Bridging South Boston’s Past with its future



The Project

The first phase of Washington Village broke ground in Fall 2021, kicking off construction on a cornerstone piece of the larger master planned development. Phase one includes South Standard, 214 residential units anchored by 20,000 square feet of retail space. In addition, this initial phase of Washington Village will deliver The Green, a new public park and programmed open green space, a robust amenity for future public events and neighborhood programs – truly the heartbeat of Washington Village.

South Standard at Washington Village

is a testament to the site’s history as much as it is a signal of what’s to come. The building’s moniker celebrates the best of both worlds – the mix of what’s familiar and what’s to be discovered, the uncharted but in loved territory. The name embraces “South” Boston while setting a new “Standard” in living. Leasing has begun and move-ins are scheduled for the Fall.

As planned, Washington Village will ultimately bring 700+ residential units, 8o,000 square feet of retail space, and additional open green space to the neighborhood. The much-needed housing will feature a variety of options, including middle-income and affordable units. The project, once complete, will be a transformative addition to the Andrew Square neighborhood for generations to come.

Public Amenities

Washington Village will become an inviting gathering place open to all residents, neighbors, and visitors. The park will bring a carpet of green, open, and activated space to this corner of South Boston. Retail will energize the landscape, seating will spill outdoors, and the programming will welcome neighbors from across Boston – establishing The Green as the heart of Washington Village and the surrounding neighborhood. The Green will serve as the connector between the community and Washington Village, providing access to public sidewalks and streets through and along the green space, resulting in activation of the streetscape.



Located at the intersection
of Old Colony and Dorchester Street
in the Andrew Square neighborhood
in South Boston

About the Site

Washington Village is located in the South Boston neighborhood of Andrew Square. The first phase is slated to open in the Fall of 2023, kicking off a master plan and vision nearly 10 years in the making.  In what was once an industrial neighborhood, a revitalized urban community emerges over nearly 5 acres; ideally located just minutes from both downtown and the waterfront. With proximity to public transportation, expanded pedestrian walkways, and expansive open space, the site will attract residents of all ages, while bringing visitors from the South Boston neighborhood, and from the Greater Boston area as well.

Core Investments

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Since the mid 1980s, Core Investments has been at the forefront of value creation. Core believes in improving the quality of life for those who live and work in and around its properties, and is steadfast in bringing lasting value to surrounding neighborhoods.

Samuels & Associates

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Samuels & Associates turns spaces into striking new developments, intelligent design into fast-paced innovation, bricks and mortar into memorable experiences, architectural visions into thriving communities. Community is everything. The team at Samuels & Associates is driven to create inspiring spaces in which to live, work and play, and a strong sense of belonging – for the people of Boston and beyond.

Real Estate Corporation 

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Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation is an SEC Registered Investment Adviser* with decades long experience in real estate investment, finance, development, construction management and asset management. Since 1959, Intercontinental and its affiliates have managed, developed, or owned collectively over $19 billion in real estate property. As of June 30, 2023, Intercontinental manages a real estate portfolio of approximately $14 billion for its clients. Intercontinental investment strategies actively seek opportunities to invest in both Core and Core-Plus properties, as well as in Value-Add operating properties and development projects.

*Registration with the SEC does not imply a certain level of skill or training

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