111 Washington Street
The first new commercial building to be built in downtown Quincy in over two decades. The project, part of Quincy’s Renaissance, is at the forefront of a host of new buildings being proposed to rejuvenate Quincy’s downtown area.
This 47,000 square foot, three story, modern brick office building is located in one of Quincy’s transit oriented neighborhoods, just a short walk to the Quincy MBTA and Commuter Rail station.
The project features secure underground garage as well as surface guest parking and suites from 2,500 – 8,000 square feet.
Cliveden Place Condominiums and Shoppes
Located at the corner of Hancock Street, and General Dunford Drive (formerly Cliveden Street) and General McConville Way (formerly Ross Way) the new, two building, development replaces the vacated Woolworth's Building as part of Downtown Quincy's Urban Redevelopment Plan. The project includes a commercial and residential components as well as a parking structure.
The first level of the six-story Hancock Street building will house The Shoppes at Cliveden Place, several retail stores fronted by a 120-foot colonnade. The grand entrance to the residences above are through a beautifully appointed lobby with controlled elevator building access.
104 Quarry Street
In an effort to upgrade and make improvements to their club’s facility, the Sons of Italy looked to capitalize on the equity they had built in an adjacent parcel of land. This land serviced the club by providing an awkward dirt parking lot for their function facility. Galvin Development’s challenge was to maximize and rebuild the parking lot for the function business, and to capitalize on the vacant parking lot’s value with new businesses.
Given the function business required a large parking lot that would be vacant most of the day time, and knowing the demand created by medical users, Galvin saw this as an opportunity for the development of a new medical/office building. Galvin worked with the City for zoning relief and Special Permits and constructed a 15,000 square foot, first class medical facility which, with cross easements, shares the newly constructed and engineered 160 parking spaces.
225 West Squantum Street
This redevelopment capitalized on its mixed-use neighborhood which is within walking distance of the North Quincy MBTA station. The plan was to create a new, more functional commercial component attractive to low-impact business that would be complementary to a residential setting. Along with 8,000 square feet of commercial space on the lower levels, the new building has nine residential units. The building provides a variety of unit sizes for this diverse neighborhood of commuters. The project fit the call of the City of Quincy for Transit Oriented Development.