Completion: The Watson
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Completion: The Watson

The Watson Ribbon Cutting

Completion: The Watson

We were so proud to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony for The Watson on June 24, 2019. We first announced the project in 2017 and with the support of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker have worked diligently with Winn Companies to create a mix of affordable, middle-income, and market-rate multifamily housing to Quincy, a neighborhood just eight miles south of Boston.

The Watson includes four stories of 140 units (studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments) complete with 246 podium parking spaces, a fitness center, lounge, club room, outdoor patio and courtyard. We paid close attention to the history of the neighborhood while adding contemporary modern designs to both the interior and exterior finishes.

Photo above: WinnCompanies CEO Gilbert Winn cuts the celebratory ribbon, surrounded by U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Massachusetts State Senator John Keenan, Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch, HUD Regional Administrator David E. Tille, MassHousing Executive Director Chrystal Kornegay, WinnDevelopment President and Managing Partner Larry Curtis and NeighborWorks Executive Director Rob Corley.

Read the Press Release from Winn Companies »
WinnCompanies Announces Completion of The Watson; $44M Project Brings Workforce Housing to Quincy, MA
Largest number of middle-income units ever financed by MassHousing

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