Located on the edge of a quintessential New England downtown and nestled in a historic neighborhood, Prospect Falls is a perfect example of modern day infill development. Met with significant community opposition, the project’s zoning process evoked plan modifications and compromise by all stakeholders. Ultimately, the project received a unanimous vote of approval from all commissions. Sensitive to the historic neighborhood, the development process began with an archeological study and related field work to search for revolutionary war artifacts and graves. Following the successful completion of the archeological study, construction of four buildings began. Design representing modern building practice while incorporating detailing consistent with historic New England was the overriding agenda for the project’s architecture. Additionally, an existing historic 19th century home was preserved and carefully incorporated into the project’s site plan. Completed spring 2012, this project has exceeded all architectural and planning expectations.