Leasing has started at the 80-unit Oak Row apartment complex at 1235 VFW Parkway in West Roxbury.
The four-story building—one of the largest new apartment projects in years in a neighborhood best-known for single-families and small apartment buildings—supplanted a former International House of Pancakes.
Available one-bedrooms at Oak Row start at $2,500 a month; two-bedrooms at $2,950; and three-bedrooms at $3,600. According to manager and marketer Peabody Properties, the units are geared toward “a wide-range of residents, from empty-nesters to on-the-go professionals to young families.”
Amenities include a fitness center, a kids’ space, electric-car-charging stations, and a game lounge. There is also WiFi in all the common areas. Plus, the complex is stressing its proximity to the West Roxbury commuter rail stop and to area attractions such as Millennium Park.
EA Fish Development LLC of Wellesley, along with its investment partner Luzern Associates of Greenwich, Massachusetts, worked jointly with Sovad LLC of West Roxbury on Oak Row’s development.
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