Twining Properties breaks ground on $190 million mixed use development known as Mass+Main

New England Real Estate Journal | December 01, 2017 Twining Properties, joined by state treasurer Deborah Goldberg and mayor Denise Simmons, broke ground on Mass+Main, a 308,000 s/f development in Central Sq. The project will create 308 mixed-income apartments and 17,000 s/f of retail overlooking Lafayette Sq., on the MBTA’s Red Line and between MIT […]

Mixed-Use Development Mass and Main Breaks Ground in Cambridge

By Dana Forsythe, Patch Staff | November 18, 2017 CAMBRIDGE, MA – Twining Properties recently broke ground on Mass+Main, a 308,000-square-foot development in Cambridge’s Central Square. The project plans include 308 mixed-income apartments and 17,000 square feet of retail overlooking Lafayette Square. Designed by CBT Architects, the project is targeted for LEED Gold certification and […]

Mixed-Income Community Breaks Ground in MA

A joint venture is developing Mass+Main, a $190 million project that will feature 248 market-rate and 60 affordable units. The property is slated for a mid-2020 completion. by Evelyn Jozsa | November 17, 2017 A joint venture of Twining Properties and Mass Prim has broken ground on Mass+Main, a 308,000-square-foot, $190 million development in Cambridge, […]

Twining Properties Breaks Ground on 308 Apartment Mixed Use Development in Central Square

  Boston CityBizList | November 16, 2017 Twining Properties, joined by State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg and Cambridge Mayor E. Denise Simmons, today broke ground on Mass+Main, a 308,000 square foot development in Cambridge’s Central Square. The project will create 308 mixed-income apartments and 17,000 square feet of retail overlooking Lafayette Square, on the MBTA’s Red […]

Central Square’s Mass + Main on its way to altering the Cambridge skyline

195-foot tower by Tom Acitelli | November 16, 2017 Construction has started on Mass + Main, a project that will add three buildings and 306 apartments to Cambridge’s Central Square. One of those buildings will run to 19 stories and 195 feet, placing it among the tallest in Cambridge (though a proposal down the road […]

Central Square tower looms over changing neighborhood

By Tim Logan, Globe Staff | November 14, 2017 The look of Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square hasn’t changed much for decades, with its mishmash of squat storefronts and low-rise brick buildings from an earlier time. That’s about to change. Construction is beginning on a 19-story apartment tower at the corner of Mass. Ave. and […]

Mass+Main development can go forward; settlement with Elks Lodge ends challenge

April 24, 2017 | Cambridge Day Marc Levy A settlement between the Massasoit Elks Lodge and developer Twining Properties will allow its Mass+Main project – and its 283 units of housing – to go forward in Central Square, a Twining executive said Monday. “We are pleased to say we have reached an agreement,” said Bob […]

Two New Cambridge Apartment Buildings Receive Green Light

February 14, 2017  | If you’re looking for want to rent in Cambridge, things are looking up. A pair of proposed apartment buildings named Mass + Main received unanimous approval from the Cambridge Planning Board in January to begin development in the Central Square area of town … read more – online article » […]

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions | February 2017 Update

1. Q. Who is the team behind the development? 1. A. [ t ] TwiningProperties is the developer, well-known in the Cambridge and Boston area for their mixed-use, urban, transit-oriented developments with a strong emphasis on housing and local retail uses. Working closely with the East Cambridge community, Twining developed two apartment buildings, Watermark Kendall East & West, […]

Project Approved

January 28, 2017  | Approved approximately 280,000 square foot mixed-use transit-oriented development at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Main Street in the heart of Cambridge’s Central Square. Mass + Main will construct approximately 306 residential apartments and over 17,000 square feet of retail … read more – online article » »