The developer of more than 600 apartments in Quincy Center is marketing its newest units in a newly-expanded former Masonic Temple property.

The 201-unit Center & Stone development currently advertises studios starting at $2,215 per month. The first phase of the project, a 6-story addition behind the temple, opened last month.

In 2022, Quincy-based developer FoxRock Properties received $58.5 million in construction financing from Citizens Bank for the project which includes restoration of the 1920s-era Masonic Temple at 1170 Hancock St.

Shared amenities include a penthouse lounge and roof deck with Boston skyline views, outdoor courtyard, pool and co-working space.

FoxRock’s residential portfolio in Quincy also includes the 465-unit Ashlar Park apartment complex, built at the former Quincy Medical Center property.

In October, Foxrock announced plans to develop a 150,000-square-foot ambulatory center for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at 55 General McConville Way in Quincy Center. Construction is projected to begin in 2025 following regulatory approvals.

FoxRock’s Newest Quincy Development Opens to Residents

by Steve Adams time to read: 1 min