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LILA DELMAN REAL ESTATE INTERNATIONAL OFFERS CLOCK TOWER RESIDENCES IN PAWTUCKET

 

The Ultimate Choice for Luxury Living in Pawtucket

Lila Delman Real Estate International  is pleased to announce that the first phase of the upscale Clock Tower Residences, a 100-bed residential development in Pawtucket, RI is completed, and 10 new condominiums in the old rectory of St. Mary’s Church are available for sale. Phase two of the 100-unit project, the addition of 24 condominiums in the former St. Mary’s School next door, is expected to commence next spring. Phase three will involve a high-rise of 66 units to be built behind the other two.

Designed by LLB Architects of Pawtucket, each residence is a one-of-a-kind creation of unrivaled grace. These condominiums have been crafted to the highest standards yet retain much of their circa-1892 Second Empire-styled brick character. Residents will enjoy features that include exposed brick and stone walls, meticulously restored oak woodwork, high ceilings, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.

“The Clock Tower Residences are for the luxury home buyer seeking the extraordinary in living environments and looking for the convenience of Pawtucket living,” said Jonathan Annear, Sales Associate with Lila Delman. “Essentially, we’re emphasizing luxury living at a fraction of the cost of what you would expect in the Boston market. The initial phase one condominiums will range in price from $149,999 to $399,999.

Melanie Delman, President of Lila Delman Real Estate International, commented, "Pawtucket is closely connected to Boston and offers affordable alternatives for buyers looking for housing options outside Boston.”