Future tenants at an 87-unit, four-story apartment retail complex in Weymouth Landing will have a fitness center, bicycle racks, a rooftop lounge, and a conference room.
Developer Nick Delegas said tenants would have access to a gym on the first floor near the structure’s main entrance on Washington Street.
“We will have cardio and a weight room,” he said. “There will be a few televisions on the wall. “We will have nice LED lighting and an inviting space to work out.”
Delegas said the gym would have wall “tile mirrors” instead of “a full mirror.”
“(It’s) a little bit unconventional instead of putting in a full mirror,” he said.
Bicycle racks, storage room for tenants
Delegas said the first floor would have a bicycle storage room for tenants.
“There will be approximately 24 or 26 bike racks,” he said. “It will be very accessible to bring a bike to a car or just to go for a ride.
Roof deck lounges
Delegas said tenants would enjoy a view of the area atop the fourth floor from a roof deck and sky lounge.
“It (rooftop deck) will be furnished with a table and a grail,” he said. “There will be a feature wall with small plants and nice lighting. It will be a nice place to relax when the weather is good.”
Delegas said the sky lounge would have a widescreen TV for tenants to host a party or relax in.
“We will have a little bar counter for people to have drinks if they are having a party here,” he said.
Conference room and lobby lounge
Delegas said tenants would have a lounge and conference room on the first floor to host business meetings.
“It’s a private space where there is a curtain that can seal it off, he said. “There will be some nice lighting and a couch where people can sit and hang out in the lobby.”
The lobby will also have a widescreen television set and a three-sided fireplace.
“We’re going to have some cool indoor hanging chairs when you walk in,” he said. “It’s going to be a very inviting place to hang out. We will have some nice cascadic lighting.”
Plantings and ornamental fence
Delegas said the retail/complex’s appearance would be enhanced with evergreen trees planted alongside a retaining wall on Commercial Street.
“The landscape will run in front of the building and storefronts. We will be adding some trees on the sidewalk once we get better weather in early spring.”
The complex is scheduled for completion in late March.
“It’s coming along well,’ he said. “A lot of the exterior work has been completed already.”