Alta at the Estate

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  • Work Begins on Suburban Boston Apartments

    Wood Partners has closed on an 11.6-acre site in suburban Boston on which it plans to build Alta at the Estate, an 155-unit apartment property.

    Northeast 22 January 2013 16:20
  • Wood Partners to Develop 155-Unit Luxury Community in Watertown

    Wood Partners will break ground this month on a $40 million upscale apartment community in the suburb of Watertown, just six miles northwest of Boston. The real estate investment and development company has recently announced the acquisition of an 11.6-acre property located at 255 Waltham St., close to major employers such as Bright Horizons, iProspect, Staples, EMC, Boston Scientific, Genzyme, educational institutions, transportation, shops and other public spaces.

    Boston 19 January 2013 00:13

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