Somerville’s newest luxury rental community is now leasing Phase 2

Somerville Parc

Somerville has a new resort-style apartment community, Somerville Parc, and it’s now leasing Phase 2 of its new 92 residences, according to an announcement last week.

The new community is now fully leased in its first building located at 200 Parcview Place. The second building, located at 100 Parcview Place, offers even more amenities and will be available for occupancy Dec. 1.

“We are improving and enlarging the current gym and adding even more state-of-the-art equipment,” said Ed Stulak, leasing manager of Somerville Parc. “This building will also be offering residents access to a barbecue area and a host of other amenities.”

Managed by Webster Avenue Management, Somerville Parc features rental apartments with onsite lifestyle conveniences and amenities such as a fitness studio with state-of-the-art equipment, game rooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and charging stations in common areas, electric vehicle charging stations, concierge and package service, Starbucks coffee stations, bicycle racks, storage rooms and free onsite parking. The pet-friendly community allows people and pets to run, romp, play and simply be part of the family. An indoor dog park and children’s outdoor playground are also coming soon.

For those who find themselves working at home, Somerville Parc offers a convenient “work-at-home” lobby retreat that is complete with glass walls. “Residents can also relax in the community lounge, which features a bar area for parties and gatherings, and oversized flat screen televisions,” Stulak said.

Floor plans feature up to 1,061 square feet of living space, 1-2 bedrooms, 1-2 bathrooms, 9-foot ceilings, wide planked wood flooring and free parking. Select floor plans also offer a den and most feature a balcony.

“As you enter each residence, designer touches are evident throughout,” Stulak said. “Every home offers a full-size washer and dryer, as well as an open concept design with living, dining and kitchen arrangements that maximize livability and comfort.”