By John Ellement, Globe Staff
Salem has its bewitching history, but Beverly has its history of producing shoemaking machinery — and a new apartment complex on the shores of the Danvers River named after the Inuit Goddess of the Sea, Sedna.
The complex, by The Procopio Cos. and architect DMS Design, welcomed its first tenants in October, and is expected to be completed in early 2021. The exteriors of its two buildings are white with black windows and railings, a monochromatic design that creates a visual landmark for residents and boaters alike that allows for the buildings “to be a canvas for shadows and reflections off the water,’’ according to its brochure. The three-story buildings sit on a point of land adjacent to the MBTA commuter rail tracks and another regional landmark, known to locals as the Beverly-Salem Bridge and formally as Veterans Memorial Bridge (Route 1A). Inside, the nautical … [ FULL ARTICLE ]