Ribbon Cutting

LBC Boston Relocates Office to Quincy

(l-r) Cahill; Cain; Shapiro; Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch; Margarita Kvacheva, LBC Boston CEO; and Alex Matov, LBC Boston principal / Photos courtesy of LBC Boston

Quincy, MA – LBC Boston announced it has relocated its office to 1512 Hancock Street in Quincy. A ribbon cutting event was held on Aug. 26, and attended by Tim Cahill, president of the Quincy Chamber of Commerce, and Councilor Ian Cain. The new 2,800sf office was designed by Choo Architects and built out by Foley United Contractor.

“We are fortunate to be the city’s designated redeveloper for contiguous parcels along Hancock Street in the heart of downtown,” said Andrian Shapiro, principal owner at LBC Boston. “Our focus in Quincy since 2014 has been to develop parcels along Hancock Street, Cottage Avenue, and Parkingway.”

LBC Boston’s redesigned office in Quincy

The demand for housing has fueled projects like LBC Boston’s Nova Quincy, a 171-unit residential complex located in the 1500 block of Hancock Street which has been fully leased since it opened in September 2019. The 7-story building features 14,000sf of ground-level retail and restaurant space.

In December 2020, LBC Boston received approval from the Quincy City Council to buy two parcels of land in downtown Quincy where it will build a $120 million mixed-use development with 350 residential units and commercial space in two buildings with ample amenities, similar unit types and layouts, and expansive rooftop decks with amenity suites. LBC Boston is also working on several new developments in the city of Quincy.