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Huge Residential Development Approved for Seaport Square

Always wanted to live in the Seaport? Well now is your chance as three buildings part of a huge new development have been approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority

The development along Seaport Square will have 735 condos and apartments across 3.5 acres. There will also be 125,000 square feet of retail space and 300,000 square feet of underground parking. 

Cottonwood Management the company behind the development is wasting no time either, hoping to start the construction on all three towers before the end of 2016 and have them finished within the next three years. 

The most recent plans include one tower with 275 condos, one with 180 and the third with 280 apartments. 

Retail space will make up a mall called Atrium Lane and include a central plaza, Harbor Square. 

While the condo prices are expected to be on the higher end, the development marks an exciting new potential to really develop a strong residential neighorhood in the Seaport. 

Keep up to date with these and all other new developments here. Need help finding your new home in the Seaport or anywhere in Boston? Email us at leasing@advisorsliving.com

Boston Apartments with Price Tags Equal to the Pats Super Bowl Bonuses

- Credit: Curbed Boston


Could the Boston housing market be out of even the Patriot’s bonus budget margins? The New England Patriots’ potential per-player payout of $165,000 for winning the super bowl will suffice just one years worth of rent for some of Boston proper’s swanky spreads. Divided by 12 months, rent can equate to $13,750 per month, which is assuming that Pat’s members have enough capital saved to cover security deposits. Pretty mind-boggling when you put it in to a context, huh?

To see a list of eight Boston apartments that fit this criteria, jump over to Boston.curbed.

Construction is Underway on 100 Pier 4 Apartments in Boston's Seaport

Great news – you may now plan to venture to the Seaport for even more than a plethora of dining options and fantastic views; a multi-use development is well underway and is projected to completely revamp the Seaport scene. 100 Pier 4 will be located on the intersection of Seaport Boulevard and Northern Avenue, amidst an extraordinary neighborhood filled with restaurants, boutiques and even its own hotel. This 21-story tower will be a great addition to the block that will include office, retail, dining, residential and green space.

With rents starting in the $3,000 range, pre-leasing is now available to pin down one of these fabulous 369 residential units; you will have a choice of 1-3 bedrooms, micro units and penthouses. With the attractiveness of in home modern finishes, California closets, oversized windows and shiny hardwood floors, plus amenities such as a mini theatre, fitness center and third floor sundeck with an outdoor pool all being under the same roof—don’t miss out ladies and gents, these units will fill up fast!

·         State-of-the-art fitness center
·         3rd floor sundeck with an outdoor pool
·         Cyber lounge/business café
·         Parking garage
·         Pet friendly & pet wash station
·         Mini theater
·         Secured bicycle storage
·         Close to public transit
·         Non-smoking community

·         Hardwood-style flooring throughout living areas
·         Stainless-steel kitchen appliances
·         Granite countertops
·         Espresso cabinetry
·         California Closets
·         Central heat and air conditioning
·         Balconies and patios in some units
·         Full-size washers/dryers
·         Penthouses available

Go to Pier4Apts.com for additional information on 100 Pier 4 Apartments, Boston.

One Seaport Square: Ground Breaking in Nov ’14

A new apartment building is coming to the Seaport and this one’s gonna be huge.  One Seaport Square is going to bring two towers, each one including over 800 luxury apartments. The groundbreaking for this monster of a development will be on November 14.

According to Curbed, Boston, “plans call for two towers of 22 stories each with 832 luxury apartments and 260,000 square feet of retail on connected lower levels (including a 41,375-square-foot movie theater on the third floor). Together One Seaport Square’s towers will encompass 1.1 million square feet, roughly 17 percent of the larger Seaport Square’s total.”

You can find additional details on the impending towers at One Seaport Sq. on Curbed.Boston

Seaport Rents Top Financial District

Seaport could be the next hot neighborhood in Boston!  According to the Boston Business Journal, asking rents in Seaport are rising above those of other areas such as the Financial District.  Keep an eye on new construction in the area!

From the BBJ:

“Among other neighborhoods with class A space, rents in descending order were: the Seaport District at $59.99 per square foot, the Financial District at $55.03 per square foot and a large swatch of downtown Boston and the Back Bay at $53.71 per square foot…The highest rate of year-over-year rent growth was in the Seaport District, where landlords were asking 24.7 percent more in the third quarter of 2014 than during the third quarter of 2013.”

Twenty Two Liberty Coming to Boston Seaport's Fan Pier

Moving to the Seaport District in Boston seems to be a prerequisite upon the development of a new trend of “urbanization” amongst young professionals. In late 2015, Twenty Two Liberty, a 109 unit apartment complex, will come to fruition. This apartment complex will be close in proximity to retail, commercial office space and public transportation – could there be a living space any more convenient than this?

Curbed Boston notes, “the 14-story luxury condo tower Twenty Two Liberty, part of the 21-acre, nine-block Seaport mega-development known as Fan Pier…[should be complete] sometime in late 2015, though sales are already under way—Twenty Two Liberty will have 109 units ranging from studios reportedly asking more than $900,000 (yup) to 3-BRs retailing for $4M-plus.”

Tower Proposed at Boston Harbor Garage gets Boost

Don Chiofaro’s proposal for the Harbor Garage has heard a lot of complaints.  However, recently the conservancy in charge of the Greenway has stated that they support the plan.  This is sure to help the proposal move forward towards approval from the Boston Redevelopment Authority!

From The Boston Globe:

“’The conservancy supports replacing the garage with a signature multi-use development which would open connections to the harbor and re-imagine a dynamic four-season public realm,’ the conservancy’s planning director, Linda Jonash, wrote to the Boston Redevelopment Authority. ‘This is an opportunity that should be embraced now.’ The towers Chiofaro wants to build — one 600 feet, the other 537 feet — would house offices, hotel rooms, and condominiums. The towers would be joined by a retail-lined atrium between the Greenway and Boston Harbor.”