Cathartes and Janco Development revitalize historic Plymouth with new 300-unit Harborwalk Apartments

March 06, 2020 - Spotlights

Plymouth, MA Harborwalk Apartments, named for its proximity to the water, and co-developed by Cathartes and Janco Development, is a two-phase project and features 2 four-story buildings. Phase one, comprised of 155 units, is complete and 50% leased. At the completion of phase 2, which will break ground later this year, the apartment community will include over 300 units and feature a mix of studio, one, two and three-bedroom homes. Twenty-five percent will be available to households earning 80% AMI.

The community, designed by Embarc Studios and constructed by Delphi Construction, includes luxury amenities such as the Oasis outdoor pool and courtyard,  the Overlook roof deck with panoramic views of Plymouth Bay, the Sanctuary rooftop hideaway for unplugging and meditating, conference rooms and cowork space, dog wash, fitness, yoga studio and more. Residents will also have access to shared bicycles, kayaks and paddleboards to be used at the onsite beach and bike path.

 

The apartments feature breathtaking ocean views, airy and open floor plans, modern finishes, quartz countertops, oversized islands, stainless steel appliances, and walk in closets.

Harborwalk is the first phase of the new Plymouth Station community development. Plymouth Station is the revitalization of North Plymouth’s historic Cordage Park area, which was once the home of the Cordage Rope Factory. 

The Plymouth Station master site is situated on Plymouth Bay and includes the Plymouth Station stop on the Kingston/Plymouth commuter line, which brings passengers into Boston in under an hour. Plymouth Station boasts direct walking access to the beach and connects to the Seaside Rail Trail, which provides bikers and pedestrians a short, scenic path to eclectic downtown Plymouth. Plymouth Station also includes Cordage Commerce Center featuring 40 businesses comprised of restaurants, a winery, and office space.

“It is truly an honor to play a role in the revitalization of such an historic town,” said Jim Goldenberg, principal and founder of Cathartes. “Harborwalk is just the first step in the Plymouth Station project. When complete, the development of North Plymouth will be an area that both residents and non-residents will enjoy for many years to come.” The multi-year Plymouth Station project will also include luxury waterfront condominiums, additional phases of residential apartments and the redevelopment of the onsite pier and marina. The project aims to have a transformative impact on not only Plymouth, but the entire southeast region of Massachusetts. 

 

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