County Road Apartments, New London, NH

Twin Pines is excited to move forward on a proposed 60-unit rental housing project in New London, NH. The project would be built on a seven-acre site, zoned for multi-family housing, behind the Hannaford shopping center and near the New London Hospital. The site is on public water and sewer and walkable to local retail and the hospital.

This project comes as the result of a local citizen’s group reaching out to Twin Pines seeking solutions to New London’s workforce housing needs. Twin Pines is in the process of securing funding for the project and beginning local permitting, which involves initial work with architects and engineers on site design. In September, Twin Pines presented a conceptual site plan to the New London Planning Board, which was received positively. Additionally, Twin Pines is committed to participating in community conversations in New London to describe the project, answer questions, and receive citizen input.

The 60-apartment development will include forty (40) one-bedroom and twenty (20) two-bedroom apartments geared toward individuals making between 60% and 80% of Area Median Income. The proposed project would be comprised of four buildings, each with ten 1-BR apartments and five 2-BR apartments. The development will also include a community building for residents and a leasing office for TPH staff.

We will be adding initial plans and images for the project as available. For more information on the project, click here for Frequently Asked Questions.

747 Hartford Avenue, White River Junction, VT

Twin Pines will develop 18 one-bedroom apartments for adults who have experienced homelessness on a parcel of land at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Residents of the new Twin Pines building will have access to enhanced case management services provided by The Haven. These services can include linking residents to primary care and mental health services, as well as other services currently provided by the Haven on its campus next door to St. Paul’s. The goal of those services is to help residents of the new housing remain healthy, housed and integrated into the community. This model is the same one used successfully by Twin Pines and the Haven in their Parkhurst project that opened in Lebanon three years ago (described below).  

Twin Pines will be removing the Rectory at the rear of the property, which was constructed in the 1920’s. Due to funding that Twin Pines is using for the project, we have been working with the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation to assess the building. The Historic Preservation staff has determined that it is not a historically significant building, due to the degree of alterations that have taken place over the years. 

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Safford Commons, Woodstock, VT

Construction of four new homeownership units at Safford Commons in Woodstock, VT, is now complete.  The mix of two and three-bedroom units include open-plan kitchen, dining and living area, laundry room, and front-entry porch with storage. The units are permanently affordable.
Two units have sold, and applications are still being received and reviewed for qualified buyers for the other two. Qualified buyers can purchase the home, and Twin Pines offers down payment assistance grants that are perpetually tied to the property. This keeps the property affordable for generations to come.