Barnes Mansion

Located in the historic Back Bay, The Barnes Mansion was built as a single family home in 1910 and converted to condos in 1998 after a comprehensive gut-rehab and renovation. The building has retained the graceful feel of a private home with beautiful period detail and features elegant common areas, including a lobby with a fountain and a landscaped courtyard. Homes range from one- to three-bedrooms, and some offer private patios or terraces. Features vary based on owner updates and renovations. The building’s central location makes for easy travel to public transportation, the Charles River, Kenmore Square, Fenway Park, the Emerald Necklace parks and the unique shops and trendy restaurants on Newbury Street.

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.

Fort Point Place

Fort Point Place is a six-story elevator building with brick and beam, loft-style living in Boston’s Fort Point Channel, part of the emerging Seaport District. Homes feature sandblasted original wooden beams, hardwood floors, and warm exposed brickwork from over 100 years ago. The open floor plans allow for personalization so homes vary. Features include 10-foot ceilings, over-sized windows bringing tremendous natural light, kitchens with stainless appliances and granite counters, as well as in-unit laundry and central air.  Residents may enjoy private balconies or private roof deck space with spectacular views of the Boston skyline. A resident superintendent as well as garage and outdoor parking add convenience. Fort Point Place offers access to the HarborWalk (connecting to the Waterfront and Financial District), open artists’ studios, The Institute of Contemporary Art, the T, and is within minutes to South Station and major highways.

Albert A. Pope

The Albert A. Pope building is an elegant nine-story luxury boutique elevator building in Back Bay bordering the South End. Residences boast a contemporary loft style with open kitchen/living space, soaring ceilings, floor to ceiling windows bringing tremendous natural light and some of the most exceptional city views, great for everyday living and entertaining. Amenities include a doorman/concierge, common roof deck with city views, on-site professional management, garage parking and preferred access to the high-end Mistral Restaurant. Finishes vary depending renovations. This residence offers a sophisticated urban lifestyle in a great location within close proximity to restaurants, shopping, cultural venues and health clubs in Back Bay and the South End with the convenience of public transportation (orange and green lines) and major highways minutes away.

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.

Prince on Newbury

The Prince on Newbury is a luxury five-story, mid-rise boutique brick building in the heart of Back Bay, on the corner of Exeter and Newbury Streets. Originally the Prince School, the building was converted to 36 luxury loft-style condominium units in 1987. Floor plans vary. Some units have floor to ceiling windows, multiple levels, private decks and a fireplace. Amenities include a concierge, a fabulous common roof deck with city views and direct access outdoor parking. Just outside your door is walking access to a complete urban lifestyle… restaurants, shopping, public transportation, the Boston Public Library and many cultural venues in Boston’s desirable Back Bay.

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.

Constellation Wharf

Constellation Wharf is a premier waterfront luxury condominium with 64 residences located on Pier 7 in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard. Its clapboard façade and shape were designed to suggest a naval ship. Homes are multi-level, from two-to-four stories, with the typical unit being a three-level townhome with two to four bedrooms in the range of 1,780 to 3,190 square feet. Each residence has spectacular water views, private entrances, private balconies/decks, fireplaces, large open spaces and lots of natural light. Layouts are designed to maximize the views including dramatic sunrises and sunsets along the Boston harbor, Boston skyline and the Zakim Bridge. Residences vary with some high end renovations done recently. The community is gated, with 24 hour security and there is deeded parking, including some attached garages. Constellation Wharf is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Boston, Logan Airport and the North End with easy access to major routes including Storrow Drive, I-93 and The Mass Pike. Public transportation options are available as well, including ferry or water taxi service to all waterfront locations and Logan Airport, free shuttle service to North Station and MBTA bus service.