Introducing the Tallest Apartment Complex in Quincy

Kylie McCoy One Chestnut Place

Imagine this: you wake up just as the natural sunlight begins to pour into your 15th floor apartment. Out the big, bright windows, all you see is an endless blue sky that touches the ocean of Wollaston Beach. The Boston skyline isn’t too far away either and you can easily make out the Prudential, John Hancock Center, and the newest Four Seasons.  When you finally make your way to the lobby, you are greeted by incredibly designed community spaces and fitness center. You venture around the corner to grab a coffee at the best Italian café in Quincy Center. The train leaves for downtown Boston in 15 minutes and within the next 45, you’ll be sitting in your office.

Doesn’t sound too bad, right? This dream will become a reality for many Boston renters this Summer 2020. Construction of One Chestnut Place is well underway and, once complete, it will be the tallest residential building in Quincy featuring upscale finishes and luxury amenities. 140 units will consist of 10 different layouts across one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans

The developer behind this landmark, Peter O’Connell, is also the force behind the Marina Bay development. His newest project is expected to be nothing short of luxury. Within those 15 stories of concrete construction lives a “wow” factor—every detail, finish and amenity has been well thought out to exceed the expectations of Boston renters. Take this same building and put it next to any of the newest high-rise apartments in the Seaport and you may think twice about which building to make your home. The catch—One Chestnut Place is not in downtown Boston, so the rents are significantly more affordable. Still looking for the convenience of being close to work? The red line is a 3-minute walk from One Chestnut Place and will get you to Boston within 20 minutes.