One Address. Infinite Possibilities. 100 Shawmut is a collection of 138 thoughtfully designed new condominium residences in Boston’s South End by The Davis Companies. This full-service luxury building merges historic charm with contemporary architecture that rises above one of Boston’s most renowned neighborhoods, offering sweeping vistas and generous private balconies, along with a comprehensive amenity program and private on-site parking. Modern living with a historic backdrop. Boston’s South End is the perfect neighborhood – home to historic brownstones and more than 20 parks nestled among its meandering streets, as well as delightful restaurants, locally-owned specialty shops and a vibrant art scene. 100 Shawmut puts all the South End has to offer at your doorstep and the Back Bay and Seaport are just minutes away. Now Accepting Reservations
Designer Model Home & Sales Center is now open by appointment and accepting reservations! 88 Wareham is a boutique collection of 27 new luxury condos in SoWa, Boston’s South End. Units come with crafted finishes surrounded by the cultured sophistication of Boston’s South End. Quality materials including Baltic Wood Elite oak flooring, Caesarstone countertops featuring a waterfall edge, white gloss cabinetry with two-tone grey edge banding, white glass tile backsplashes, Grohe chrome faucets and pendant lighting.
Atelier 505 was completed in 2004 and offers 103 unique residences in a South End luxury building. With 70 different designs (studios, duplexes, townhouses or 3,000 square-foot penthouses), Atelier 505 offers personalized luxury. High ceilings range from 9 to 13 feet high. Bay and bow windows allow plenty of natural light in, as well as dramatic city views. The all-marble spa bathrooms include deep soaking tubs, glass walk-in showers, and his and hers vanities. Bedrooms feature carpeting, walk-in closets, and powder rooms. Kitchens are appointed with SieMatic cabinets, granite countertops, and high-end appliances. The building offers convenient amenities such as a full security system, concierge and doorman service, dog-walking, a library with outdoor patio, and a function room complete with catering service.
Chevron on Tremont is a boutique luxury building with 5 residences. Constructed in 2013, these Parisian-style condos feature direct elevator access to over 2,500+ square feet of single-floor living space. This ground-up reconstruction with cutting-edge green technology has been paired with a neo-classical and art deco revival design. The penthouse has one of the largest private roof terraces in the South End. Residences at Chevron on Tremont have 3 bedrooms, study and 2.5 bathrooms. Many of the residences at Chevron on Tremont have sunny, three-sided exposures with panoramic and dramatic views and enjoy light throughout the day. High ceilings, European finishes and large windows overlooking Tremont Street make Chevron on Tremont a sought-after address. Homes further benefit from large storage units. The building also has private, underground parking.
D4 Residences are a stunning 2007 renovation of the former D4 police station in the South End. It comprises 26 units, from one- to three-bedrooms, and bears the signature of world-famous designer Philippe Starck. A new glass and steel aisle on the north side closes the formerly U-shaped courtyard to create a soaring glass-domed winter garden in the heart of the building, displaying abundant greenery. Environmentally friendly, D4 Residences features a green roof, solar atrium space and bamboo flooring. Enjoy living at D4 Residences in this charming corner of the South End with its historic townhouses, tree-lined streets, and lovely squares and parks.
The Gateway Terrace Lofts, located at 1166 Washington Street in the SOWA section of the South End, were inspired by the terrace homes of London. Newly constructed in 2004, Gateway Terrace, features professional management, elevator and huge common terrace. Gateway Terrace features 133 loft-style homes located steps to the newly developed Ink Block.
The homes at The Gateway Terrace Lofts feature high-ceilings, hardwood flooring, high-end appliances, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, central air conditioning, in-unit washer/dryer and granite counters. Many of the units also come with a deeded garage parking space. This pet-friendly building also features very modest condo fees which include heat, hot water and general grounds maintenance. There is a wide range of units in the complex ranging from 500 square foot studios to 1200 plus square foot two bedroom homes.Located in the SOWA section of the South End, The Gateway Terrace Lofts, are within walking distance to the up and coming Ink Block home of a brand new Whole Foods. This location also provides convenient access to all of the great restaurants and shops in the South End as well as easy access to the Back Bay. The Silver Line is easily accessible from The Gateway Terrace Lofts as well as providing easy highway access via the Mass Pike and Interstate 93.
Built in 1914, 485 Harrison Lofts were converted into 41 condos in 2004. Many of the lofts in the building feature high ceilings, large windows, exposed brick and duct work and open floor plans. The condos range in size from 1 bedroom with 800 square feet to 2 bedrooms with 1,800+ square feet. 485 Harrison Lofts is a professionally managed, elevator building in the heart of SoWa (South of Washington). The building has a roof terrace with panoramic views and direct-access garage parking. This is a pet friendly building. 485 Harrison Lofts is located across the street from the Boston Sports Club and popular South End restaurants such as The Buttery, Gaslight, Stella and Boston Chops.
Sepia is a luxury condo building within the Ink Block development in the South End. The 83 luxury units range from studios to 3-bedroom penthouses and boast open floor plans and high-end finishes. The luxury units feature hardwood floors, washers and dryers, floor to ceiling windows and granite finishes in the kitchen. The building amenities at Sepia include, a 24 hour concierge, an outdoor swimming pool, underground parking, outdoor space and a separate entrance to the brand new Whole Foods. Ink Block Boston has become a community rather than just apartment buildings and provides a unique living experience for residents. The South End location is conveniently located close to dining shopping and walking distance from some of Boston’s most popular neighborhoods!
Laconia Lofts is a unique building in SoWa, Boston’s coveted neighborhood in the South End. The modern design combines open spaces with new amenities. The building features underground parking, large lobbies, and modern elevators. Residents can expect interior amenities such as, high tech fittings for TVs and computers, large windows, open space and high ceilings. Each unit in Laconia Lofts is uniquely designed. Some boast hardwood floors, while others concrete. Kitchens contain granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. There is also an art gallery for the many artists who have stayed and made this their home. Laconia Lofts is a pet friendly building. The building is located near the street from the Silver Line.
Wilkes Passage Lofts, built in 2002, is located in the SoWa (South of Washington) District of Boston’s South End. This 152 unit luxury condo building has a true loft feel with wide open space and large windows. Wilkes Passage is a 24-hour concierge building with garage parking. Residence enjoy a common roof deck. Some units feature private terraces, and all condos provide a stunning views of the Back Bay and Financial District skylines. Wilkes Passage is pet friendly and is conveniently located next to one of the South End’s only dog parks, Peters Park. This park is a multi-use park offering one of Boston’s best off leash dog run, an enclosed playground for toddlers and up, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a beautiful garden area. Wilkes Passage is located close to many forms of transportation; highways, the MBTA Green and Orange Line, the commuter train and two branches of the Silver Line.
The South End was built on the filled tidal flats during the mid-1800s. The neighborhood was designed to attract the wealth merchant class, with large Victorian townhouses surrounding park squares. At the turn of the century, wealthier Bostonians chose neighboring Back Bay instead of the South End, opening the area to a diverse working class. The signature South End townhouses were carved into apartments and lodging houses. In the 1950s, the South End was selected as an urban renewal area, with scattered affordable housing developments constructed throughout the neighborhood. The area began to be revitalized by an influx of young professionals moving to the neighborhood, restoring the housing stock and turning many of the units into larger apartments, condominiums, and single family homes. The area’s commercial centers run along Massachusetts Avenue, Tremont Street and Washington Street and serves increasingly diverse populations. Popular upscale restaurants and art galleries have added to the area’s unique character.