Delphi Const. tops off $30m Seascape at Weymouth; 50-unit waterfront condominium project

November 16, 2018 - Construction Design & Engineering

Weymouth, MA Delphi Construction, Inc. topped-off Seascape at Weymouth, a new $30m luxury waterfront condominium project at 130 Broad Reach Rd. at Weymouth Neck overlooking the mouth of the Fore River, Hingham Bay and the Hingham Shipyard.

The topping off is a builders’ rite traditionally held when the last beam (or its equivalent) is placed atop a structure during its construction. In the case of Seascape at Weymouth, this milestone was reached when the 6th floor of the 50-unit structure was decked and roofed.

“Getting to this point is always exciting, but with this project it seems even more so. That’s because reaching the final floor gives full access to the sweeping panoramic water views of the harbor and the distant Boston skyline that make Seascape such a distinctive property. We want to recognize all of the hard work that has gone into the project to date and we are thrilled with the progress. Of course we are also very excited about the milestone we will celebrate in the Spring with a ribbon cutting at the project’s completion,” said Joseph Iantosca of Seascape Development, LLC, the project owner.

Delphi Construction’s project manager, Michael Paronich thanked the owner, the architect and the many subcontractors along with members of his own team who have brought the project to this stage of completion. “This topping off is a testament to the teamwork that has persisted from the start of the project until now. From the vision of the owner, and the innovative design work from Ken Hagan and Reese Schroeder of Sheskey Architects, to the skilled labor of the men and women from all trades who are on site here every day. Delphi is honored to play a role as part of the team bringing this project to life,” said Paronich. 

When finished, Seascape at Weymouth will be the South Shore’s newest luxury waterfront residential condominiums offering views of Hingham Bay, the Boston skyline, Back River and Hingham Shipyard. Each of the 50 residence offers top-of-the-line finishes from stainless steel appliances to hand selected tiles, hardwood flooring, quartz countertops and oversized windows.

Units are being brokered by Amy Toth, senior vice president of sales & marketing at Real Living Coastal Real Estate.

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