Tocci Breaks Ground on 34-Unit Station Landing Apartments in Suburban Boston
- Dec 08, 2014
With so many residential projects in the pipeline or already completed, Waltham is shaping up as one of Boston’s most desirable housing markets. Hot on the heels of Hines’ 200-unit luxury complex at 36 River Street that officially launched leasing operations last month, work is under way on another upscale apartment community developed by Woburn-based Tocci Building Companies.
Called Station Landing Apartments, the $8.5 million luxury residential project is located at 431 River Street in Waltham’s central section and is owned by Charles River Place, LLC. When completed in fall 2015, the five-story building will offer 60,850 square feet of residential and commercial space. According to Tocci, the Station Landing Apartments project was designed by Costa Architects while Cowen Associates of Natick, MA, served as structural engineering consultants. The rental building will include 34 two-bedroom units on floors two through five, a roof deck, a fitness facility, as well as 9,000 square feet of ground floor retail and restaurant space. Each unit features high-end amenities such as granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors.
“Waltham is quickly becoming one of suburban Boston’s most active markets not only for commercial development, but also residential projects. Much of this residential activity is located around busy Waltham Center, with easy access to numerous amenities and public transportation options,” said John Tocci, chief enabling officer at Tocci Building Companies, in a prepared press statement. “With this development, we will utilize highly efficient pre-construction solutions and accurate pricing methods to ensure a timely and cost-effective delivery for our client. Upon completion, we are confident that Station Landing will be an attractive and sought-after tenant destination in the market,” he added.
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Rendering courtesy of Tocci Building Companies