SALTONSTALL BUILDING – SENIOR HOUSING CONDITION REPORT – MEDFORD HOUSING AUTHORITY –MEDFORD, MA

SALTONSTALL BUILDING – SENIOR HOUSING CONDITION REPORT – MEDFORD HOUSING AUTHORITY –MEDFORD, MA

Sorensen Partners was the lead architectural consultant for Medford Housing Authority in 2020 preparing a comprehensive property condition report for the 200-unit 11-story Saltonstall Building, located at 121 Riverside Avenue, Medford, MA. Sorensen Partners worked with sub-consultants CHA Companies Inc. (cost estimator) and BLW Engineers 

Affordable Housing Rehabilitation for Codman Square NDC – Boston, MA

Affordable Housing Rehabilitation for Codman Square NDC – Boston, MA

Sorensen Partners is Architect for the $11M rehabilitation of fifty-nine units of affordable housing in the Dorchester and Mattapan neighborhoods of Boston, MA for CSNDC (Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation).  The Walando Homes development includes six masonry structures dating from the late nineteenth century and the 

Boston Housing Authority – Commonwealth Development Door Repair & Replacement – Boston, MA

Boston Housing Authority – Commonwealth Development Door Repair & Replacement – Boston, MA

Sorensen Partners is Architect for the replacement and repair of exterior and interior doors and door frames, hardware, and lintels at Boston Housing Authority‘s Commonwealth Development in Boston, MA. Sorensen Partners managed the professional team of Structural Engineer Consulting Structural Engineer; Electrical Engineer BLW Engineers; 

Sunburst House – Sustainable Design – White Mountains, NH

Sunburst House – Sustainable Design – White Mountains, NH

Sorensen Partners’ Sunburst House is a 960 square-foot home in the White Mountains used as a primary residence and studio/guest house. The eighty-foot long structure is united under a single stress-skin panel roof and is clad in Corten steel and red cedar planks. A polished 

Condition Needs Assessment, Utility Analysis, and Reserve Analysis for MassHousing

Condition Needs Assessment, Utility Analysis, and Reserve Analysis for MassHousing

Sorensen Partners is Architectural and Utility Analyst to MassHousing, providing Condition Needs Assessments (CNA) and Utility Analyses for large multifamily properties undergoing consideration for rehabilitation financing from the housing finance agency. Our CNA and Utility Analysis work includes a detailed narrative report and photographic documentation 

Student Housing Conversion/Renovation Design for Wellesley College – Wellesley, MA

Student Housing Conversion/Renovation Design for Wellesley College – Wellesley, MA

Sorensen Partners was student housing Architect for Wellesley College in addressing planning and feasibility aspects of the College’s 2025 Capital Plan. We produced a concept-phase planning study (including site, accessibility, and furniture plans) for conversion and renovation and/or comprehensive renovation of two floors (6,800 SF) of 

Yale University Housing Porches & Stairs Preservation & Reconstruction – New Haven, CT

Yale University Housing Porches & Stairs Preservation & Reconstruction – New Haven, CT

Sorensen Partners provided preservation and reconstruction design for Yale University for two 1920s wooden porches and stairs for graduate student housing. Turned wooden porch posts and roofs surviving nearly 100 years were preserved while stairs and balustrades were rebuilt in kind based on a single 

Pond Road Residence Addition & Preservation for Wellesley College – Wellesley, MA

Pond Road Residence Addition & Preservation for Wellesley College – Wellesley, MA

A contextual Ell addition to a National Register 1732 timber frame thru-hall colonial home with 1930’s additions enhances livability and flexibility of the restored structure. Comfort, sociability, tradition, style, and accessibility considerations drive the restoration and addition to this landmark home on the Wellesley campus. 

Kelly Cullen Community Housing Historic Rehabilitation

Kelly Cullen Community Housing Historic Rehabilitation

The Kelly Cullen Community is a residential development housed in the restored 1909 YMCA Hotel at 220 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco. The existing residential units were altered and restored into 174 units of permanent affordable housing (230 sf units with kitchenettes and full bathrooms)