DeIulis Brothers has extensive experience in the specialized field of multi-family housing construction. Projects range from the difficult work of converting a former library building in the city of Lynn, Massachusetts into eight residential condominiums while maintaining the building’s existing footprint to the challenge of the Thompson House at Riverbank Center in Danvers, Massachusetts which required, among other things, six fully wheelchair accessible units. DeIulis Brothers’ commitment to the highest standards of craftsmanship has cemented its reputation as the preeminent construction company in the multi-family housing construction field.
A list of additional multi-family housing projects is below.
Additional Multi-Family Housing Projects
- The Essex House Condominium, Salem (1989) – new construction of 42 units of housing on five levels with underground parking
- Commons of Lynn Condominium, Lynn (1988) – new construction of 55 units on five levels with underground parking
- Church Court Condominium, Salem (1987) – new construction of 16 units on four levels. An affiliate of DeIulis Brothers developed this project.
- Grason Landing Condominium, Lynn (1987) – new construction of 35 units, including renovations to existing masonry building and new construction of two additional buildings
- Farrell Court Family Housing, Salem (1987) – new construction of 12 units of family housing for the Salem Housing Authority
- Lewis House Condominium, Lynn (1985) – new construction of 40 units on three levels. An affiliate of DeIulis Brothers developed this project.
- Central Plaza Condominium, Salem (1981) – new construction of a 5 level, 50 unit mixed use condominium with underground parking. This project was the first significant construction of housing in downtown Salem and started a major trend of housing in and around the downtown. An affiliate of DeIulis Brothers developed this project.
- Restoration of 1805 Custom House, Salem (1977) – This project was developed by an affiliate of DeIulis Brothers and consisted of 13 units of housing and 4 street level commercial spaces. This project was notable for being the first housing built in downtown Salem.