Greenstaxx & Triumph Modular Form Strategic Partnership

GreenStaxx, Triumph Modular Form Strategic Partnership to Build Student Housing

Technology, vertical integration may pave way for modular acceptance

While many in the construction industry are well aware of the potential benefits of modular – reduced construction times, superior quality control, and potentially significant cost savings, those with experience building with modular also recognize the real and perceived limitations that keep modular from gaining wider acceptance. Although some...

GreenStaxx Featured in GB&D

GreenStaxx, and our parent company Oaktree Development have spent decades focused on designing green buildings, in urban settings, with a focus on community. We are excited to announce GSX is featured in GB&D, the leading source for professionals on sustainabilty. 

Gwen Noyes Awarded Banker & Tradesman Women of FIRE Award

Recognizing Achievement and Celebrating Success, B&T honors women in the finance, insurance and real estate sectors for the 2017 Women of FIRE awards. These women have shown substantial success in their field, they have demonstrated a commitment to professional and personal growth, and their work has enriched or advanced their field of...

Austin St, Newton Project Expected to Break Ground in Spring

We are happy to announce the mixed-use, affordable housing project in Newtonville expects to break ground at 28 Austin St. in the spring of 2018.

Construction In Focus

GSX is featured in Construction in Focus Magazine: "In the residential construction business the variables of quality, cost and time are often at odds, with one or another almost inevitably sacrificed. But according to Arthur Klipfel, founder, president and CEO of Oaktree Development it doesn’t have to be that way and there is, in fact, a...

MFE Project of the Year Award - Brookside Square

We are proud to announce that our project at Brookside Square, in Concord, MA has won the MFE 2016 Project of the Year Award in the Low-Rise Category. 

Buildings for the 21st Century

The Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs chose Cambridge Co-Housing, located on Richdale Ave, for their Photo Calendar for the year 2000. It was selected as a representative of how the Department of Energy was instrumental in providing design, technical or financial assistance to its stakeholders and customers.


30 Haven St, Reading, MA is the Winner of the Jack Kemp - Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards!

Austin St. project offers hope for smart growth advocates

Article by Amy Dain, Newton-Needham Regional Chamber of Commerce: "Smart growth is all about building in ways and places that reduce impact on our environment. This includes developing around existing transportation nodes and near schools, near workplaces and near stores, while providing diverse types of housing to meet the needs of diverse...