For luxury condos that expertly pair history with innovation, it’s time to consider Union Landing in Weymouth. The new development sits in Columbian Square, with your choice of loft, townhouse-style, or single-level lifestyle possibilities. The residential options of Union Landing were created as part of an 1800s-era Mansard Colonial, recently remade into luxury condos.
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The 19th century building still retains some of its original style points, such as dormer windows and a sloping roof. At the same time, it brings in such modern inclusions as quartz kitchen islands, custom cabinetry, and stainless-steel appliances in the individual homes. In terms of sustainability, the building uses high efficiency HVAC systems and tankless water heaters. The units also offer Nest thermostats and energy efficient windows.
Living at Union Landing
The 14-unit development includes condos with either private, or semi-private entrances, making it feel less like you’re entering a condo building and more like you’re returning to your own private place.
Some of the lower-level units don’t have any residential space above them at all, and you won’t find the traditional common space and shared hallways that you might typically find with a multi-unit building. No two units in the building are completely alike, and buyers can choose from a one-, two-, or three-bedroom configuration.
You’ll find some private balconies, deeded parking, and deeded storage at Union Landing. As for some of the more traditional community space, you’ll find a dog park, a grilling area, and some green space.
Union Landing Location
Union Landing is located in Weymouth on Union Street, less than a block from Pleasant Street and Columbian Square. Even though it’s a suburban development, Union Landing sits close the commuter rail , which has been under a reconstruction project of its own to improve its streetscape and transportation. As well, the location means living within an easy stroll of a Whole Foods Market and area restaurants, while also less than 25 minutes from Boston and close to the beach, too.