Maxwell's Green is Complete, Says Construction Firm
The project has reshaped a neighborhood in the heart of Somerville.
The construction of Maxwell's Green, a $52.5 million, 184-unit apartment development in the heart of Somerville, is complete, according to an announcement from Callahan, Inc., the general contractor for the project.
The development, at an old industrial site between Lowell and Clyde streets, consists of four buildings and has a yoga studio, fitness center, roof deck and cafe, among other things.
According to ForRent.com, rents at the development range from $1,831 per month for a studio to $3,975 for a three-bedroom townhouse apartment.
Construction on the project officially started in July of 2011. It is adjacent to the future site of the planned Lowell Street Station on the Green Line Extension, which is scheduled to come to the area between 2018 and 2020.
The developers of Maxwell's Green, Gate Residential Properties/KSS Partners, have also put forth proposals to build a hotel in Davis Square and redevelop the site of the former Powder House Community School near Teele Square.