Year Built2017 (Estimated)
Featuresbike storage, central air, club room/lounge, common roof deck/terrace, concierge/doorman, elevator (common/direct access), fitness center/room, garage parking, in-unit laundry, On-site restaurants and retail, On-site Whole Foods Market, On-site Zipcar and Hubway, pet-friendly (with restrictions), private balconies/terraces/decks, security,
Siena joins Sepia as the next luxury condominium project at Ink Block in the South End on the former Boston Herald site at Traveler Street (with the sales office at 401 Harrison Ave). Slated for occupancy in fall 2017, this full-service building will offer 79 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, including maisonettes (street-level town homes with private front door entries). Siena is all about luxury, lifestyle and convenience with amenities that include a 24/7 concierge, a fully equipped fitness center, clubroom lounge, a computer-controlled access system, bike storage, and a stunning rooftop “sky lounge” and connecting outdoor roof deck complete with fabulous skyline views. Residents can have access to the Ink Block pool via a separate membership fee. There’s also Hubway bike rental and Zipcar on-site, as well as access to the brand new Whole Foods South End along with planned restaurants and retail stores at Ink Block. Underground garage parking spaces are available for an additional fee. Siena’s finishes showcase high-style architecture and design: contemporary kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel Bosch appliances, gas cooktops, quartz countertops, tiled showers with glass enclosures and an in-unit washer and dryer. Some units have a private balcony and maisonettes come with a walk out patio. The Ink Block community is just steps away from renowned South End restaurants, the SoWa open market, galleries, shops and public transportation. An adjacent new park with a planned boardwalk, dog park, arts and cultural events is scheduled for 2016. Storefronts with restaurants and outdoor eating, as well as infrastructure improvements (sidewalks, bike lanes and street lights) are transforming this part of the South End neighborhood to a very desirable place to live.