The project, which features 20 garden-style and townhome buildings, was built for repeat client Mandel Group. “We are happy to have completed our second project with our partner, Mandel Group,” shared Scott Hoppa, Senior Vice President at McShane. “Hackney House is a beautiful development that offers luxury living in the highly rated community of Oconomowoc, so it was an honor to work with Mandel to bring this project to life.”
The 34.45-acre site incorporates 18 two-story garden-style buildings and two three-story townhome buildings. Inspired by the “mews house” concept, the community exudes a modern farmhouse aesthetic, offering intimate courtyards to facilitate use of the large site and resident interaction.
Designed to meet National Green Building Standard (NGBS) certification, sustainable materials such as board and batten siding, stone masonry, and native plants were used in the buildings and landscaping.
The amenities include a 4,000-square-foot clubhouse with a fitness center and gourmet kitchen, an outdoor pool with a Baja lounge shelf, and an outdoor kitchen featuring a grill and patio dining. Additional amenities include off-leash dog parks, a pet spa, an event lawn, a natural playground, and a car wash. The development also incorporates 11 detached garages.
Units are offered in one- to three-bedroom floor plans with generous closet space, private entries, and in-unit washers and dryers. High-end finishes include quartz countertops, designer cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and wood-looking vinyl plank flooring.
The development was funded in part through HUD 221(d)(4) financing. As a well-versed HUD contractor, McShane was able to use their experience to ensure the process moved smoothly.
BSB Design served as the architect for Hackney House Apartments.