Modera Medford, the latest transit-oriented multifamily development along the MBTA’s Orange Line, has begun move-ins for 297 apartments at 5 Cabot Road in Medford via Banker & Tradesman.
Mill Creek Residential developed the 5-story complex opposite the Wellington station.
Apartments range from 602-square-foot studios to 1,479-square-foot three-bedroom units and include nine-foot ceilings, wood plank flooring, stainless steel appliances, stone countertops with tile backsplash, 42-inch custom cabinetry, pendant lighting, washers and dryers, key fob entry systems and walk-in closets.
Modera Medford is marketing one-bedroom units starting at $2,331 per month with one month free rent on 12- to 18-month leases.
Designed by Cube3 Studio of Lawrence, the complex surrounds a 6-story parking garage. The property includes a 1,000-foot public walkway connecting with the Tufts Boat House and Woods Memorial Bridge. Common area amenities include a swimming pool, clubhouse, roof deck, fitness club, yoga studio and group fitness room.
The development joins a cluster of new multifamily complexes in the Orange Line north suburban market including the Criterion Development Partners’ nearby 504-unit River’s Edge apartment complex, the second phase of which is scheduled for completion this fall.
Each year, Red Sox players’ wives and girlfriends hit the fashion runway with an event known as From Fenway to the Runway that benefits the Red Sox Foundation, originally created by our principle, Lynne Kortenhaus.
Liz Brunner of Brunner Communications emceed the event and live auction, which included many items donated by the players and their wives. The women who participated this year included Erin Bradley, Ginsey Boyer, Dianne Jochim, Ashley Kelly, Ashley Kimbrel, Susannah Moreland, Georgia Nua, and Carolyn Pomeranz.
Event sponsors included our partner, Life Time Athletic; Neuro Brands; Stirrings; Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Bryan Rafanelli; Linda Henry; Charlotte Wagner; Massachusetts General Hospital; Margaret McNeill; Foundation To Be Named Later; Ashley Bernon; Nancy Adams; Patty Ribakoff; Lynne Kortenhaus Communications; Improper Bostonian; Jimmy Guzman; JNG Event Consulting; and Be Our Guest Party Rental.
According to Boston Magazine's Lifestyle Editor, Abby Bielagus, more than just a place to lay your head, a pillow can add a touch of couture to an otherwise-ordinary piece of furniture. Take this whimsical cushion collection: Created for the Waltham showroom Modern Relik in fabrics that feature hand painting, embroidery, and even feathers, “they’re the jewelry of the room,” says proprietor and interior designer Meg Kimball, whose selection changes seasonally and can be customized to fit your home’s décor. “The accessories are what makes a room so special. When you put out a plumage pillow, people are going to remark on that, for sure.” Our advice: Put your feet up—but don’t lie back—and enjoy.
Modern Relik’s 5,000-square-foot showroom offers a “marriage of classic and avant-garde,” says owner Meg Kimball, a 20-year interior design specialist who creates intriguing vignettes for shoppers to explore. (One room is filled floor-to- ceiling with pillows.) The contemporary furnishings live among found antiques, giving customers an opportunity to mix and match new and old vases, glassware, sculptures and indoor and outdoor furniture pieces. Need inspiration? Check out The Verve, Kimball’s online art and interior design mag.