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Property details

At a Glance
NEW OWNERSHIP! Legacy Park Lawrence Offers Designer One, Two and Three Bedroom Apartments and Townhomes! Energy Star, Verizon FiOS and a GREAT location!
Why Live Here?
NEW OWNERSHIP! Legacy Park Lawrence has everything you are looking for and more! We offer spacious one, two, or three bedroom apartments and townhomes, all with designer maple cabinets, generous closets, energy efficient appliances, and large windows. All apartment homes are also internet/cable ready. We are located close to Routes 93 & 495, just minutes from shopping, dining, the beach, and the city. At Legacy Park Lawrence, you can have it all.
Amenities
  • Laundry
  • Package Receiving
  • Short Term Lease
  • Gate
  • On-site Management
  • Storage Space
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Elevator
  • Near Public Transit
  • 24-Hour Availability
  • Parking
  • Spanish Speaking Staff
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Federal Energy Star Partner
  • Elevator Access and ADA Accessibility
  • Indoor Mail Center
  • Direct Access to Route 495/93
  • Controlled Building Access
  • Member of United States Green Building
  • Verizon FiOS
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: Please call for details.
Parking
Street
Ample Off-Street Parking
Building Information
  • Units: 104

 

About Lawrence, MA


For a small town, Lawrence, Massachusetts produces a wide variety of goods that end up in homes around the world. Located along the shores of the Merrimack River, Lawrence has long been known as a manufacturing mecca. Products made in Lawrence include textiles, electronics, and paper products. One of the largest mills in the world, the Wood Mill, was once the heart of production in Lawrence, and was powered solely by the water in the Merrimack River.