Breeden Construction announces construction completion of Portsmouth, VA affordable housing community
Breeden Construction is proud to announce the completion of an affordable housing redevelopment project in Portsmouth, VA, Lexington Place. The project was completed for the developers, Pennrose and Portsmouth Redevelopment and Housing Authority; Breeden Construction served as the general contractor.
The $12.5 million project began in January 2020. The project was completed prior to the scheduled delivery date. Breeden Construction brought its long-standing development and operational expertise to the redevelopment of Lexington Place Apartments, considered to be an integral piece of the evolving Portsmouth, VA fabric.
Lexington Place is located off Frederick Boulevard. Phase 1 redevelopment included demolition and new construction of 72 residences as well as a new clubhouse and 1.4 acres of green space. The construction project meets EarthCraft and VHDA standards.
With offices in Richmond, Charlottesville and Virginia Beach, Breeden Construction is ranked by Multi-Housing News as one of the largest multifamily developers in the nation.
Breeden Construction has been providing general contracting services for our own portfolio for more than five decades. In that time, we have constructed over 15,000 multifamily units, over 2 million square feet of commercial, retail and mixed-use space, countless tenant improvements and up-fits, numerous residential subdivisions and 1,700 residential homes. In 2011, Breeden Construction opened services to third-party clients in need of its expertise in all phases of the design, building and development of multifamily, mixed-use communities, commercial office and retail properties and tenant up-fits. The vast capabilities of our company have made us one of the most dynamic firms of its kind in the country.