PIER 4

In the city, surrounded by the harbor, PIER 4 lies at the heart of the new Seaport—a skipping stone from Downtown Boston. The residences at PIER 4 offers white glove service that rivals the most luxurious hotel, amenities that make your house a home and hand-selected designer touches. This art deco building will house 106 ultra luxury residential units with private outdoor spaces, top-of-the- line finishes, hardwood flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, abundance of natural light, and crystal clear water views. It is the only Seaport residence surrounded by water on three sides. With direct access to the Financial District, downtown Boston and Beacon Hill, the Seaport District is Boston’s contemporary treasure.

From modern art and cultural exhibits to boutiques, upscale dining choices, exclusive water access, and fitness and wellness options, PIER 4 is what you would expect from luxury living and then some.

 

Lovejoy Wharf

One of the newest condo complexes along the waterfront, at the nexus of the Charles River and Boston Harbor, Lovejoy Wharf prioritizes luxury living, exclusive amenities and spectacular views. The building’s brick façade and long rectangular windows pay homage to Boston’s historic architecture and waterfront heritage, and as the building rises, a faceted glass curtain provides a contemporary edge. The sophisticated property, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, is as luxurious in its offering as its design. The 15-story building will have 157 residences including studios, one-, two, and three-bedroom units—15 floor plans in all. The exquisitely-designed homes feature wide-plank oak flooring, a suite of Gaggeneau and Bosh appliances, quartz kitchen countertops, marble tiled bathroom walls, Kaldewei deep-soaking tubs paired with classic, elegant vanities, and views ranging from the water to the city skyline to area landmarks. Eight units have private roof decks, and all residents can use the spacious and beautifully landscaped terrace on the 12th floor, outfitted with grills, chairs, and plenty of space to relax on a warm day. The building also has a 24-hour doorman and concierge service along with a fitness studio, lounge, library, billiards room, business center, and a children’s room, as well as dog spa, bike storage and a curated collection of additional superior amenities. Prices range from $630,000 for studios to $3 million-plus for three-bedroom units. Lovejoy Wharf’s  central location provides easy walkability throughout the city and offers residents a thriving live-work-play experience. North Station is in close proximity and rental parking is available nearby. Occupancy is slated for late summer, 2017.

50 Liberty

Now under construction in the Boston’s up and coming Seaport District, this 14-story, 120-unit ultra luxury condominium in the heart of Boston’s waterfront is slated for completion in 2018. The building, also developed by Fallon Companies, is adjacent to Twenty Two Liberty, which sold out six months prior to completion. Designed by renowned Elkus Manfred Architects, 50 Liberty will offer homes that range from studios to three-bedrooms, the finest finishes, and breathtaking floor-to-ceiling windows that reflect its relationship with both the water and sky and invite residents to enjoy spectacular and expansive views and the calming inspiration of a remarkable waterfront setting. Additional features include waterfront terraces, two shared green spaces, a 24-hour concierge, a large clubroom for residents, an underground garage, a private shuttle service around the city, and access to an indoor/outdoor health and fitness center. The first floor offers the convenience of Babbo Pizzeria e Enoteca, from famed chef Mario Batali, as well as Committee, a Mediterranean restaurant from George Aboujaoude. Right outside the door is Fan Pier, spanning nine city blocks, providing green spaces, walking paths, a marina, and an eclectic collection of restaurants and retail (including One Seaport Square under construction). The Financial District, Fort Point Channel, the North End and South Station and South End are within walking distance, and all major highways are within easy access. 50 Liberty offers an extraordinary urban experience where living, working and playing are seamlessly integrated on 21 fabulous waterfront acres.

Twenty Two Liberty

With a phenomenal location on the waterfront, Twenty Two Liberty is a 14-story, 118-unit new construction shimmering glass building located at the elbow of the Boston Harbor, where both the inner and outer harbors meet. Designed by world-renowned, award-winning CBT Architects, residences range from studios to three bedrooms with window walls of glass and dramatic ceiling heights, many with spacious balconies or terraces. The building was as thoughtfully designed, as it is stunning—uniquely terraced to bring the water, sky and view to residents without compromising privacy. Living at Twenty Two Liberty is a very special opportunity, from the extraordinary location, to the stunning vistas to the luxurious five-star services. Amenities include a concierge, the residents-only Harbor Club with a deck overlooking Boston’s waterfront, an on-site fitness center, car detailing, salon styling at famed Salon Mario Russo, a sheltered porte cochère and an underground parking garage, where an elevator discreetly whisks residents directly to your own floor. The location at Fan Pier in the Seaport, which links Boston’s central business district to its dynamic waterfront, makes Twenty Two Liberty an unparalleled place to live, work, dine and socialize. Some of Boston’s hottest dining destinations are right in the neighborhood along with culture at the Institute of Contemporary Art with its stimulating exhibits and performances. The ferry commuter boats and water taxis to Logan Airport have conveniently made their pick-up and drop-off points on Fan Pier and Boston’s Silver Line subway has a stop here, too. You can immediately access major highways or take a quick walk across the Old Northern Avenue Bridge to the Financial District, the Fort Point Channel to downtown, Quincy Market or the North End. The South End is in  walking distance, too.

One Dalton

Construction is underway on what will be the Boston’s tallest residential skyscraper: the ultra-luxury One Dalton, the private residences operated by the Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts in the city’s coveted Back Bay neighborhood. The completed tower with its shimmering, curved glass façade will rise 699 feet (61 stories) into the skyline from its base at 1 Dalton Street, next to the Christian Science Plaza. A 211-room Four Seasons hotel (Boston’s second) will be situated in the building’s first 24 floors. Accessible through a separate entrance, floors 25-61 will include 180 private residences with panoramic views from every unit. The homes, designed by renowned architect Henry Cobb, will also feature 11-foot ceilings, fireplaces, bay windows, concierge and doorman services, on-site parking as well as a private restaurant club on the 50th floor. Residents will also have access to the hotel’s amenities including two restaurants, two lounges, and a health club and spa. This new generation of high-rise will meet the needs of buyers looking for an ultra-luxury residence and the lifestyle it provides, along with brand new construction, within an easy walk to the fabulous shopping and dining options on Newbury Street, the Prudential Center, Copley Place, theatre and the Charles River Esplanade, the Public Garden and more. Prices for the condos are expected to be in the range of $2,500 to $3,000 per square foot, reflecting the super luxury design, features and amenities of this world-class residence and its desirable Back Bay location. Completion of this $750,000 million project, developed by Carpenter & Co., is slated for 2018.

Prince Building

Originally the legendary Prince® spaghetti factory, the historic Prince Building on Atlantic Avenue was one of Boston’s first structures to be part of the Waterfront revival that began in the 1960s. This 11-story, concrete and brick building houses 43 residential units—ranging from studios to four bedrooms—and features high ceilings, hardwood floors, fireplaces, period detail, direct elevator access, balconies, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of either the city or the Boston Harbor, just across the street. With its spectacular setting, the Prince Building is situated on the primary footpath of Boston’s dynamic waterfront across the street from Commercial Wharf East and Lewis Wharf and just steps from North End restaurants, downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall, the Financial District, the new Rose Kennedy Greenway, the up and coming Seaport District, public transportation and is within easy access to major highways.

Strada 234

Strada 234 is a 12-story new construction brick and stone luxury loft-style condominium building located in Boston’s North End, near the vibrant Waterfront area. One part is a redevelopment of the old Stop &Shop bakery. The building has an industrial contemporary feel, and includes commercial and retail space on the first six floors, with residences on the upper six levels. Some homes boast incredible views of the Zakim Bridge, Boston’s harbor or skyline, floor to ceiling windows that bring tremendous natural light, and private, multi-level terraces. Original finishes are contemporary and upscale and some owners have customized further with even higher end renovations. Strada 234 offers easy access to North Station, The Greenway and the Financial District, and is minutes from major highways, public transportation and Logan Airport. In addition to a short walk to the TD Garden for sports and entertainment events, there are many eating and drinking establishments nearby, creating a lively neighborhood ambiance.

Residences at Rowes Wharf

Rowes Wharf offers an oasis in the city with some of the finest luxury condominiums in Boston. Nestled on the Waterfront, adjacent to the Boston Harbor Hotel, this luxury brick and stone 16-story high-rise building is comprised of 100 residences, including townhomes. Residences capture tremendous natural light and exceptional harbor and city views; some feature balconies. Amenities include a doorman, concierge, garage parking (valet or self-park) and a common patio facing the harbor, in addition to all the amenities of the luxurious and highly rated Boston Harbor Hotel… concierge, restaurants, room service, function rooms, water transportation, marina, health club, pool, spa and more. Rowes Wharf is conveniently located to all the restaurants, attractions, entertainment events and vibrancy of the Waterfront, the historic North End, Faneuil Hall, the Financial District and the emerging Seaport and Innovation Districts. Its close proximity to multiple forms of public transportation (water taxi, ferries, bus, subway and train), highways and Logan International Airport makes Rowes Wharf highly desirable for the ultimate urban lifestyle.

Parris Landing

Located in Charlestown’s historic Navy Yard, Parris Landing is a stunning conversion of a former nautical machine shop into a luxury community designed by the renowned Philippe Starck. With its heritage shipyard appearance, Parris Landing consists of 367 units within five buildings among beautifully landscaped grounds, and offers floor plans ranging from studios to two-plus bedroom triplex units with a roof deck. Finishes include hardwood and carpet, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, and many units offer breathtaking views of the Boston Harbor and skyline. Numerous full-service amenities include on-site management, a 24-hour concierge, deeded garage parking, a 2,800 square foot fitness center, community room, business center and an outdoor heated pool. Offering an opportune lifestyle for those who work in the city, but want a more serene setting to call home, Parris Landing is conveniently located steps from the water shuttle and a short ride to Boston’s financial district, a short walk to Boston’s North End and is easily accessible to Route I-93 as well as MBTA transportation.

Lincoln Wharf

Lincoln Wharf, a 10 story, brick and stone building, is situated on the primary footpath of Boston’s North End waterfront between Battery Wharf and Union Wharf and adjacent to Burroughs Wharf. It dates back to the 1700s and was converted to a residential building in the early 1980s by the MBTA, becoming the nation’s first residential condo conversion of a power plant. This historical brick building was remodeled again in 2008 and has a variety of floor plans for one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums. Some units have been updated extensively, boast exceptional views of Boston’s harbor and skyline and have a private balcony. Amenities include a concierge, fitness center, lushly landscaped garden/grounds. The location provides easy access to public transportation, major highways, restaurants and shopping in the historic North End and it’s steps from downtown Boston, the up and coming Seaport area and all of the waterfront attractions.