Weymouth Landing opens apartment/retail complex

Anden Apartments co-owner Nick Delegas said his new 87-unit apartment complex, recently opened in Weymouth Landing, would be “a huge benefit” for the town’s nearby businesses.  

“It will bring in more residents, and they will help make the Landing more lively,” said Delegas, a co-principal with Delegas Brothers Inc. “It’s a very big plus for this area.”

The five-story complex has 87 dwellings that consist of studio and multi-bedroom units.

“We have five or seven tenants,” Delegas said. “We expect to have 25 people living here by the end of May.” 

Weymouth District 2 Town Councilor Maureen Kiely said future apartment tenants would make the Landing “more pedestrian-friendly.”

“You can see that happening at Fuel America coffeehouse, which is at the top of the Landing,” she said. 

Fuel America Coffeehouse Cafe recently opened in the Weston Park Apartment complex in Weymouth Landing. Wicked Local Photo/ Ed Baker

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Kiely said she believes Delegas won’t have difficulty filling the apartment complex.

“It’s a unique property with public bus transportation available in front of the building and (commuter train service) in the back,” she said. “That is a neat feature for someone that does not own a vehicle.”

Kiely said the MBTA train station would encourage some young professionals that live in Boston to reside at Anden Apartments.