Redbrook, the A.D. Makepeace Company’s new village in south
Plymouth, took home five awards from the prestigious Prism Awards recognizing
achievement in building and design.
The awards, given out annually by the Builders and
Remodelers Association of Greater Boston, “recognize the finest projects and
outstanding achievements” in the region’s homebuilding industry. Awards were
presented at a ceremony in Boston on October 9.
“We are gratified at the recognition we have received from
our peers in the industry,” said Michael P. Hogan, president and CEO of the
A.D. Makepeace Company. “Redbrook is a
unique community, and I was delighted to receive the award for ‘best land
Redbrook received the gold award in that category. In addition, the new community won gold
awards for best detached home under 2,500 square feet, best showroom or sales
center (for the Meeting House), and best website, and a silver award for best
attached home under 1,800 square feet.
The first two neighborhoods at Redbrook are nearing
completion, and construction has begun on a third. When complete, Redbrook will feature a dozen
or more distinct neighborhoods, all connected to a village center by a network
of walking trails designed by the Appalachian Mountain Club and hundreds of
acres of shared open space. A total of
nearly 2,000 acres of land will be protected as part of the development.
The award-winning website can be found at
The A.D. Makepeace Company, located in Wareham, is the world’s
largest cranberry grower, the largest private property owner in eastern
a recognized leader in environmentally responsible land development and