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City Living: Luxurious, Convenient…Affordable?

A luxury unit in the heart of Boston is as good as it gets when it comes to apartment living.  The problem?  It’s as expensive as it gets, too.  That’s why living in Quincy has become such an attractive alternative.  You get the same style and luxury (most of Quincy’s newest communities were closely modeled after downtown apartment buildings).  Often times, you get much more space, because Quincy is far less congested than Boston.  And, if you live in Quincy Center, you can get a taste of city life and the convenience of walking across the street to the T.  All for about $1,000 less a month.

PDOW: Top-Floor, Corner 2-Bed Across from the T

Location: Quincy Center

Price: $1,842/month

Size: 2-bed, 2-Bath, 1200 square feet

Available: NOW

Why it’s our PDOW: First, the price.  This community is now offering this rate on any two-bedroom apartment in the building.  Which means you can get this apartment, the most expensive unit they have, for $700/month less than the market rent ($2,550).

Second, there’s a reason why this is normally the most expensive apartment in the building.  It’s on the top floor, which gives you the best views possible (this one looks at the Boston skyline on one side and the Blue Hills reservation on the other).  And it’s a corner unit, meaning it’s also the most private space they offer: you’re attached to another apartment on just one side and there’s no one above you.

Finally, the interior style and luxury is among the best in the area: It has a beautiful, brand-new kitchen with granite counters, stainless appliances, and maple cabinets, hardwood floors (rarely found in Quincy luxury apartments), floor-to-ceiling windows, central air, in-unit laundry, and walk-in closets.

Add this building’s prime location and this apartment is an easy pick for Patriot’s Deal of the Week.

Want more info? Call a Patriot representative today (617 436-6000) or visit our website.

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