Waypoint Companies building 82,400 s/f Ninety_o development for Helge Capital and Gansett Ventures

June 19, 2020 - Construction Design & Engineering
Ninety_o - 90 Ocean Avenue - Revere, MA

Revere, MA Helge Capital and Gansett Ventures are building Ninety_o, a modern multifamily development at 90 Ocean Ave. Suitably billed as, “Something to Really Revere”, this transit-oriented development will provide 75 premium apartments near Revere Beach, in the emerging beachfront corridor just minutes from downtown Boston. Construction on this 82,400 s/f project is expected to be completed during the fourth quarter of 2020.

Living on a beach and within a quarter-mile of mass transit is a dream for most, but Ninety_o is among the very few residential projects turning that dream into reality. A walk to the MBTA Blue Line or a drive down Rte. 1-A or I-93 are all that separates residents from all the nightlife, culture and cuisine downtown Boston has to offer. Ninety_o will offer both surface and underground parking. A mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments will be attractive to individuals, couples and small families. Ninety_o will feature an array of amenities, including rooftop lounge and fitness center and a “work from home” space. 

“The strength and growth of the Revere multifamily market is very attractive to us and we are thrilled with this project,” said Helge Capital chief executive officer Oleg Uritsky. “We pride ourselves on our ability to find and then create value. We look forward to delivering a competitive yet affordable product to the market. Ninety_o offers mid-market prices with beach lifestyle upside”

“The timing for this project could not be better,” said Gansett Ventures president Caleb Manchester. “Revere Beach is quickly becoming recognized as a desirable, exciting place to live, with easy access of downtown Boston. Ninety_o fits perfectly with the vibe of this neighborhood.”

Ninety_o was designed by LaFreniere Architects and is being constructed by Waypoint Companies.

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