A mixed use tower including the new construction of a 125-room hotel, 200 residential units, a restaurant and an office building is being proposed for downtown Quincy, Massachusetts. Located at 37R and 86 Parkingway the tower is being developed by FoxRock Properties. Demolition at the site and upgrades to water, sewer, drainage and electric utilities have been ongoing. Initial documents show a plan for a six-story, 150,000-square-foot office building along the newly-established General McConville Way, which stretches from where Parkingway meets the Ross Lot to Hancock Street. Also proposed is a seven-story parking garage and 20-story building that would house a two-story, 8,000 square-foot restaurant, 125-room hotel and 200-unit residential building. A detailed proposal for Switchpoint Quincy was presented at a virtual meeting of the planning board at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. The development company is owned by Robert Hale who owns Granite Telecommunications. The development team includes Architect Dimella Shaffer, Arrowstreet Architecture & Design and Walker Consultants.