preserving sense of place

HHC utilizes the philosophies of historic preservation, new urbanism, and smart-growth. The company’s principal, Ben Bergenholtz has been actively involved in historic preservation throughout New England since the 1990s. The company’s vetted and highly skilled team of historic preservation professionals, interior architects, and building tradesmen successfully accomplish highly specialized restorations and produce one-of-a-kind curated spaces through its design/build approach for its growing real estate portfolio as well as for individual clients. Properties include the following,

Captain Benjamin Flagg House, c.1717 - 136 Plantation Street, Worcester, MA

Captain Nathaniel Church House, c.1830 - 385 High Street, Bristol, RI

Weaver House, c.1845 - 41 Church Street, Bristol, RI

John Peckham House, c. 1850 - 14 Mt. Hope Avenue, Bristol, RI

William Richmond House, c.1806 - 126 Thames Street, Bristol, RI

Lindsey Double House, c. 1804 - 42 Bradford Street, Bristol, RI

David Augustus Leonard House, c. 1806 - 366 Hope Street, Bristol, RI

Gladding House & Store, c.1859 - 205/211 Thames Street, Bristol, RI

Four Follies Farm, c. 1724 - Four Corners, Tiverton, RI