New mixed-use development opens in Malden

November 25, 2018 by  

The Residences at Malden Station 138 recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate its official opening. The Residences is a mixed-used development that is within walking distance of the Orange Line T stop in Malden Center.

The project was a partnership between an affiliate of Corcoran Jennison and The Brennan Group. It has 6,500 square feet of retail space and 69 market-rate apartments, with a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom units, and pet-friendly apartments. There is also a 24-hour, fully-equipped fitness center, a community center, and roof deck with views of Boston.

Russell Scott Steedle and Capone Architects designed the project, part of which required restoring the Masonic Building, built in 1895. Another building was constructed to add to the building on Exchange Street. The Masonic Building has a neo-classical style with Romanesque arched bay windows. The development team presented the square and compasses symbol that once hung on the fa├žade of the building to the Malden Historical Society.

Aura Beauty Lounge and Eastern Bank currently occupies the retail space, and additional space is still available for leasing. Nearby are many restaurants and a shopping center anchored by a grocery store, as well as Fellsmere Park and Pond.

Professional brochure printing can be used for such developments outlining their many amenities and features of the apartment units.

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