Multi-Family Housing
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Multi-Family Housing

Project Facts: Project GSF: 623,337 Residential SF: 384,324 520 Parking Spaces Located in Quincy with views across the Dorchester Bay to downtown Boston, this 352 unit multifamily residential project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017. Retail on the ground level, state of the art amenity spaces...

Read the original article: $40M Lowell Apartment Plan Clears Hurdle By Grant Welker, gwelker@lowellsun.com LOWELL -- A 240-unit apartment building off Chelmsford Street has won Planning Board approval, taking the $40 million project a big step closer to reality. The proposal would take an underutilized parking lot next to...

Written By: Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, info@ccfne.com Published by: John Picard / NEREJ, jpicard@rejournal.com Photography Credit: Flaunt Boston: info@flauntboston.com Read the article on the New England Real Estate Journal: Deco - NEREJ Project of the Month See more of the project at: Deco - CUBE 3 Studio Project Page Quincy, MA DECO at 625 Thomas...

Our residential project in Cambridge - atMark - is featured in Boston.com's real-estate section. Check out the article, and our project!! Click the link below for the article: http://www.boston.com/real-estate/luxury-living/2016/01/11/once-overlooked-alewife-sees-fierce-competition-among-luxury-residential-buildings/6fJpbRVVyRiJOL0NK7GAMN/story.html#sthash.9AjTF7E4.00q0klgc.dpbs And here to check out our project: atMark...