Plymouth, MA – Gov. Charlie Baker will headline a groundbreaking event for Harborwalk Apartments, a 300-unit apartment complex that is the first step in a large North Plymouth Revitalization project called Plymouth Station.
The event will take place at 10 a.m. on August 21 at 381 Court Street, Plymouth, also known as Cordage Park.
Harborwalk Apartments, named for its proximity to the water, will feature four four-story buildings, on 11 landscaped acres. The apartment community will house approximately 400 to 500 residents and feature a mix of one- and two-bedroom homes, 25% of which will be available to households earning 80% AMI.
Amenities will include an outdoor pool, a roof deck overlooking the ocean, ground floor lounge and co-work space, dog wash and dog run, fitness and yoga spaces, and more.
The multiyear Plymouth Station project will also include luxury waterfront condominiums, additional phases of residential apartments, an extension of the North Plymouth Rail Trail, and the redevelopment of the Cordage Pier.
Plymouth Station encompasses the existing Cordage Commerce Center featuring 40 businesses employing more than 1,000 workers. The project aims to bring thousands to the area and have a transformative impact on not only Plymouth but the entire southeast region of Massachusetts.
Project co-developers Jim Goldenberg, principal and founder of Cathartes, and Joseph Jannetty, president of Janco Development, will also speak at the event.
“It is truly an honor to play a role in the revitalization of such an historic town,” said Goldenberg. “The groundbreaking event is just the first step in the Plymouth Station project. When complete, the development of North Plymouth will be an area that both residents and non-residents will enjoy for many years to come.”