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.
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.
The InterContinental is a new, luxury 21-story glass and granite high-rise with residences starting on the 14th floor. Located on the Waterfront at Fort Point Channel and the new Rose Kennedy Greenway, it is one of the most coveted luxury residential buildings in Boston. The homes boast high-end contemporary finishes, spectacular harbor and city views, a wonderful outdoor patio, some private terraces, a doorman and the world-class amenities of the InterContinental Hotel including the spa, restaurants, room service and concierge. The InterContinental is within walking distance to Boston attractions and venues including new Seaport restaurants, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, the Boston Convention Center, the North End (“Little Italy”), Chinatown and the Boston Tea Party Museum. At the base of the Financial District, the InterContinental is minutes to the airport, train and several highways, making this magnificent residence exceptionally convenient.