Current Projects

Long Meadow Commons

New London, NH

Long Meadow Commons will include 60 units of workforce housing on a seven-acre site behind the Hannaford shopping center in New London. The project comes as the result of a local citizens group reaching out to Twin Pines to seek solutions to New London’s workforce housing needs. The 60 units will be divided into four buildings of 15 units (each has 10 1BR units and 5 2BR units). Twin Pines has received preliminary approval from the New London Planning Board and will be presenting again to the Board on April 4.

Long Meadow Commons is geared towards workforce residents whose income is between 60% and 80% of area median income. The site is in walking distance to groceries, health care, major employers, library, and other retail.

For more information on the project, click here for Frequently Asked Questions.

747 Hartford Avenue

White River Junction, VT

Twin Pines plans to build an 18-unit apartment building, on a parcel of the St. Paul’s Church property. Preliminary plans call for the building to have three-stories with a pitched roof and with all apartments having a single bedroom. The building will provide permanent housing for its residents, who will receive case management services from the Haven in addition to services provided by Twin Pines’ staff. It will help meet the need for permanent housing with supportive services from those who have experienced long-term homelessness.

Riverwalk Apartments

White River Junction, VT

Riverwalk Apartments marks a collaboration between Twin Pines Housing and a for-profit developer. The turn-key development project will include 42 units of housing at the corner of Maple Street (Route 4) and Prospect Street in White River Junction. Construction has begun at the site with initial grubbing and installation of construction fencing and pedestrian controls. Final construction should be completed in the spring of 2024.

Mellishwood Senior Housing

Woodstock, VT

Twin Pines acquired Mellishwood in November 2022. This 26-unit senior housing property on Pleasant Street in Woodstock, VT, contains four buildings – two historic structures facing Pleasant Street and two additional buildings, developed in the 1970’s, in the rear of the property.

Twin Pines has started the redevelopment process and reviewed some preliminary ideas with architects and civil engineers. A full renovation of the property should begin sometime in 2024.

Mountainvale Community Housing

White River Junction, VT

The Mountainvale Community Housing project involves the conversion of the Fairfield Inn in White River near the I-89/91 interchange. Twin Pines will renovate the building by combing existing hotel rooms to create 40 one-bedroom and studio units. This relatively modest renovation will allow Twin Pines to quickly add permanent housing units to the marketplace. A percentage of units will be targeted to households who have been or are at risk of homelessness, and four units will be reserved for Veterans (the V.A. Hospital is across the street). Renovations should begin in the spring of 2023.