Trac 75 Welcomes First Residents

| August 12, 2017

Boston Trac 75,  an 80-unit building  at  75 Braintree Street in the Allston neighborhood recently welcomed its first residents.

Trac 75

The Grossman Companies, Inc., of Quincy is a joint venture partner on the project with The Waypoint Companies of Boston.

The general contractor was CTA Construction Managers of Waltham.

“Due to its proximity to Boston and Cambridge and to suburban office locations, we believe this is the epicenter of the region’s 21st century development,” Grossman says.

Waypoint Principal Ed Champy says. “….We are proud to have played a small part alongside a productive neighborhood association to bring improvements to Allston along the Guest Street Corridor.”

Trac 75 apartments offer top-of-the line amenities in a highly desirable location near Allston’s many restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues.

Residents enjoy perks like onsite Zipcars, a roof deck with views of the Boston skyline, fitness center, theatre/media center, and enclosed parking. Pets are allowed and there’s a pet play area and washing station.

As an introduction to the neighborhood, the developers announced a Trac 75 Neighborhood Art Competition for artists who live and work in Allston-Brighton to showcase their art in the artist display cases on the building.

The project has been overseen by The Grossman Companies’ Director of Asset Management Paul Dawson who listed many benefits: “The modular approach ensured quality control, enabled fast-tracking of our schedule, provided tighter construction for greater energy efficiency, greater stability and sound mitigation than traditional methods, and reduced excess materials waste vs. traditional on-site construction. We’re excited to bring this innovative project in this dynamic micro-market to completion.”

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