Assembly Row’s Phase 2 expansion is underway. Take a peek at the row’s latest additions and what’s headed there this summer.
This spin studio will round out FITRow, the square’s center for different exercise classes including pilates and boxing. CYCLEBAR is slated to open at the end of June.
Assembly Row has all kinds of outdoor activities planned for this summer (including Dancing on the Row on June 8), and these new Bocce courts bring the square into the sports realm. Social Boston Sports will hold a Bocce league at Assembly Row starting this month, according to spokespeople from Federal Realty, the agency developing Assembly Row.
Somerville’s first high-rise apartment building welcomed its first residents in the fall, and is now 75 percent leased, according to a Montaje spokesperson. The luxury building includes an artist/maker space, an outdoor pool, a common lounge area, and a fitness-on-demand studio where residents can conjure up fitness videos with the click of a button. One-bedroom apartments start at about $2,700/month, according to the spokesperson. Montaje coincides with Assembly Row’s Phase 2, which Federal Realty representatives say is making the square a more residential area. Montaje will have a sky deck with beautiful views of the city once construction is complete, according to the representatives.
A hotel will join the square this August, which will share a building with the sold-out Alloy condos.
This factory outlet is new to the Row within the last week. The store incorporates nods to its location, with television screens showing videos of Red Line trains and the Boston skyline.
The Smoke Shop BBQ
Andy Husbands’s acclaimed Kendall Square restaurant is getting a sibling at Assembly Row sometime this summer, complete with an outdoor patio area.
Setting the Space
This home decor space is the first of its kind in the square, according to Federal Realty representatives.
The Lucky Strike chain’s latest addition opened in Assembly Row last month. Complete with multiple bars, the Assembly location has a greater emphasis on arcade games than its Boston counterpart.