Featured Projects

A Xyla in Hartland, VT

When Carol and Howard embarked on the journey to build a new home, they were already experienced in home construction, having built or renovated 4 homes and moved 14 times in their more than 60 years of marriage. With this experience under their belt, they were confident in their decision to have Unity build their final retirement home.

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A Värm in Newbury, NH

When the time came to design their retirement home, they had two goals: to create a healthy living environment, and to produce as much energy as they consume.

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A Tradd in Fitzwilliam, NH

Dana and Kathy had long been fans of Bensonwood, the company that gave rise to Unity. When the time came to plan a new lakefront home, they were pleased to see that Unity’s Tradd platform fit their needs perfectly.

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A Zum in Pelham, MA

After 25 years in their old farmhouse, Tony and Anne were ready for a change. They knew they wanted a home that was smaller and warmer, but they weren’t sure how to begin. Then they found Unity.

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A Värm in Easton, CT

A simpler life: this is what Amy and TJ were seeking when they began thinking about building a new home.

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A Xyla in Chebeague Island, Maine

Like many visitors to Chebeague, Susan became enchanted on her first visit to this beautiful island off the coast of Portland, Maine.

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A Nano in Greenfield, MA

As a nurse in Boston planning for her future, Janet envisioned living a simpler life with a smaller footprint. What she never envisioned, however, was that she would build that future herself - literally with her own two hands. But that’s what Janet did when she retired and became the general contractor for her Unity Nano.

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A Xyla in Guilford, VT

Like many Unity clients, Sandy and Mark came to us looking for a retirement home that would be high performance and net zero.

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Four Värms in Hanover, NH

When Dartmouth College needed new faculty housing built on a tight timeframe and to very high standards, Unity was a natural choice.

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A Zum in Walpole, NH

We like to say that we build each Unity Home twice: first virtually, and then actually. In the case of Unity’s Zūm-style show home, we “built” it four times: once virtually, once in our shop, once in Washington, D.C., and finally in Walpole.

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