Now Fully Leased!

1 & 2 Bedroom Units

Metropolitan Living!

Spacious one and two bedroom floor plans are in a great central location with access to commuter rail, major highways like Routes 128, 95 and 24, along with short drives to technology and business centers.  Stoughton has a long history with rail service and an evolving vibrant town center that has set the community apart.

The units in this craftsman quality new building have the features of higher end homes.  The kitchens offer premium shaker style cabinets with stylish quartz counter tops, fine fixtures and stainless steel appliances.  Bathrooms are finished using custom tile work, similar style premium cabinets, and again topped with designer quartz countertops.  Living areas offer custom crown molding and trim work, high ceilings and expansive windows throughout enhancing the feel of luxury living.

Enjoyment of the homes goes beyond selection of quality finishes and follows further through to your everyday life.  The engineered floors offer true sound transmission benefits and thick unit and exterior walls have been insulated for energy and sound.  Living at The Drake has been engineered for your enjoyment!

Why Live at The Drake

Spacious Floor Plans
Garage Parking
Commuter Rail
High End Finishes
Unit ID

Our Features

Garage Parking

Each unit has garage parking

Elevator Building

A commanding view without a StairMaster work-out .  Shopping trips, travel, and just getting home even when you have a 4th floor unit.

Easy Commuting Options

If you need to get into the city, jump on the commuter rail or hop on 24 or 128.  Getting north or south is easy. Places like Dan Road and Technology Drive have drive times under 15 min.

What is Close By?

The area has lots of great stuff to offer.  Trails for walking, jogging and bird watching along with shopping and restaurants.

Area Highlights

Commuter Rail

A commuters dream! Check out the schedule for the commuter rail into Boston.

Rail Schedule

Local History

The area has some pretty deep heritage that has helped form the town.  Did you know the building was named for the school that once sat on the site?

Community History & Info