Echelon Seaport

Known as Boston’s most anticipated residential address, Echelon Seaport pairs stylish condominiums with a whole new level of lifestyle and design. The three-tower construction will boast 50,000+ square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities. If you dream it, Echelon will have it. Amenities include two outdoor pool terraces, fitness facilities, an indoor relaxation pool, a golf simulator, a library, a children’s playroom, and sky-high lounges. Developers say the amenities are an extension of the home, bringing people together and creating connectivity.

Residents will enjoy a close proximity to the Financial District, South Station, Logan Airport, Boston Harbor and all major transportation.

Echelon Seaport is set to start opening in 2019. It plans to have 717 apartments and condominiums total, with most condos.

SEPIA at Ink Block

SEPIA is the newest luxury seven-story condominium building coming to Boston’s South End. To be built in the Ink Block development on the former Boston Herald site at Traveler Street (with sales office at 401 Harrison Ave), this 83-unit residence offers a variety of floor plans: studios, one plus den, two- and three-bedrooms. This building is all about luxury, lifestyle and convenience with amenities that include a concierge, state of the art fitness center, residents’ lounge with an entertaining kitchen, a bike storage room as well as a stunning rooftop pool and sun deck. The pet-friendly building will offer an on-site dog washing service. A Hubway bike station, an electric car charging station and Zipcars will be on-site, too. Extra storage and underground garage parking are available for an additional fee. The finishes are tasteful and contemporary—stainless appliances, gas cooking, hardwood flooring, stone countertops, wood as well as white lacquer cabinetry, neutral tile and backsplash options, tiled showers, and an in-unit washer and dryer. Some units also have a private terrace or patio. SEPIA is offering buyers a choice in finishes during the pre-construction period. Along with four unique residential buildings, Ink Block will house restaurants and shops, as well as a Whole Foods Market, what will be Boston’s largest to date, that residents can access with their own separate entrance. The community offers easy access to renowned South End restaurants, the SoWa markets, galleries, shops and public transportation. Additionally, the city of Boston is rebuilding Harrison Avenue with new sidewalks, bike lanes, storefronts and lighting… creating a fresh, new feel in this neighborhood.

Somerset

The Somerset is a classic, seven-story stone and concrete building with turn of the century charm and the modern amenities of a full service luxury building. Residents have the benefits of a 24/7 concierge, a new fitness room, and a rare outdoor pool and patio with a BBQ area exclusively for residents, adding a unique social component to living here. Garage parking is one of the desirable features of this building, either included or for rent. Residences range in size from studios to four bedrooms, predominantly on one living level, and finish levels vary. The desirable Back Bay location is just a block from the T; a quick walk to Newbury Street’s fashionable shops and restaurants as well as the Prudential Center and Copley Place malls; and within walking distance to Symphony Hall, the Berklee School of Music and Northeastern University. Access to Storrow Drive and Longwood Medical area are very convenient, too. With the Esplanade nearby and Commonwealth Mall right outside your door, you’ll have ready access to pathways and green space for exercise, enjoyment, and walking your dog.

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.

Harbor Towers I and II

The Harbor Towers, located on the Boston Harbor and the Rose Kennedy Greenway, is comprised of twin luxury residential towers and is known to be one of the most reasonably priced luxury waterfront developments in Boston. These 41-story (40 floors) modern towers feature some unparalleled majestic views of Boston Harbor and the downtown skyline. Many of the residences have private, outdoor areas, and the building is known for its beautiful private outdoor pool and landscaped grounds. This location offers convenient urban living, a community feel and it’s within walking distance to many area attractions such as New England Aquarium and Faneuil Hall, as well as Boston’s North End (“Little Italy”) and the Financial District. MBTA public transportation as well as easy access to highways, South Station and Logan Airport make Harbor Towers very accessible.

Union Wharf

A landmark on Boston’s waterfront, Union Wharf is an historical three-building complex that was converted in 1978 to residential and commercial condominiums, loft-style units and townhomes, and rehabbed in 2001 to provide contemporary comfort and style. Residences are one- to three-bedrooms, and range from nearly 1,000 to over 3,000 square feet. While the façade maintains an historical feel, residences are modern and luxurious. With exposed brick and beam interiors, units may be totally renovated with state of the art features, fantastic harbor or skyline views, as well as private balconies or decks. Amenities include a heated outdoor pool, secure deeded parking, guest parking, and marina slips are available, too. Located on the Harbor footpath, Union Wharf is just steps from all the attractions of the North End and Waterfront, downtown Boston, the Financial District, Faneuil Hall, The Rose Kennedy Greenway, public transportation, and within easy access to major highways.

Macallen Building

The Macallen Building is the second phase of the Court Square Press condominium development by Pappas Enterprises. This full service luxury building features 140 contemporary residences with over 30 different floor plans, including lofts, studios and one to three bedroom units, with some duplexes and triplexes, many with floor to ceiling walls of glass. It is Boston’s first LEED-certified residential property, offering its residents environmentally conscious and sustainable living, and incorporates high-end finishes and full service luxury amenities such as a concierge, an outdoor heated 60 foot lap pool on a 20,000 square foot landscaped terrace, on-site garage parking, a viewing and entertainment space, and a fitness center (in Court Square Press, located next door). The neighborhood offers restaurants and pubs, a yoga studio, direct access to major highways and a T stop steps away. This is one of the up and coming areas to call home.

Lewis Wharf

Lewis Wharf is a charming, six-story brick and stone building on Boston’s waterfront. Originally built in the 1830s as a home to clipper ships, the building was converted to condominiums in 1972. The 90 residences located on the top four floors are distinguished with high ceilings, original exposed brick walls and pine beams, and many offer private balconies and exceptional water views. The first two levels consist of 41 commercial spaces. Residents benefit from amenities including a concierge, seasonal outdoor pool, beautifully landscaped gardens, a common roof top, and secure reserved parking (rental). Situated between Commercial and Union Wharfs, Lewis Wharf is conveniently located minutes from the historic and culturally rich North End with its many restaurants, cafes and boutiques, as well Boston’s HarborWalk attractions, the Financial District, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall. The T is a short walk, making the lifestyle here very easy and accessible.

Court Square Press

Court Square Press developed by Pappas Enterprises, is a six-story mid-rise full service building with an open central courtyard. Originally a printing press factory, the building was gut renovated and converted into loft-style condominiums in 2003, featuring a mix of original high ceiling, brick and beam and new construction with open contemporary interiors. Amenities include a concierge, gym, function/TV room, an outdoor heated pool and patio, gas grills and as well as garage and outdoor parking. Some residences enjoy private deck spaces.  Many units have city views and a true loft feel. Amenities are shared with the Macallen Building, another Pappas development. Located in South Boston conveniently situated across from the Broadway T,  and steps from Allele and Lofts at 36 A, residences have easy access to other Boston neighborhoods and highways. Neighborhood restaurants, pubs, cafes and yoga are also within steps and downtown Boston, South End restaurants and the Harbor Walk are within a five to ten minute walk.