The Penmark was a 2007-2008 rehabilitation project on the old Boston College high school. The property is located in a beautifully revitalized part of Boston’s historic South End. Father Francis Gilday Street is a mere one block long but contains some of the South End’s most beautiful and historic architecture surrounding the South End burial ground. The quaint block is nestled among fine dining, galleries, boutiques, and cafes while retaining a quiet, residential atmosphere.
Part of the Urban Revitalization program launched in the 1950’s, Wilkes Passages offers a luxury atmosphere situated in the heart of the South End’s red-hot SOWA neighborhood. The building abuts Peters Park, which offers one of Boston’s best dog parks with off-leash runs, enclosed playgrounds for toddlers, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a beautifully maintained garden. The building is within walking distance to upscale eateries, salons, boutiques, art galleries, and fitness centers.
In 2004, the Atelier 505 luxury condominium building was the first of its kind in the South End. Atelier 505 is steps from restaurants, art galleries, cafes, and many other locally owned businesses. Public transportation is readily available by both bus and the Orange Line at Back Bay Station.
Located in the Boston Herald’s old headquarters, SEPIA is described as being all about the amenities. This 2015 development is part of the ongoing INK Block project and will contain a large amount of retail space on the ground level slated for luxury restaurants and shops.
This uniquely breathtaking development aimed to rehabilitate the The Holy Trinity German Catholic Church on Shawmut Avenue. While retaining its historic charm, the base sprouts a tower of glass and steel housing 33 contemporary residential condominiums. Centrally located, the Lucas is just minutes from all of the South End’s amenities.
The Gateway Terrace Lofts were inspired by the loft homes of London. The development consists of three distinct buildings: The Vose, The Emerson, and The Hallet. Located in the SOWA neighborhood of Boston’s South End, it is but a short walk from Wholefoods, INK Block, and hundreds of restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, and fitness centers.
These boutique lofts boast a perfect South End location with restaurants, Wholefoods, art galleries, boutiques, and other locally owned establishments within walking distance. Almost all of these beautiful units enjoy private outdoor space as well as a state of the art parking garage with a lift system
In 2007, the lofts at 700 Harrison were state of the art new construction in Boston’s historic South End neighborhood. The building offers a professionally landscaped courtyard off the lobby which can be enjoyed in Boston’s warmer months. 700 Harrison is steps from public transportation, restaurants, boutiques, and dozens of other locally owned businesses.
The building was constructed over 150 years ago and gut-renovated in 2007 to create beautiful loft units with exposed brick and beam details. The building offers easy access to the Mass Pike and Route 93 North and South.
The building was originally built between 1911 and 1917 as a two-story white marble bank and was revived in 2007 while adding a 3-story glass and steel structure housing 23 condominiums. This building is centrally located, within steps from a high school, high-end restaurants, a fitness center, and other luxury amenities.
Built in 2000, the Laconia Lofts rest in a central location, steps away from all of the South End’s exciting restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. This is one of the true loft buildings, with units originally out to suit the needs and tastes of the original owners. This gives the each unit a unique and tailored feel. The units are a blend of duplexes and Flats.
Originally constructed in 1914, the building worked as a warehouse for many years. In 2003, however, the space was transformed into 41 unique and elegant loft condominiums. Each unit was originally sold as a blank canvass, so each retains unique finishes chosen by the original owners. Though the 485 Lofts have been completely updated, many remnants of the original structure can be found throughout.
Located in the popular and vibrant SoWa area of Boston’s historic South End, The 27 Lofts boast true loft interiors with high ceilings, exposed brick and ductwork, and open concept layouts. Each unit was originally sold as a shell, so each retains the unique finishes chosen by the original owners.
This is a ground-up development located in the bustling South End neighborhood of Boston. The building offers a contemporary esthetic but attempts to mimic the surrounding historic brownstones. Magnificent city views can be seen from the upper levels and the building is extremely close to public transportation, restaurants, theaters, and other Boston to-dos.
This building was originally built as Boston’s District 4 Police Station and was converted into luxury condominiums between 2006 and 2007. This unique building offers one of the city’s only private winter gardens.