Now Leasing

The Andrew Square neighborhood, including Dot. Ave and Old Colony Ave. is one of the most up-and-coming parts of South Boston. South Standard at Washington Village is located in the heart of this neighborhood and offers amenities like incredible views, a roof deck with a fireplace and a fitness center, to name a few. And it is now leasing!

South Standard is the first luxury rental building to open in Washington Village, a modern, mixed-use community, which features 214 units with homes ranging from studio to 3-bedroom apartments.  Additional amenities include bike storage, a “groom room” for pets, a terrace with grills, fire pits, green space and dining areas, as well as a roof deck with a fireplace, lounge seating, and a reservable area for private gatherings, all boasting city and water views. The fitness center also includes a flexible yoga room and the community has on-site parking with electric vehicle charging stations.

As for in-unit amenities, the list includes laundry, GE stainless steel appliances, as well as quartz counters and vanities. Select homes also have outdoor terraces, walk-in closets, and dens ideal for home office set-ups.

Just about every kind of transit is accessible from here: The MBTA Red Line at Andrew is a short walk away, I-93 is around the corner, bus stops can be found throughout the neighborhood, and a quick Blue Bike ride is always an easy and fun way to navigate the neighborhood. All are nearly as convenient as calling an Uber.

In this evolving part of the city, South Standard offers a new housing type to complement the existing homes and commercial spaces. The seven-story building also delivers approximately 20,000 SF of retail space on the ground floor to provide new conveniences and services to residents and nearby neighbors. In addition, a new public park is opening alongside the building, welcoming the broader community to the heart of Washington Village in its initial phase.

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One Comment

  1. Kmack September 29, 2023 at 11:31 am - Reply

    Another rooftop noise maker for the rest of the neighboring people. I wonder what the price tag is for all this luxury. I know it certainly not what the original Southie people could afford. I grew up in that neighborhood as a kid, but I wouldn’t give you two cents for it today. I lived there when Southie was Southie. Many years ago.

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