The grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, November 15, 2011. Over 65 project funders and friends joined City of Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch, Asian Community Development Corporation, city and state officials to celebrate. The apartments provide 34 units of affordable rental housing for families in Quincy.
View photos of the wall-breaking ceremony of 6 Fort Street on November 8, 2010.
About 6 Fort Street
6 Fort Street is a 34-family residential rental development. The project represents the adaptive re-use of a partially historic building in transit-oriented, downtown Quincy, Massachusetts. The program responds to the new Quincy Center Zoning District’s Design Guidelines, while remaining sensitive to the surrounding, smaller-scale commercial and residential neighborhood.
- Restoration of a predominantly vacant and neglected building into a vibrant residential community
- Creation of 34 new, smart growth, transit-oriented rental opportunities located near schools, retails services, and public transportation
- Activation of Fort Street with ground floor community and commercial space
- Enhancement of the pedestrian environment along Fort Street through improved design of street-level facade
- Rehabilitation of an existing structure with a sustainable, green design
- Job creation for real estate industry
- Long-term investment in the local community through ACDC's continued ownership and community-focused management of the property
Special thanks to all of our working partners
- Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation
- City of Quincy, MA
- Davis Square Architects
- Fleming and Fleming, P.C.
- Klein Hornig LLP
- The Life Initiative
- Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation
- Massachuetts Housing Partnership
- Maloney Properties
- NEI General Contracting
- Peter Munkenbeck
- Wainwright Bank