The Charles Hayes Building
This historic restoration of 57 units of housing has all the necessary amenities to service the new sophisticated urban client including a commercial restaurant, stores and the ground level, bicycle storage and exercise facilities. The Charles Hayes Building now has all the same look and glory as it did when it was first completed at the turn of the century.
The Charles Hayes building received the Urban Land Institute’s 2011 Jack Kemp Workforce Housing Models of Excellence Award, the Hayes has also received several other awards recognizing the innovative structure of the Hayes and the role this historic rehabilitation effort played in the larger community. In October, the Hayes received a Merit Award from Multifamily Executive magazine for “Best Adaptive Reuse”. In November, the Hayes was the recipient of the J. Timothy Anthony Award from the National Housing and Rehabilitation Association for the “Most Advanced Financial Structure”. Finally, Preservation Massachusetts has recently selected the Hayes to receive a Paul E. Tsongas Award, which celebrates role that developments like the Hayes play in revitalizing communities, spurring investment, creating jobs and enhancing the quality of life in communities.
Dellbrook is proud to have helped transform this important community asset into a thriving neighborhood within Haverhill, MA.
Architect: The Architectural Team
Owner: Planning Office of Urban Affairs
Location: Haverhill, MA