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November 08, 2017 in CCYP News

CCYP Announces Winners of House Design Contest

As part of our promise to advocate for the needs of young professionals on Cape Cod, CCYP—in partnership with Cape Cod & Islands Association of REALTORS® —created a design contest for home designs specific to the needs of young professionals on Cape Cod. 

Participating designers submitted new prototypes of housing that was affordable, desirable and unique to our region.

This contest provides an opportunity for architects and designers to showcase their skills. The winning designs are intended to be built many times across Cape Cod with credit given to the contributing party or firm, providing for great exposure. 

Not enough of the Cape's homebuilding industry addresses or creates housing that's affordable and attractive to year round resident living and working on Cape Cod. 

The results of this contest will help move the needle towards housing options that are appealing and unique to Cape Cod communities.

Congratulations to the winners below!

1 Alison Alessi A3 Architects Ccyp 1 Bdrm 500 Sqft
1 Bedroom / ADU Category

A3 Architects

We are pleased to submit this contract for architectural services to create construction documents for the Cape Cod Young professionals.

Read Full Proposal [PDF]

Union Studio Side Hustle House Presentation Board Compressed
2 Bedroom Category

Union Studio

Thank you for the opportunity to submit this proposal for the design and documentation services associated with the ‘SIDE HUSTLE HOUSE’ - a new prototype home designed specifically to meet the needs of young professionals on Cape Cod. In conjunction with our design submission, we are submitting this letter which outlines the professional fees necessary to complete construction level documents as well as a schedule to perform this work. 

View Full Proposal [PDF]

1 Alison Alessi A3 Architects Ccyp 3 Bdrm 1600 Sqft
3 Bedroom Category

A3 Architects

We are pleased to submit this contract for architectural services to create construction documents for the Cape Cod Young professionals.

Read Full Proposal [PDF]