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Meet The Andi: Here’s Why You Should Move There

You deserve a little luxury in your life, right?  Well, The Andi is a new luxury building featuring studios to 3-bedroom units with gorgeous high-end details, walk-in closets, private balconies, concierge service and pool complete with sundeck and cabanas.   Sort of makes your third floor apartment, with drafty windows and dated kitchen seem a little shabby, doesn’t it? Here are 3 reasons you should be moving to The Andi!

Location, location, location

Located in one of Boston’s most connected and up and coming neighborhoods, The Andi sits right where Dorchester and South Boston meet.  It’s perfectly situated for a quick commute downtown and an even quicker trip to all the neighborhood hot spots in Southie and Dot. The Andi is located just a short walk from the Red Line which makes it a very commuter-friendly location.

Convenience

The South Bay Center is The Andi’s front yard! From groceries to home decor – in addition to retail therapy, grab-and-go meals to full-service dining.  It’s right outside your door! There’s even a new luxury AMC Theater!  

Choice & Options

The Andi offers a variety of floor plan options and layouts, every one of which has an impressive amount of storage space and lots of room to stretch out. Whether you need a studio or a 3-bedroom, there are plenty choices!  The Andi also offers parking spaces for a monthly of fee $200-$250 – which is a steal compared to the $300-$375 fee other local competitors are charging.  

Sneak a peek at some of the other fabulous features you can find in The Andi’s apartments:

○  Wood Plank Flooring

○  In-unit Washers and Dryers

○  Ample Storage and Closet Space

○  Oversized Windows

○  Moen Fixtures

○  Under-cabinet Lighting

○  Moveable Kitchen Islands

○  Stainless Steel Appliances

To learn more about The Andi or to schedule a tour – visit here!

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.