A great place to live. A classic way of life.
Come home to a connected, community-focused neighborhood that hearkens back to a simpler era – and looks ahead to a sustainable future.
Emerson Green is a new, vibrant residential neighborhood located in the village of Devens, Massachusetts. Developed by NOW Communities and Union Studio, the neighborhood’s tree-lined streets, parks and welcoming front porches beckon you outdoors, recalling the era of friendly, cohesive neighborhoods and a simpler, mindful way of living. Emerson Green’s 124 single-family homes, duplexes, and multi-family apartments are sustainably constructed, energy efficient, and intentionally compact.
The best of both worlds.
Our philosophy combines a traditional perspective on mindfulness with the best aspects of a 21st-century lifestyle. Our homes are built using responsibly sourced materials with an eye towards energy efficiency – but they never sacrifice comfort. We prioritize quality craftsmanship and solid interior and exterior construction, resulting in unique, welcoming homes residents will be proud to call their own.
The slideshow below shows phases of development at Emerson Green. Starting with Phase 1.
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A convenient – and scenic – location.
Located at the crossroads of Greater Boston and Central Massachusetts, the village of Devens encompasses parts of Shirley, Ayer, and Harvard. In addition to the region’s extensive cultural, professional, and educational offerings, Emerson Green residents also benefit from the stunning natural beauty of Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge just steps from their front door. Learn more about Devens and the surrounding area.
Discover – or rediscover – a simpler way of life through high-quality, comfortable homes in a friendly, inclusive community that’s exceptionally livable and surprisingly affordable. Contact us to schedule a visit and start a new chapter at Emerson Green.
Emerson Green at a Glance
124 energy-efficient homes of varying sizes
School-age children may attend Harvard Public Schools
Pedestrian-friendly streets are largely unbroken by driveways
Convenient access to MBTA Commuter Rail, Route 2, Route 495, and I-190.
First homes scheduled for completion in early 2016