It’s time to relocate to 145 Front at City Square’s downtown Worcester apartments.
“Nothing symbolizes the revival under way in Worcester quite as pointedly as the new luxury apartment building at 145 Front Street,” declares a new article by Boston Magazine. Author Nora Caplan-Bricker goes on to explain how the revitalization in Worcester is taking shape, and why so many people are flocking to Worcester from Boston. Although there’s some debate as to whether Worcester is a growing suburb of Boston, its smaller sister city, or an independent entity all its own, the people agree: Worcester’s a great place to be. The perks of moving into 145 Front’s downtown Worcester apartments are nearly endless.
- Better Rent – If you’re “living perpetually at the edge of your means” in Boston as Caplan-Bricker put it, money is always on your mind. The stress, the trade-offs, and the sacrifice that come with even a modest apartment in the center of Boston aren’t necessary. Switching to the downtown Worcester apartments of 145 Front can help you check all the most important boxes, starting with affordability.
- More Amenities -An apartment in Boston that’s equivalent to the 145 Front downtown Worcester apartments may be expensive, but a building with the same phenomenal amenities will undoubtedly break the bank. A deliciously modern yoga room and spin studio, paired with a golf simulator and some classic arcade-style games, make 145 Front a place where you can work hard and play hard. The complex has a resort-style pool and what’s essentially an “outdoor living room”, as Director of Building Operations, Michelle Fontaine phrased it. Traditional backyard features like open grills and a fire pit are matched with indoor comforts like TV’s and lounge furniture to create an inspired entertainment gestalt.
- Fantastic Restaurants -Perhaps the greatest highlight of downtown Worcester is the dining. The foodie scene in Worcester is growing quickly, evidenced by the rise of the #WorcesterFoodie Instagram hashtag. Unique chefs, both long-time residents and Boston transplants who were attracted to Worcester’s vibe, have the space to explore and invent, leading to some delectable and boundary-pushing cuisine. Try the Armsby Abbey to experience absolute fresh or visit The Boynton for a twist on traditional east coast pub food. At the end of a summer day, you can walk the warmly illuminated streets of downtown and stop by WooBerry for frozen yogurt or ice cream.
- A Happening Arts Scene -Just this month, a new art space called Worcester PopUP opened a mere three blocks from 145 Front at City Square’s downtown Worcester apartments. You can find an engaging array of art displayed all over the city. Visit the Davis Art Gallery or any of the exhibitions by ArtsWorcester. Lastly, the neighborhood is filled with live music, dance, and plays. Head to the The Palladium or to The Hanover Theatre for a night of lively entertainment.
- The Pure Aesthetic -Yellow bikes fill the city streets. The green of the central common brightens your day. Summer in downtown Worcester is brilliant, but it is also subtle. Spend an afternoon unwinding in a new café, transformed from the bones of a hollowed-out factory. Into the evening, visit a neighborhood bar with old time accents and shimmering neon lights proclaiming, “THIS IS IT”. This is Worcester.