For more information on Cabot Street Homes click here to see the complete article in the NEREJ.
New England Real Estate Journal – October 22, 2010
Focus: Green Buildings
Project: ZUMIX Engine 40 Firehouse
Landmark Structures Corp.’s conversion of the abandoned Engine Company 40 Firehouse the The ZUMIX Community Music Center has earned U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for new construction. For more information on ZUMIX click here to see the complete article in the NEREJ.
New England Real Estate Journal – February 19, 2010
Focus: Tenant Occupied Renovation
Project: Frankie O’Day Cooperative – Boston, MA
Landmark Structures is providing building envelope services for the Frankie O’Day Cooperative, 360-374 Columbus Ave., a group of brick row housing in the city’s South End. For more information on Frankie O’Day click here to see the complete article in the NEREJ.
Preservation Achievement Award
Boston Preservation Alliance
ZUMIX Engine 40 Firehouse
click here to go to the Boston Preservation website
Citation for Social Sustainability
Boston Society of Architects
Jamaica Plain Cohousing
Sierra Club Recognition
The Summer Street development recognized by the Sierra Club as one of "America's Best New Development Projects". Summer Street was one of twelve projects recognized throughout the country and the only project located in the Northeast. Please visit
www.sierraclub.org to view the Sierra' Club's report "Building Better - A Guide to America's Best New Development Projects".
Summer Street Condominiums
Certificate of Appreciation
Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation
Bowdoin Geneva II Housing Project
Winner of NESEA’s Northeast Green Building Award
Honorable Mention Places to Live
34 Linden Street
Preservation Award, Cambridge Historical Commission
71-73 Bolton Street Condominiums