Trammell Crow Residential Breaks Ground on Alexan Wrentham Near Boston

April 4, 2018

BOSTON–Trammell Crow Residential (“TCR”), America’s premier multi-family real estate company and the only national group with nearly 40 years of experience in apartment development, announced that it has broken ground on Alexan Wrentham, a 240-unit project in Wrentham, MA.

Anchoring a 50+ acre mixed-use lifestyle development, Alexan Wrentham will be bordered by walkable restaurants, a hotel and assisted living facility. The site offers immediate highway access, including proximity to Route-1 and I-495, as well as convenient access to public transportation and a vibrant employment corridor. In addition, the property is adjacent to the Wrentham State Forest, creating a serene environment with ample hiking and biking trails.

Upon expected completion in Fall 2019, Alexan Wrentham will feature 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units equipped with class-A finishes through-out, including stainless steel appliances, upgraded cabinets and lights, tile back-splashes and hardwood flooring. Most units will also offer a balcony. Each resident will enjoy access to Alexan’s 7,000 square foot clubhouse space, which will include a resident lounge, business center, fitness center and yoga room. Further, the property will offer a large pool, outdoor lounge and a pet park.

“Alexan Wrentham is designed specifically with residents in mind,” said Andy Huntoon, managing director at Trammell Crow Residential. “It offers immediate highway access at a high-visibility intersection of Route-1 and I-495 and, as part of a larger mixed-use development, it will also provide walk-to restaurants and retail amenities—rare benefits in the Boston suburbs. Finally, the project’s extraordinary natural setting includes a bluff overlooking the Wrentham State Forest with bucolic views and access to outdoor activities.”

In addition to serving as the project’s developer, TCR is also serving as the general contractor. Leasing will commence early 2019.



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