The Boston Globe | By Johanna Seltz
April 12, 2017
A Braintree company plans to start construction this summer on a $20 million condominium project on Weymouth Neck – the peninsula sticking into Boston Harbor between the Fore and Back rivers, and across from the Hingham Shipyard.
The Weymouth Board of Zoning Appeals approved Seascape at Weymouth in late March, after more than a year of meetings between town officials, residents, and developers David and Joseph Iantosca of DAI Property Management.
The six-story building, designed by Sheskey Architects in Quincy, will have 50 condominiums with 14 one-bedrooms and 36 two-bedrooms. David Iantosca estimates prices will be in the $400,000 to $700,000 range.
Iantosca’s father built two other high-rise residential buildings on the 15-acre site in 1988, each with 72 units. The project also is near Weymouthport — a 270-unit high-rise built by another developer in the early 1970s — and the 36-acre Webb Memorial State Park.
Iantosca said Seascape will be the last residential project for his company on Weymouth Neck.