Current Projects

Sykes Mountain Avenue

White River Junction, Vermont

Sykes Mountain Avenue - Twin Pines HousingTwin Pines Housing Trust is planning to build a new, 30-unit rental complex on Sykes Mountain Avenue in White River Junction, VT. The project will include a 30-unit apartment building with parking underneath, community gardens, and open space on the 6-acre site. A second phase of 12 townhouse-style apartments is also being considered.

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The Briars

White River Junction, Vermont

Briars Renovations Twin Pines Housing White River Junction Vermont

The two 1980s-era buildings on Bugbee Street known as The Briars are undergoing a $2 million renovation. The long overdue interior and exterior improvements to these 24 apartments will include the installation of energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) along with new windows, siding, and insulation. This investment will improve the appearance of the buildings, make them more comfortable, and reduce operating costs for residents and Twin Pines alike. Interior improvements will include new flooring, cabinetry, and other updates where they are most needed. The project is scheduled for completion in May 2017.

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Tracy Street

West Lebanon, New Hampshire

60-Main-Street-Twin-Pines-Housing-Above-700-550This new 29-unit mixed-income, mixed-use project will offer 1- and 2-bedroom apartments for all ages, incomes, and physical abilities to create a diverse and vibrant downtown community. The location is walkable to shopping, services, and Advance Transit bus service. The Kilton Library is just across Tracy Street.

  • 25 units for households at 50 and 60% of AMI
  • 2 units for households at 80% of AMI
  • 2 units at Market Rate

Construction could begin in April 2018 and would take 12 to 14 months. The project is estimated to cost $6.9 million.

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Hartford Scattered Sites

Hartford, Vermont

Hartford Vermont Scattered Sites Renovations - Twin Pines Housing

Restoring 35 apartments at 5 locations scattered throughout Hartford, VT – that’s the Hartford Scattered Sites Project. Two of the locations on South Main Street will both have new buildings and the three other locations will undergo major renovations through Spring 2017. The result will be some very attractive, low maintenance, and energy-efficient housing for our residents.

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