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There's something utterly appealing about Quincy to us. We can't help but feel a bit kindred to the city's spirit of ingenuity, its roll-up-your-sleeves and work hard to make good things happen vibe (seems appropriate for the birthplace of John Adams not to mention the first-ever Dunkin' Donuts, on which all of America runs or so we've heard). And once you see what we have in store for the apartments at Alister Quincy, you'll see why.
We're making good things happen here, taking an already great community and making it better with a top-to-bottom overhaul of the apartment interiors. Get ready for granite countertops, premium stainless appliances, modern tile backsplashes, and custom, shaker-style cabinets. These beautiful enhancements along with the new floors, lighting, and fixtures puts Alister Quincy on par with apartments that cost hundreds more. Hooray for you!
Alister Quincy's location is also first-rate, off the beaten path, yet marvelously connected. Grab our resident-only shuttle to the Quincy Center T and get to downtown Boston in 20 minutes. Quincy Town Center and South Shore Plaza are less than two miles away, with some of the best shopping and dining in town. Feeling beachy? We are an easy 10-minute drive.
The amenities rank right up there, with a hotel-inspired pool and sundeck, well-outfitted fitness studio, cyber cafe, and work-from-home-friendly spaces with free Wi-Fi. The community grounds are quite lovely, with rolling lawns and plenty of places for relaxing and taking it all in. And as an added bonus, we'll be adding in a beautifully designed outdoor space complete with grills, a cozy fire pit, and a Bocce ball court.
Ready to make some good things happen of your own? Come to Alister Quincy and see what we're up to. Now leasing one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes.Read moreSouth shore plazaModern tile backsplashesWork-from-home-friendly spacesAlister quincyBocce ball courtHotel-inspired poolPlenty of places
Just minutes south of Boston awaits one of New England’s most captivating destinations, the City of Quincy (quin-zee). Called the "City of Presidents" and "Birthplace of the American Dream", Quincy is the birthplace of the second and sixth U.S. Presidents, John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams. Rich in historic treasures, Quincy’s impressive past remains vibrant today as the city lays claim to an exciting future.
First settled by a party including Captain Wollaston in 1625, Quincy was originally part of the neighboring town of Braintree. Her famous early residents included presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, as well as the legendary patriot John Hancock - known for signing his name to the Declaration of Independence in extra-large script "so that fat King George can read it without his glasses." In 1792, the north precinct of Braintree became the town of Quincy, with residents opting to name the new town after Col. John Quincy, grandfather of Abigail Adams.
Today, visitors to Quincy can tour the birthplaces of both John Adams and John Quincy Adams as well as the Adams Mansion, the Summer White House for both presidents and home to their descendants until the early 20 th century. Other historic sites include United First Parish Church - where both Adams presidents and their wives are buried - historic Hancock Cemetery and the Dorothy Quincy Homestead, the childhood home of John Hancock's wife, Dorothy Quincy.