The Quinn is Related Beal’s latest luxury new construction condo project located in the South End’s emerging New York Streets neighborhood. Located at 370-380 Harrison Ave, The Quinn’s design hails from acclaimed Robert A.M. Stern Architects. The Quinn will feature 101 luxury condos ranging from studios to 4 bedrooms. The ground floor will be home to 8,500 sq ft of commercial space. Select units will have roof cabanas with outdoor kitchens and there will be a full slate of resident amenities including 24/7 Doorman, White Glove Concierge Services, Resident Lounge, Common Terrace with Outdoor Kitchen, Game Room, Dog City Pet Spa. Garage parking will be located beneath the building. Prices are expected to start at $800,000 for Studios/Junior 1 Beds and cap out at around $5,000,000+ for 4 Bedroom Penthouses. Sky cabanas will be included with select units and additional cabanas will also be available for purchase. Unit sizes will range from 520 sq ft to 3,000 sq ft. Pre-sales are expected to start in August 2019 with expected completion by late Fall 2020.
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 offer 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.
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.
The Lydon is a signature conversion of a pre-war apartment building into six luxury residences in Boston’s desirable Back Bay, at the intersection of Beacon and Gloucester Streets. This boutique building features concierge and doorman services, exceptional finishes, kitchens with professional-grade appliances and an intimate lifestyle alternative. The building includes two one-bedroom units and three large units with three and four bedrooms. The spectacular penthouse, situated on the top floor of the building offers over 6,300 square feet on two floors, a 3,000 square-foot private roof deck, two fireplaces, two garage parking spaces, direct elevator access and windows on four sides with breathtaking views. The developer is also offering the opportunity to combine two of the units, creating a four bedroom, five-and-a-half bath home with direct elevator access, two parking spaces, a fireplace and the ability for customization. The Lydon is conveniently located within a short walk to the Charles River, sophisticated shops and restaurants, a supermarket, the Public Garden, public transportation and cultural attractions. Completion is anticipated in early 2018.
This 14-story, 120-unit ultra luxury condominium in the heart of Boston’s waterfront was by renowned Elkus Manfred Architects, 50 Liberty offers 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.
Now under construction in Boston’s exciting South End, this nine-story boutique, 33-unit condo brings buyers the benefits of a full-service luxury building, including a concierge, gym, residents’ lounge and garage parking, but with a more intimate, low-key feel. One of the more dramatic conversions underway in the city, The Lucas features a tasteful glass-and-steel addition on the Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory—a stunning marriage of contemporary and classic architecture. The exterior of the Gothic-style structure remains intact, but all interiors are completely new and very sleek, and high-end amenities will complement the luxurious design. Tower units on floors five through eight (two homes per floor with private outdoor space), offering expansive views from the South End to as far away as the Blue Hills on one side and to Downtown Boston on the other.
The Lucas is located within steps to the South Ends’ restaurants, art galleries, shops and an off-leash dog park, near Ink Block with a brand new Whole Foods market, and within easy access to the MBTA Silver Line and Routes 93 and 90, Logan Airport.
Siena joins Sepia as the next luxury condominium project at Ink Block in the South End on the former Boston Herald site at Traveler Street (with the sales office at 401 Harrison Ave). Slated for occupancy in fall 2017, this full-service building will offer 79 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, including maisonettes (street-level town homes with private front door entries). Siena is all about luxury, lifestyle and convenience with amenities that include a 24/7 concierge, a fully equipped fitness center, clubroom lounge, a computer-controlled access system, bike storage, and a stunning rooftop “sky lounge” and connecting outdoor roof deck complete with fabulous skyline views. Residents can have access to the Ink Block pool via a separate membership fee. There’s also Hubway bike rental and Zipcar on-site, as well as access to the brand new Whole Foods South End along with planned restaurants and retail stores at Ink Block. Underground garage parking spaces are available for an additional fee. Siena’s finishes showcase high-style architecture and design: contemporary kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel Bosch appliances, gas cooktops, quartz countertops, tiled showers with glass enclosures and an in-unit washer and dryer. Some units have a private balcony and maisonettes come with a walk out patio. The Ink Block community is just steps away from renowned South End restaurants, the SoWa open market, galleries, shops and public transportation. An adjacent new park with a planned boardwalk, dog park, arts and cultural events is scheduled for 2016. Storefronts with restaurants and outdoor eating, as well as infrastructure improvements (sidewalks, bike lanes and street lights) are transforming this part of the South End neighborhood to a very desirable place to live.
The most talked-about development in the transformation of Downtown Boston is Millennium Tower, a 1.1 million square foot mixed-used project in the heart of Downtown Crossing. Sales are already brisk, though the building isn’t set to open to residents until the summer of 2016. Millennium Tower will feature what will be a soaring, slender 625-foot and iconic 60-story residential tower as its anchor and the adjacent, historic Burnham Building (site of the original Filenes Department Store), magnificently restored. The property will include 442 full-service, luxury residences with a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom units. The open floor plans will showcase impeccable, contemporary architecture and design, where residents can expect state-of-the-art features, including oversized windows boasting exceptional views of the Boston skyline and harbor. The Club will be one-of-a-kind—a dramatic two-story space of unrivaled, luxury amenities. As with Millennium Place down the block (from the same developer), Millennium Tower Boston will incorporate La Vie®, an immersive social program that brings residents together for private events and insider excursions throughout Boston with a calendar will include a shared passion for fine dining, wine, art, music and culture. The properties five-star services also include valet garage parking (460 spaces). With flagship retail, a new Roche Bros. gourmet grocery store, the European-based Primark and much more, Millennium Tower Boston is drawing national attention to the revival of Boston’s Downtown Crossing… and high appeal from empty nesters, investors and young professionals. Situated in the heart of Boston within easy walking distance to all five MBTA “T” lines and South Station, the Financial District, Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, hospitals, theaters and museums, Millennium Tower is the latest opportunity for a high-end, urban lifestyle in Boston’s hottest new neighborhood.
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.