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Munroe Place

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1205 Hancock Street



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Each of the 111 luxury apartments at Munroe Place boasts modern amenities and a relaxed atmosphere that puts tenants at ease from the moment they arrive. Attractive one- and two-bedroom floor plans include large windows with sweeping views, wall-to-wall carpeting and spacious closets along with central air conditioning for added comfort. High-speed Internet, cable television and in-home washer/dryers provide convenience for all residents.

Hardwood cabinets and modern appliances come standard in every kitchen at Munroe Place. Dishwashers and above-range microwaves provide convenience while full-sized refrigerators offer plenty of food storage space. Select units include a breakfast bar for casual morning dining. Residents can also enjoy the company of their neighbors at the bi-monthly communal breakfast down in the lobby.

From Munroe Place, it's just a short walk to Quincy Center and a fast 22-minute trip to Boston via the Red Line, which can be picked up at the adjacent Quincy Center T station. Tenants who travel by car can quickly access routes 1, 3, 128 and 93 from this central area. Convenient shopping and dining destinations are located right in the building on the ground floor for residents to enjoy any time.

Building amenities at Munroe Place include a 24-hour fitness center with both cardio and strength machines as well as a social room where tenants can gather and relax. This inviting communal atmosphere includes a pet-friendly policy that allows cats on the premises.

Underground garage parking and controlled access to both the garage and the building provide reliable security for residents of Munroe Place. Commuters can rest assured knowing that they have parking spots waiting for them when they arrive home and that their belongings are always safe inside the apartment units. All tenants enjoy the peace of mind that comes with reliable onsite security.

Just a step from the MBTA Quincy Center Red Line at 1205 Hancock Street, Munroe Place Residences are also easily within walking distance from all the shopping, restaurants and entertainment downtown Quincy has to offer.

One-bedroom, one-bath apartment options range in size from the 816-square-foot Park Street floor plan to the 1,157-square-foot Downtown Crossing plan. Two-bedroom, two-bath options range in size from the 1,272-square-foot Wollaston floor plan to the 1,394-square-foot Quincy Adams plan.

Each carpeted, cable-ready unit features central heat and air conditioning and generous-sized closets. Extra storage is also available for those "necessities." The contemporary kitchen is equipped with energy-efficient appliances, including a refrigerator, a microwave and a dishwasher.

With your in-unit washer and dryer, you can skip taking the time to visit the commercial laundromat and conveniently take care of the laundry at home.

Select units feature a patio or balcony for those private outdoor moments.

The gated, secure, controlled-access community offers on-site management and maintenance, elevator and package receiving and recycling services. The convenient business center with high-speed Internet allows entrepreneurs to work on site and avoid time-consuming commutes.

The state-of-the-art fitness center lets you work out no matter what the weather may bring, and you can store your bicycle in a bike rack as you wait for spring riding. In the meantime, you can park your vehicle in the on-site garage, but why drive downtown when you have an on-site convenience store, dry cleaner and Starbucks at your fingertips?

The community is cat friendly and welcomes your feline companion who can share the coziness of your home with you.

Quincy Center Neighborhood

Encompassing the entire downtown area of the City of Quincy, Quincy Center is the site of City Hall, several office buildings and churches, the Thomas Crane Public Library and many retail shopping establishments. The Quincy Center MBTA station offers access to the subway, bus service and a large garage for parking.

Named after Reverend John Hancock, father of U.S. Founding Father John Hancock, the historic Hancock Cemetery on Hancock Street was founded around 1640 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The unique gravestone markings include winged cherubim, Federalist classical motifs and granite quarrying and carving. In 2016, the cast iron fence, its gates and arches were restored. Future updates will include replacement of the chain link fence with era-appropriate iron picket and granite pier fencing, reparation of the paths with concrete, reparation of benches and restoration of the tombs.

Neighborhood Restaurants

No matter what type of cuisine you prefer, you're sure to find your favorite among the variety of eateries in Quincy Center. Featured in such popular periodicals as The Patriot Ledger, the Boston Herald, Boston magazine and Boston Restaurant Talk, Fuji's of West of Chestnut at 1420 Hancock invites patrons to enjoy "The Culinary Journey of a Lifetime."

Fuji's Japanese-flavored meals begin with authentic appetizers, including tempura, braised pork belly with taro, Fuji's own chicken tenders and salmon wonton chips. For the soup course, you have a choice of such favorites as the classic spicy Sichuan-style hot and sour soup or wonton soup in a silky broth.

Now it's time for one of Fuji's delectable Japanese entrees, such as chicken, rib eye or sake on a hot plate and drizzled in a sweet and savory teriyaki sauce and served with steamed vegetables. You can also choose from a number of sushi entrees. Top off your experience with mango fried ice cream.

For those who prefer genuine New Orleans Cajun-style seafood, there's the convenience and affordability of Shaking Crab. Offering both dine-in and takeout meals, Shaking Crab is known for its fresh seafood and southern-style sweet tea.

Beginning with appetizers, including their BBQ, buffalo, Cajun or shakin' chicken wings or tenders, fried oysters or sweet potato fries, you can be certain you'll have an authentic Cajun dining experience at Shaking Crab. A battered catfish or shrimp basket served with fries is a quick, easy meal. Sandwich specialties include the toasted House salad lobster roll and catfish, shrimp and calamari po' boys. Clam chowder and Cajun-style gumbo are among Shaking Crab's mouth-watering soups.

If your idea of a perfect dining experience includes both Italian and American cuisine in a homey cafe environment, Craig's Cafe is the place to stop for a quick bite to eat or a leisure cup of coffee with neighbors or friends.

Open daily at 7 a.m. and serving breakfast and lunch, Craig's also serves dinner beginning at 5 p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays and brunch Saturdays and Sundays.

For breakfast, Craig's menu includes such popular poached egg plates as Craig's Benedict on a toasted English muffin with breakfast ham and homemade hollandaise sauce and served with home fries, the Vermont Benedict on a toasted English muffin topped with goat cheese and sautéed spinach and the Crab Cake Benedict topped with sautéed spinach and roasted red peppers.

Regionally-popular sandwiches include the house-made chicken cranberry salad served with lettuce and tomato on wheat toast, the crab cake on grilled sourdough with lettuce, tomato, red onion and mayo and the grilled shrimp Caesar wrap with shaved Parmesan cheese, romaine lettuce and croutons. A great New England-style salad to try is the cranberry apple salad with grilled marinated chicken, craisins, sliced apples, goat cheese and candied walnuts served on romaine lettuce and drizzled with balsamic vinegar dressing.

For dinner, you'll find many surf 'n turf choices on Craig's menu, including marinated steak tips and seared scallops served with garlic mashed potatoes and a vegetable, pecan-crusted cod and steak tips served with risotto and a vegetable and grilled shrimp and marinated steak tips.

Named Sports Illustrated's Best Sports Bar in America, the Fours Restaurant and Sports Bar is dedicated to celebrating the entire Boston sports industry and its fans. Periodicals such as the Boston Globe, TV Diner and Phantom Gourmet have critiqued the Fours' food and declared it to be the "stuff of champions." The gathering place of both sports legends and their fans, the Fours is an ideal place to hold a special event, such as a birthday, graduation or anniversary.

The Fours' Hall of Famers lunches include their Bobby Orr House Special sandwich, featuring hand-cut charbroiled steak tips with melted cheese served on a fresh braid roll, the Larry Bird sandwich featuring grilled chicken topped with oven-roasted tomatoes, caramelized onions, Provolone cheese and pesto on Tuscan sourdough bread and the classic Jack Nicklaus wrap, featuring Caesar salad topped with grilled chicken in a whole wheat tortilla.

Hearty "souper bowl" soups include Southpaw Texas chili served with melted cheddar cheese and nachos and homemade New England clam chowder.

For unique Indian cuisine, Sher-a-Punjab at 1237 Hancock is noted for their high-quality ingredients and contemporary twist to their classic Indian dishes. The restaurant's menu offers both eat-in and takeout options, as well as catering service. From the hot and spicy Mulligatawny Bay soup to such modern Indian entrees as mango chicken and lamb shank and chicken or shrimp curry, you're sure you're getting authentic Indian dishes at Sher-a-Punjab.

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