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At a Glance
Excellent Location and Affordably Priced
Why Live Here?
Davis Commons represents a unique opportunity for you to make your home in the desirable southeast corner of Brockton, Massachusetts. Our one, two, and three bedroom apartments offer plenty of space, light, and comfort.

Located in a quiet, residential neighborhood bordering conservation lands, Davis Commons offers the convenience of a city location combined with the beauty of trees and open spaces. From the bus stop in front of Davis Commons, you can travel anywhere in Brockton or beyond. And, in less than 5 minutes you can be at the commuter rail station, with only a 35 minute ride to downtown Boston. Ample off-street parking is available for residents and guests. One of the best elementary schools in the area is within easy walking distance.

In the heart of Davis Commons is our free standing Resident Community Center offering a wide range of social and educational activities for people of all ages. Residents are our top priority here at Davis Commons. When you move into Davis Commons you become part of our Community. Experience the Difference Today!
Amenities
  • Community Play Area for Tots
  • Cloths Care Center with High Efficiency Washer/Dryers
  • Gated Community
  • 24 Hour Maintenance
  • All Utilities Included In Rent!
  • Ample Off Street Parking for Residents and Guests
  • Daily Resident Activities
  • 5 Minutes from Commuter Rail to Boston
  • Beautiful Landscaped Grounds
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: Cats Only - Call for Details
Parking
Surface Lot
Building Information
  • Built: 1972
  • Units: 200
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 12 months

 

About Brockton, MA


Brockton is a town with quite the unique history. Dubbed “The City of Champions” due to its affiliation with local pugilist legends Rocky Marciano and “Marvelous” Marvin Hagler as well as being the hometown for Thomas Edison’s first foray into electricity grids, they have a record of both brains and brawn here in this suburban Massachusetts town of roughly 100,000. Whether it is sports or the arts, you are sure to find something for everyone here.