Year BuiltUnder construction
Residences109 residences, one to two-bedrooms, 577-2,329 square feet
Featuresbike storage, climate controlled storage area, concierge/doorman, dog spa with washing station, fitness center/room, garage parking, in-house car detailing, library, private dining room, private lounge, private roof deck, private roof top cabanas (available as an upgrade), roof deck pool, wifi in all common areas,
The first upscale condos to be built in the vibrant Fenway neighborhood after hundreds of apartments is Pierce Boston. This slender, modern 30-story glass and metal tower, with its soaring panoramic views, is an architectural standout. The 109 luxury condos for sale (there are 240 rental units) are located on the 19th to 29th floors and encompass a mix of studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units plus den, including ten penthouses on each of the top two residential floors. Homes are priced from $850,000 to $5 million.
The units will all have floor-to-ceiling windows with various city views, as well as rich, elegant finishes including hardwood floors in the living and bedroom areas; stone counters, wood cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances in the kitchen, full vanities with stone counters in the spa-like baths and walk-in closets. The exclusive amenities and premium services offered include a sky top pool with an expansive deck, and 18th-floor yoga studio and “Pierce Platinum,” a collection of curated services and events for home owners.
The construction of the Pierce marks the latest chapter in an ongoing transformation of the streets around Fenway Park that began more than a decade ago. When the building is completed in early 2018, residents will be able to walk out their door and find trendy restaurants, a Wegmans supermarket, CityTarget, home furnishing and décor options ranging from West Elm to Home Goods, and a playful, rock rock-’n’-roll-themed hotel called the Verb. Nestled amid green parks, top universities and acclaimed medical centers, Pierce Boston is also just steps away from the Museum of Fine Arts, the Gardner Museum, The Boston Symphony, the New England Conservatory, the House of Blues as well as beloved Fenway Park.