Callahan Construction Begins Construction of New Residential Development in Waltham

Broadstone Watch City

Waltham, MA– Callahan Construction Managers is announced that they have begun construction on Broadstone Watch City in Waltham, MA. The project will feature 195 units on levels 2-6 with 49 units designated for affordable housing.

The project is owned by Alliance Residential Company in partnership with The Carlyle Group, and is being designed by CUBE 3 Studio. Callahan also recently completed The Cove in Hingham, MA in partnership with Alliance Residential Company and CUBE 3.

The 348,936 square-foot development will include 3 levels of post tensioned concrete with 5 levels of wood framing above. Currently, site utilities have been installed, with excavation, backfill and waterproofing ongoing. The building will also include 293 parking spaces, an outdoor pool in the courtyard, lobby, resident lounges, conference room, offices, fitness studio, and a viewing room.

“The project design is a nod to the industrial history of the immediate area, the building includes brick and weathered “Corten” steel siding and an innovative interior design that references the clock and watch industry that Waltham is famous for,” said Luke Beck, Project Lead at CUBE 3.  “In addition to expected luxury amenities, the project includes a dedicated commuter lounge, spa-like courtyard area, and integrated bike storage and pet grooming.”

“Callahan is proud to be a part of this vibrant project,” said Patrick Callahan, President at Callahan Construction Managers. “This is the second project we are building with Alliance and CUBE 3 and we are excited to be able to continue to create a solid partnership and produce another top-quality development.”

“Alliance is thrilled to once again be teamed up with Callahan Construction on this exciting redevelopment,” said Michael Boujoulian, Managing Director of Alliance Residential’s New England division.  “This team has a proven track record of solving complex challenges to provide innovative, first-class housing options in Greater Boston.”