KINGSTON, MA – Trammell Crow Residential (TCR), Crow Holdings' multi-family development company, announced today that it has completed its home loan and land purchase to begin construction of its newest Alexan Community, a 282-unit luxury Multi-family residence in Kingston, Massachusetts.
Alexan Kingston, a four story Class A building, is located at 1 Kingston Collection Way. Construction is scheduled to start in January 2021. Completion is expected for summer 2023. Alexan Kingston will offer both off-the-shelf and affordable units in studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom floor plans from 620 to 1,500 square feet.
Each residence is equipped with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, wood-style plank floors, full-size washers and dryers, and walk-in closets. Private balconies or verandas are available in selected units.
First-class amenities include a resort-style pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, private work areas, conference rooms and communal spaces, an outdoor courtyard with fireplaces and gas grills, a dog laundry and grooming room, and a guest function room with gourmet cuisine and games, a bicycle repair shop and storage and post center with Amazon parcel lockers.
Alexan Kingston provides residents with access to a variety of work and lifestyle facilities nearby and is one mile from Kingston MBTA Commuter Rail Station, which provides direct access to Boston South Station (financial district). The ocean is less than 1.5 miles from the property and will be visible from some east facing units on the top floor.
“This project offers a unique opportunity to create value by replacing the former Sears location in the Kingston Collection Mall with Class A housing and by revitalizing the mall. We are excited to work with our partners and the City of Kingston to create transit-oriented housing options on the South Coast, "said Andy Huntoon, Managing Director, TCR.
With this latest Alexan offering, TCR's Northeast Division is expanding its presence with over 1,500 residential units in various development stages in Massachusetts and New York.