Wilmington, MA – The Procopio Companies announced the official topping off of its multifamily development, located at 635 Main St. in Wilmington.
“We’re really excited about Lume. Wilmington hasn’t seen the development of new multifamily construction in over 10 years,” said Michael Procopio, CEO of The Procopio Companies. “With the life sciences boom expanding into the 128 belt, Lume’s location is prime for anyone working in the industry, as well as anyone looking for a convenient, luxury development outside of Boston to call home.”
Lume’s topping off marks the completion of the building’s vertical structure. The 74,000sf development includes a 3-story podium style apartment building with 39 garden style units and 10 additional luxury townhomes.
Community amenities include a fitness center with a dedicated yoga room, a club room, pet spa, outdoor patio area, and work-from-home rooms specifically designed for virtual meetings. The property is less than a mile to the Wilmington MBTA stop, as well as minutes from numerous local restaurants, parks, schools, and the new Yentile Farm Recreational Facility.
The $20 million project began after a complex entitlement process, given the location directly abuts the MBTA Haverhill Line. Procopio has partnered with Peabody-based architecture firm, DMS Design, as architect of record for the exterior design, and with Ipswich-based Conant Design Group for interior design. Boston-based Charlesgate is handling property management and leasing.
Construction began in July of 2021, and completion is expected this fall.