10 Farnsworth is one of the Seaport’s newest boutique luxury condo building in the bustling Fort Point neighborhood. Designed by CBT Architects, the six-story modern building will have 9 luxury lofts that combine industrial design and modern luxuries. Unit features include floor-to-ceiling windows, chef’s kitchens with top-of-the-line appliances, Caerrera marble counters, tranquil bathrooms with walk-in showers, soaking tubs and radiant heated floors. All units will be fully-equipped with state-of-the-art audio, lighting and climate technology. Located in the heart of Fort Point, 10 Farnsworth is just blocks away from many of the city’s cultural attractions including the Boston’s Children’s Museum and the Institute for Contemporary Art. The ground floor on the corner of Farnsworth and Congress will be used as retail space.
319A Street is one of the premier residential new developments coming to market in Boston’s vibrant Fort Point Channel neighborhood. The redeveloped industrial building will consist of 48 loft-style condos ranging from studios to two-bedroom units. The condos at 319A Street preserve the historical brick and beam architecture including 14-foot ceilings, oversized windows, exposed ducts and original wood beams. A roof deck gives residents breathtaking views of the surrounding neighborhood and Boston skyline. The industrial aesthetic is complimented by modern and contemporary finishes in the kitchens and bathrooms. The LEED Gold certified building will offer robust amenities from a communal roof deck and unit storage to an on-site restaurant. Delivery is expected for 2016. Contact Us for more information on reserving a home in this unique development.
Dockside Place Lofts are located in Boston Wharf and are often referred to as the Sleeper Street Lofts. This luxury condo development was constructed through the redevelopment of historic structures and is a beautiful development offering a range of floor plans. One of the buildings, on 33 Sleeper Street, has an atrium which is the full height of the structure and residents of the upper floors can access their homes by a glass elevator. At each level there is a balcony that looks over the atrium. Each building is unique, with 15 Sleeper Street as a smaller and more intimate building with a two-story lobby and garden. Dockside Place Lofts has 88 units completely finished with modern amenities.
Located at 21 Wormwood Street, Fort Point Place features 126 loft units ranging in size from 600 sq/ft studios to over 3000 sq/ft 2 bedroom condos. These Boston loft condos feature sandblasted original wooden beams and warm exposed brickwork from over 100 years ago. Most of these loft condos feature over 10 foot ceilings with large windows that provide an abundance of natural sunlight. Fort Point Place condos feature open floor plans, allowing each home owner to truly customize their space. Several of the lofts have been combined over the years and offer some of the largest single floor residences in the Seaport District. Some of the units feature private outdoor space and garage parking. Built in 1900 and converted to condos in 2001, Fort Point Place is in the heart of Boston’s most exciting neighborhood — the Seaport District.
FP3 is conveniently located in the trendy Fort Point neighborhood, steps away from South Station, Boston’s Waterfront and the Financial District. With an ideal location on Congress Street, FB3 is surrounded by a quickly growing and exciting area for new developments. FP3 seamlessly combines affordability, accessibility and luxury. It’s architecture is a harmonious blend of renovated, original industrial design & columns, exposed bricks, beams and contemporary features such as hardwood floors, chef’s kitchens and elegant bathrooms. Barbara Lynch, the world-famous chef, opened her signature restaurant, Sportello, on the first floor of the building, along with a bar, private dining rooms, and a chocolaterie and bakery.
The Muse is a brick & beam loft building with 38 condos on Melcher Street in the Seaport District. The Muse features beautiful lofts with exposed brick and ceilings with original beams. Open floorplans, high ceilings and large windows with plenty of light can be found in each condo. The Muse also features a large, professionally landscaped roof terrace.
The Muse was originally constructed in 1916 as a factory and is currently being converted into 38 condos which will be completed Fall 2018. The Muse is walking distance to some of Boston’s restaurants, including Blue Ginger, Bastille Kitchen, Oak & Rowan, Sportello, Menton & Row 34.
Residents of The Muse will enjoy the best the Seaport District has to offer. This building is near the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). Residents can enjoy the latest exhibitions in modern art as well as fundraisers and member events. The Seaport District is the fastest growing neighborhood in the city, with new residential developments at 320 on D, Pier 4, 49 Melcher, 315 on A, 22 Liberty & 50 Liberty & Echelon. Warehouses, shipping piers and railroad tracks create an environment of industrial authenticity for the luxury lofts taking shape in the Seaport District.Home to the Boston Children’s Museum, HarborWalk and South Station Transportation Center, the Seaport District is just east of the Fort Point Channel and is the epicenter of Boston’s convention and exhibition activity.