Quincy, MA Marcus & Millichap has finalized the sale of 36-40 Bigelow St., a 13-unit apartment property, according to John Horowitz, regional manager of the firm’s Boston office. The asset sold for $2.415 million. Evan Griffith, first vice president investments and Tony Pepdjonovic, vice president investments, in Marcus & Millichap’s Boston office, had the exclusive listing to market the property on behalf of the seller, and procured the buyer.
36-40 Bigelow St. is comprised entirely of 1-bedroom/1-bathroom units and features off-street parking and on-site laundry for tenants. The property is located in Quincy Center less than a half-mile from the MBTA Station. Quincy Center is considered the transit hub of the city providing residents with MBTA Red line, Commuter Rail, and public bus service.
“The $1.6 billion revitalization of downtown Quincy Center is quickly rounding into form attracting new residents by the hundreds with a vibrant mix of housing, dining, and entertainment options” said Pepdjonovic. “Absorption of the new housing product remains strong and the older class B and C apartment buildings continue to experience significant rent growth.”
The Marcus & Millichap duo were busy at 36-40 Bigelow St. as they arranged 19 tours of the asset and collected 7 offers. “Competition was intense from the onset as transit-oriented, amenity-rich locations continue to be at the top of the investor wish list” said Griffith.