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Established 1978
Website DHK Architects
Phone Number 6172676408

DHK Architects is an award winning, mid-size architecture and planning firm based in Boston, with branch offices in New York City and San Juan, PR. DHK has specialized in multi-family housing, public transportation and government agency facilities since its inception in 1978. 


DHK's current portfolio includes housing projects valued at well in excess of $500M, and transportation / operations facilities valued at more than $3B. DHK's completed projects are located throughout New England, New York and the Mid-Atlantic States, the Mid-West, Texas, and Puerto Rico.


24 Drydock
- Jan 18, 2020

City Selects The Cronin Group as Developer for 24 Drydock After an RFP went out this past summer, the city has now selected Cronin Development to work on the 24 Drydock project in The Seaport. Cronin's proposal for the 32,324 square foot site calls for a 122,562 square foot building to include space for the current tenant Boston Ship Repair plus additional industrial space and a ground-floor restaurant. Cronin would also move their offices to the top floor of the property.  Once the project receives further approvals construction is expected to last 24 months.    

Four Corners Plaza
- Oct 18, 2019

NPC Approved for Four Corners Plaza A project change has been approved for the upcoming Four Corners Plaza development along Bowdoin Street in Dorchester. The change allows for the reduction of 4,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space to create 4 additional residential units. Four Corners Plaza will now include 35 residential units, all designated affordable.

780 American Legion Highway
- Sep 10, 2019

780 American Legion Highway Under Review The proposed mixed-use project at 780 American Legion Highway in Roslindale is now under review. The project would include two new buildings: a behavioral and clinical health facility with 22 units of supported housing for youths who are aging out of the Commonwealth’s foster care system, and 93 housing units. The housing units would be a mix of workforce rental units, and owner-occupied townhouse condominium units. When complete, the overall development will provide a new state of the art replacement offices for the Home for Little Wanderers as well as expanded clinical facilities for the Dimock Street Neighborhood Health Center. Plans call for the project to be built in phases over three to four years. The mixed-use clinical facility and affordable residences would be constructed first followed by relocating the existing HFLW building into the new clinical facility and the demolition and construction of the 93 new multi-family units. 

Four Corners Plaza
- Aug 09, 2019

NPC Filed for Four Corners Plaza in Dorchester CSNDC has filed a notice of project change for their upcoming Four Corners Plaza project in Dorchester. The NPC requests approval to reduce the retail space in the project to 4,000 square feet and create 4 additional affordable units. Original plans called for 31 affordable homes, all reserved for household earning at or below 60% AMI. 

9 Williams Street
- Feb 09, 2018

Historic Dudley Square building restored into 30 mixed-income residences A historic building located in Roxbury's Dudley Square originally home to a buggy manufacturing company has been restored and renovated into 30 mixed-income apartment residences, bringing increased residential presence to the growing neighborhood. The building features 21 affordable apartments and nine market-rate apartments, as well as 7,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. The historic building, originally built in 1915 and most recently home to the Tropical Foods grocery store, has been outfitted with new, energy-efficient utilities, as well as the latest quality finishes.“We’re thrilled to provide new affordable and energy efficient rental homes for a wide variety of families and individuals drawn to Dudley Square,” said Jeanne Pinado, Chief Executive Officer of project developer Madison Park Development Corporation (MPDC), in a prepared statement. “The apartments feature huge windows with lots of natural light, high ceilings, hardwood floors, bike storage and community space. This investment will continue to spur economic activity while addressing the need for more quality affordable housing in Boston.” Financing partners for 9 Williams Street include MassDevelopment, The State's MassWorks and Brownsfields grant programs, Eastern Bank, Red Stone Equity Partners, TD Bank and MassHousing.

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