132 Chief Justice Cushing Highway
Cohasset, MA  02025

Retail Leasing Contact:
Lee S. Martino
(908) 673-3736

Residential Leasing Contact:
Pete Vanderweil
(617) 595-8393

Property Plans:
  Site Plan (pdf)

























Old Colony Square at Cohasset Station is a transit-oriented development (TOD) that Connell developed in 2010 next to the new MBTA Greenbush Line rail station on Route 3A in Cohasset, Massachusetts and located about 20 miles south of Boston. 

The development consists of approximately 33,000 square feet of first floor retail plus a separate 3,400 square foot retail pad with drive-thru service.  The second floor of the main building contains 16 high-end, luxury, loft-style residential apartments with private lobby entrance. Garage parking available for residents.

Architectural features for the main building include a “New England Main Street” theme with varying roof heights, different storefronts clad in a combination of brick, clapboard, and shingle, slate-style roof, cupolas and an ornate bell tower with multi-faced clocks, and “pedestrian-friendly” design elements such as onsite bike racks, walking paths to the train station and convenient access to Wompatuck State Park (via adjacent bike path).



























Residential Unit Features

  • Spacious open floor plans
  • Gourment island kitchen
  • Granite countertops
  • Hardwood floors
  • Built in microwave
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Central air conditioning
  • Washer and dryer in unit
  • Gas fireplaces
  • Balconies on select units

Residential Community Amenities

  • Retail locations on first floor
  • Adjacent to Greenbush commuter rail station with direct walking and vehicular access
  • Bike racks and bike path access to Wompatuck State Park
  • Private lobby with 24 hour controlled access entry 
  • Private parking garages available
  • Recreational room with TV lounge, game table and billiards table
  • Direct access off of Route 3A

The retail space at Old Colony Square at Cohasset Station is fully occupied.



Textual Location: 
Cohasset, MA