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How Much Does It Cost to Live at Somerville’s Assembly Row?

The development’s first residential building is now open.

Credit: Avalon At Assembly Row
Credit: Avalon At Assembly Row

The first residential building at Somerville’s Assembly Row is now open, according to the Boston Herald.

The Avalon At Assembly Row, at 333 Great River Road, is a luxury building with 195 units.

So how much does it cost to live at the Avalon?

  • Studios range from $2,185-$2,510
  • One-bedrooms from $2,280-$2,655
  • Two-bedrooms from $2,795-$3,695
  • Three-bedrooms start at $4,775

The above prices do not include $100 per month for on-site parking, according to the Herald.

The building does have a number of amenities, including a heated outdoor swimming pool.

An Avalon executive told the Herald that 59 of the building’s units have already been rented and he expected the building to be full within six months.

Once complete, the $1.5 billion Assembly Row development will have nearly 2,100 residential units, in addition to 1.75 million square feet of office space and 400,000 square feet of retail space, according to the Herald.

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rebekah.demartino May 04, 2014 at 09:46 AM
Residential rents are kinda high...that's the same price for luxury units in the north end and back bay. Curious about the rents for (small) office units. Also - have you been over to Assembly Row, though? It's awesome! P.S. It has THE best AMC theater. Reclining chairs. Yeah. IKEA who?
NoTyme4BS May 04, 2014 at 02:56 PM
Prices for rents any where in Somerville are ridiculous. Its sad that it is so bad that the people that lived there for years are being put out because they can no longer afford to live there. It happened to me after 46 yrs.
Frank Mulligan May 23, 2014 at 08:37 PM
There was a time we had RENT control. Today they can CHARGE what ever they want to CHARGE. That's why people are signing LEASE"S now.
Somerville Home Owner May 25, 2014 at 09:01 AM
Rent control is the reason many properties deteriorated. Why would someone invest in maintaining a property if they were going to lose money?

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