FoxRock Properties and Bozzuto begin
preleasing at Center & Stone

December 08, 2023 - Owners Developers & Managers

Quincy, MA FoxRock Propertieshas started to prelease the apartment homes at Center & Stone, a 201-unit two-building multifamily and retail development. The residential buildings will be managed by Bozzuto. 

The Center & Stone project includes the restoration and reuse of the former Quincy Masonic Temple, built in 1926, which will house a new restaurant in the fall of 2024. Behind the existing Masonic Temple is a new six-story addition that will offer 66 studio and one-bedroom apartment homes that will be move-in ready in January. A second 135-unit residential building next door on Hancock St. will follow in the beginning half of 2024. The transit-oriented project is situated across the street from the MBTA Quincy Center Red Line stop, allowing commuters access to public transit, and is centrally located for bicyclists and pedestrians.

“We can’t wait to introduce these properties to the greater Boston community. Quincy Center has a special energy and vibrancy, and a lot of people throughout the region are waking up to that,” remarked Jason Ward, managing director at FoxRock Properties. “The residences and retail offerings at Center & Stone will be a great complement to everything else going on in the downtown.”

The Center & Stone residences feature highly desirable amenities, including a courtyard with pool, fire pits, barbecue grills, and lounge space; roof decks with water views; a well-equipped fitness center and yoga studio; co-working spaces including private offices; stylish lounges and comfortable club rooms; as well as ample garage parking. 

“We have been waiting for this moment since breaking ground in 2022,” said Kayla Mobarak, general manager at Center & Stone. “Our preleasing announcement brings us one step closer to opening our doors. We cannot wait to watch the reactions of our new residents and community members when they see firsthand both buildings, especially the Masonic Temple’s transformation.”

Center & Stone offers an urban, transit-oriented experience while still being in close proximity to the hiking trails of the Blue Hills Reservation and several beaches. It is also close to Boston via I-95 or the Commuter Rail. Beyond the residences, the area offers a wide selection of restaurants and shops within walking distance along Hancock St. 



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Mike 12/8/23, 3:19 PM

So how much is the rent for a studio in Quincy Across from the T going to cost ? 1800 plus a month ?It's bad enough that Any hard working person making less then $20.00 a hour can't afford to live in Quincy.But the city still allows companies with the connections to keep building apartments with no way in sight for affordable housing!!