Located midway between Boston and Cape Cod, Modera Marshfield is a new 330,316 square foot mixed-income multifamily transit-oriented community that provides an ideal coastal living experience. The plan features 248 garden-style direct-entry townhomes and apartment flats spanning 14 buildings. Each building consists of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, with select den layouts. In keeping with the history and tradition of the neighborhood’s low-rise single-family residences, the contextual design features two- and three-story Colonial, Shingle-style buildings with pitched rooflines and white and gray siding.
Sited at the community’s entrance, the clubhouse creates a welcoming focal point, offering a clubroom with a kitchenette, a fitness center, a game lounge, a children’s playroom, work pods, and leasing offices with mail package reception. Muted colors and elegant details provide a refined aesthetic. A resort-style swimming pool, outdoor fireplace and kitchen, playground, and a dog park provide opportunities for resident connectivity. Individual units are designed with custom cabinetry, wood-plank style flooring, stone countertops, and large double-hung windows offering ample natural light.
Residents are afforded walkable access to a variety of attractions, retail, and conveniences, including the Greenbush commuter rail station in the neighboring town of Scituate, commuter boats in Hingham and Hull, and multiple commuter bus options. Interiors in collaboration with Planeta Design Group.