Waltham, MA – Currents on the Charles, a 200-unit riverside luxury apartment community located at 36 River Street in Waltham, Mass., recently announced that it has kicked off its Currents Cash Contest, which will award one lucky winner with a trip to the special Currents Cash Machine to collect up to $5,000 in cash. Currents on the Charles is already seeing strong leasing activity and interest since opening in January 2015, due to its outstanding amenities package, high-end finishes, and attractive location, and this contest provides yet another reason for prospective renters to secure their spot at Waltham’s hottest residential destination.
All prospective residents who sign a new lease before June 30 will be entered into the contest. Additionally, Current residents are able to participate by referring a friend or colleague who leases an apartment. Currents on the Charles will announce the winner on July 1 at an on-site community event. The lucky resident will then receive a trip to the Currents Cash Machine, an enclosed wind box providing the opportunity to collect up to $5,000 in cash.
“The Currents Cash Contest provides a fun opportunity for our team to show appreciation for our recent renters and current valued residents,” commented Jessica Lee, community manager at Currents on the Charles. “Just like our community is unique in the market, this contest is sure to be a first-of-its-kind event.”
At Currents on the Charles, renters have a variety of floor plan options including studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment homes. Developed by Hines and managed by the Bozzuto Group, the community features a 10,000sf River Club, a resort-style swimming pool, a media lounge with Apple TV and wet bar, and outdoor kitchen with grilling stations. Additionally, pet owners will enjoy the pet-friendly atmosphere featuring an on-site Bark ’n’ Bubbles washing and grooming room.
With a centralized location in Waltham, Currents on the Charles provides convenient access to Downtown Boston as well as nearby shopping and dining opportunities in Waltham, Newton, and Watertown. Waltham’s vibrant Moody Street, Stop & Shop, Russo’s Market, major highways, and public transportation are also just minutes away, making the area a top living destination for young professionals, families, and empty nesters.