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.

One Charles South

One Charles is new residential construction by Millennium Partners, the developer of the Ritz Towers. Contemporary and sophisticated, this luxury high-rise full service condominium has two towers, one north facing with spectacular views of the Boston Common and one south facing offering fantastic city views. Homes have high ceilings, wood flooring and high-end finishes and appliances (including gas cooking), and some feature private balconies as well. Residents enjoy an on-site fitness room with a sauna, and a private club room for additional quiet space or entertaining. On site garage parking is convenient… self-park or valet. Located just one block off of Boston Common and the Public Garden, One Charles residents are within walking distance to Newbury Street, charming Beacon Hill, the Copley Place and Prudential Center malls, South End restaurants, the Theatre District and other night life options. In addition to fine dining at the on-site restaurant, one never has to go too far for a myriad of restaurants, from casual to fine dining. If you are looking for a lower key, luxury urban lifestyle, you will find it at One Charles.

Belvedere

The Belvedere is one of Boston’s most coveted luxury condominium residences in Boston. Situated in the heart of Back Bay, this boutique crescent shaped 11- story building offers an ambiance of contemporary and tasteful elegance. It features 61 residences in an 11-story limestone and glass high rise (including 2 retail floors). Residences boast spectacular views of the Christian Science Plaza and its reflecting pool designed by the firm of I.M. Pei or a courtyard with manicured landscaping. Luxury amenities include concierge, doorman, garage parking (valet or self-park), library, dining room and kitchen for catering private parties, room service, and a roof terrace with breathtaking views of Boston. In addition to the luxurious lifestyle at The Belvedere, residents have the benefit of direct access to the shops and restaurants at the Prudential Center Mall and Copley Place as well as Fitcorp, and steps to Shaw’s supermarket and public transportation. Within short walking distance to Newbury Street, Boylston Street and the hip South End restaurants and cultural venues such as Symphony Hall, the Berklee Performance Center and the Huntington Theatre Company, the Belvedere offers the ultimate in city living.

44 Prince Street

44 Prince is the newest luxury condominium building in Boston’s historic and vibrant North End. This mid-rise six-story brick and stone building captures European charm with contemporary high-end finishes and appliances. Residences are loft style or town homes, single level or duplexes, some with private balconies or patios, over-sized windows, fabulous views, hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, stainless appliances, granite countertops, gas fireplaces, in-unit laundry, central air and coveted garage parking. In addition to North End character, restaurants, bakeries, shops and boutiques, 44 Prince is just steps from the Boston’s Waterfront area, Financial District, Government Center and North Station, and not far from the up and coming Seaport/Innovation District. It is ideally situated for those who work downtown since it’s accessible by foot or public transportation. It’s also conveniently located within minutes of 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.

Grandview

The Grandview is a boutique, luxury 18-story brick and stone building on the Boston Common featuring some of the most stunning park, city and water views. The lobby is intimate, contemporary and elegantly appointed with a mezzanine lounge area for residents to enjoy. The rooftop terrace captures tremendous views of the Charles River. Residences are primarily floor throughs with many over 2,000 square feet and some private balconies. Residences vary reflecting owner renovations. The Grandview’s central location makes it very accessible by foot to the Theatre District, Emerson College’s new Paramount Center, the Sports Club/LA at the Ritz Millennium, Downtown Crossing, the Financial District, as well as Back Bay and Beacon Hill shops and restaurants. Public transportation is within steps. Living at the Grandview offers an elegant lifestyle amidst urban vibrancy.

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.

Clarendon

The Clarendon is a classically elegant, new construction, 33-story, 103 luxury residence full service condominium designed by world-renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects and developed by the Related Companies and Beal Companies. Featuring graciously appointed high end contemporary style residences beginning on the 15th floor, The Clarendon offers some of the most captivating views of the downtown skyline, the Charles River and Boston Harbor and a luxurious lifestyle with world class services and amenities including a concierge, library, conference room, an Equinox fitness club, a spectacular rooftop terrace, Assouline lounge and entertainment area, the on-premise Post 390 restaurant and valet garage parking. Residents have access to floors three through thirteen feature high end rental apartments (One Back Bay) with a separate entrance on Clarendon Street. Ideally situated in Back Bay, The Clarendon blends luxury with location… within walking distance to restaurants, shopping, cultural venues and public transportation in the Back Bay and South End, for the ultimate sophisticated urban lifestyle.