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At a Glance
Newest Apartment in Franklin!
Why Live Here?
Whether you take the express train or the fast lane, when you come home to Union Place, you open the door to a luxury apartment that will stop you in your tracks. Ideally located between Boston and Providence and home to Deans Colleges 100-acre campus, Franklin offers a quaint home town atmosphere within easy reach to city conveniences. Locally, you will enjoy Wrentham Village Outlets, Concerts on the Common, Golf at Tweeter Center at Great Woods, biking and hiking at Franklin State Forest Park, ice skating at Veterans Memorial Ice Rink or a New England Patriots Game at Gillette Stadium. Just 2 min to the park and less than 45 min to the cities.
  • State-of-the-art fitness center
  • Professional on-site management and maintenance team
  • Elegant Elevator Buildings
  • Community Clubhouse
  • FREE open air parking/Garage parking available
  • Controlled building access
  • Cardio and Strength Training
  • Guest intercom entry system in each building
  • Ask about Berkshire Perks
  • Heated Swimming Pool with Sundeck
  • 24hr. Business center
  • Wired for high-speed internet
  • Awesome Location minutes to I-495
  • 24-hr online rent payments and service requests
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: We love your Furry Friends! No Weight Limit. There is a $200 Pet Fee. Also, $25/Cat and $50/Dog pet rent applies per pet. Please call for more of our pet policy and breed restriction details.
Garage Lot
Free Open Air Parking-Garage Parking available-$100-$125/mo
Building Information
  • Built: 2005
  • Units: 300
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 1-13


About Franklin, MA

The Town of Franklin was incorporated in 1778 under the name of Exeter. However, the name was changed to honor Statesman Benjamin Franklin and in return, he donated 116 books to the library where they remain today. The largest Catholic church in the area is also located in the city and has over 15,000 members. With current amenities, Franklin has plenty to offer residents, yet it retains a charm that can only be found in a small town community.