The Merc @ Moody and Main, at 269 units one of the largest new apartment complexes in downtown Waltham in ages, is fully leased, according to its developer, Northland Investment Corporation.
Rents at the three-building complex—carved from the remains of the old Mercantile Building (hence its name) and including amenities such as a roof-top deck and a fitness center—started at $2,095 a month for studios; $2,495 for one-bedrooms; and $2,895 for two-bedrooms.
Leasing commenced in 2015 while the project was still under construction.
Part of the Merc’s popularity might be due to its location: Just across Waltham Common from a commuter-rail stop that connects riders to the Red Line at Porter Square in 15 minutes, give or take.
The complex will also soon host a 12,000-square-foot outpost of Roche Bros.’ Brothers Marketplace brand. That market is expected to open this coming spring.
- Merc @ Moody and Main [Northland]
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