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Dellbrook|JKS Begins Medical Center Demo

Dellbrook|JKS Begins Medical Center Demo

Quincy, MA – New England construction management firm, Dellbrook|JKS, has begun demolition work on the former Quincy Medical Center at 114 Whitwell Street, alongside owner FoxRock Properties and architect Arrowstreet. The demolition will be completed in three phases...

FOXROCK ACQUIRES 270,000 SF OF INDUSTRIAL SPACE

FOXROCK ACQUIRES 270,000 SF OF INDUSTRIAL SPACE

267 Libbey Industrial Parkway, Weymouth774 Norfolk Street, MansfieldQuincy-based CRE Firm Adds Two Industrial Properties to Growing 4 Million Square Foot Portfolio   BOSTON, MA—January 27, 2021- FoxRock, a Quincy-based commercial real estate investment and...

FoxRock Properties Announces Plans for Historic Masonic Temple Building

FoxRock Properties Announces Plans for Historic Masonic Temple Building

FoxRock Properties plans to create a transformative 18,000 SF retail and entertainment destination, helping solidify Quincy as the ‘Downtown of the South Shore.’ FoxRock plans to honor the building’s rich history by maintaining the classical façade, while creating a destination that’s representative of Quincy’s future. The plans include on-site parking, 10,000 SF of multi-concept retail space and 8,000 SF of entertainment space.

Ashlar Park Concerns and Resolutions

Ashlar Park Concerns and Resolutions

Since the initial Planning Board meeting on October 2018 we have been revising our development proposal based on what we heard in our community meetings, as outlined in the chart below:     Concern: Resolution: Height 6 stories as allowed by right in the PUD may...

Quincy Center – 400 Years of history

Quincy Center – 400 Years of history

A Bright Future Quincy is a historic city in the midst of a transformative modernization. This “City of Presidents” has been home to founding fathers John Adams and John Hancock, entertainers Ruth Gordon and Dropkick Murphys, and athletes Joe Dudek and Pete Varney. As...

Popular Quincy restaurant Fat Cat reopens

Popular Quincy restaurant Fat Cat reopens

(Image credit: Greg Derr - The Patriot Ledger) QUINCY — Chef Bobby Sisson waved off at least a dozen would-be patrons on Monday afternoon as they stopped by Fat Cat’s new location on Hancock Street in hopes the popular Quincy Center restaurant had reopened. “Come back...

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