100 Pier 4

Pier 4 Penthouse Sells for Record Number

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The homes at Pier 4, the Seaport’s premiere luxury condominium, are now closing and ready for occupancy. The Penthouse homes at Pier 4 have sold for prices that had only previously been achieved in Back Bay and Beacon Hill, redefining the geography of Boston’s luxury condo market. One residence that has closed in the Penthouse Collection sold for $15,231,920 and achieved a record-shattering price per square foot of $4,180. As of June 2019, no other residential sale in Boston has ever closed for over $4,000 per square foot.  So what are some of the features of these amazing homes in the Penthouse Collection?

Each has its own uniquely designed feature staircase leading to an expansive private roof terrace, equipped with a fully appointed kitchen – perfect for entertaining this Fourth of July

A full-height 99-bottle wine fridge – let your inner sommelier free

Soaring 10’5” ceiling – plenty of room for art and furniture that fits your tastes

Gas fireplaces – ideal for colder winter months

Private balconies with captivating views

Indulgent soaking tub for rest and relaxation after a long day of exploring all that the Seaport has to offer

Another home that sold in Pier 4’s Penthouse Collection also achieved $4,180 per square foot and sold for over $13 million. To put these sales in perspective, the highest sale in Back Bay in 2019 did not cross the $2,700 per square foot threshold. These record sales at Pier 4 showcase the value of new waterfront homes in full service buildings versus inventory in Back Bay and Beacon Hill that has aged and is not fully amenitized.

Missed your chance to tour these amazing homes? Luckily, there are still a few penthouses available, just in time to move in this summer! Register on our website and book an appointment today.

Luxury Roof Decks Just in Time For Summer

10 Farnsworth Roof

With warm weather upon us Boston residents are looking beyond their local parks for beautiful outdoor space. Instead, they’re looking up to the roofs of their own buildings.

The list of amenities in buildings new and old throughout Boston is growing and one major perk that many of them have in common is stunning roof decks.

As the sun shines and the temperature rises, this addition is definitely something to consider when searching for your new home. We’ve highlighted just a few of the beautiful luxury buildings either in construction or already open with roof decks around popular neighborhoods in Boston.

10 Farnsworth- Fort Point

This boutique building has a beautiful rooftop space perfect for entertaining. Including grills, a range of seating and a mixture of different spaces it can accommodates residents day and night.

10 Farnsworth Roof

The Newbury Collection- Back Bay

The beautiful location means this roof deck is all about the views, with a mixture of trees, Newbury Street architecture and the high rises around the Prudential Center. This roof provides a quiet space in a busy area.

Newbury Collection Roof

100 Pier 4- Seaport

This sun deck and pool is the perfect sun trap on a hot day, not to mention the incredible views whether you feel like taking a dip or not. Surrounded by the Seaport this is a great urban escape.                                                        

100 Pier 4 Roof

1330 Boylston- Fenway

Another pool in a different part of town, the roof of 1330 Boylston offers a range of seating options and space for relaxing other than just around the pool.

Rooftop Pool 1330

Eleven West Broadway- South Boston

This 2,500 square foot roof deck may be simple, but the views are unbeatable and residents have all the space they need to do what they please.

Eleven West Broadway Roof

Other luxury buildings with spectacular rooftop spaces are: The Mosaic on the Riverway, 15 North Beacon, 197 Union Square, 25 Beacon, 285 Columbus Lofts, 315 on A, 319A Street, 600 Harrison Avenue7 Cameron and more.

To find your new home, complete with a roof perfect for the summer email us at contact@advisorsliving.com!

Boston to Host IndyCar Grand Prix

Boston IndyCar Grand Prix

For the first time in history, Boston will host the 2016 Grand Prix of the IndyCar Series. May of last year is when city officials announced the Boston race had been added to the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season. The Grand Prix of Boston will be a three-day racing competition held in the streets of South Boston and specifically the Seaport.

The race will feature more than twenty of the world’s most talented drivers, and the event will span September 2nd – September 5th, 2016. INDYCAR and IndyCar Boston will offer multiple options of entertainment and activities before, during, and after the race for all ages.

Many different hotels and restaurants have partnered with Grand Prix of Boston to offer the best experiences for all fans and spectators. The Westin Boston Waterfront hotel is located at the heart of the event. You can enjoy the race from the luxurious suites that offer an amazing view or you can join the crowd right on the course. Either way the Westin is a top-notch spectator location. The Seaport Boston Hotel is located on the waterfront in the Seaport District, and offers beautiful city and harbor views, and convenient access to the main entry point of The Grand Prix, the Boston Convention Center.

It probably won’t be easy to get a table on this weekend but there are some great restaurant spots in the area including: Some of the restaurants in the area include Menton, Ocean Prime, and Strega Waterfront just to name a few.

If you are a part of the community that resides in the Seaport area you already have a front row seat or pretty close to it. Residents of the Twenty Two Liberty luxury condos and the 100 Pier 4 luxury apartments will be able to walk out their front doors to be a part of the action. And if all goes well and this becomes an annual stop on the racing schedule, future residents of 50 Liberty and Pier 4 will be right there with them.

New Addition to 100 Federal St. in Downtown Proposed

BRA Rendering 100 Federal St

Photo Credit: Boston Redevelopment Authority

Your walk to work could look very different with a new addition to one of Downtown Boston’s most notable buildings. Just beyond Post Office Square sits 100 Federal Street in the center of Downtown Boston. Famous for the protruding appearance from the outside, Downtown office workers have fondly deemed it as the building with the bulge. Boston Properties wants to spruce it up and take advantage of the open street-level space below the building. Boston Civic Design Commission granted Boston Properties approval on the addition of a glass atrium at the base of the building.

The atrium addition to 100 Federal St. could include 8,500 square feet of retail space, 500 square feet of kiosk space, and 8,990 square feet dedicated to a “winter garden.”

Perkins + Will is the designer for the addition while a familiar face sits behind the landscaping design. Mikyoung Kim Design is slated to coordinate the landscape architecture. Mikyoung Kim Design is working on several projects throughout the city, such as the plaza outside of the Prudential at 888 Boylston St. and the Pier 4 Plaza steps outside of the 100 Pier 4 luxury condominiums in the Seaport.

Boston Properties will seek full approval from the Boston Redevelopment Authority.

To see Downtown properties email us at contact@advisorsliving.com.

Baroo: Luxury Living for your Pet

If you are going to enjoy luxury living, your pet should too.  Baroo, Boston’s new pet service for the urban dweller, provides a specialized service catered to you and your pet’s needs.  The company was founded by Lindsay Hyde who is passionate about pets and her dog Brody in particular.  Lindsay is a successful entrepreneur who previously founded Strong Women, Strong Girls.  She has brought that experience to this new venture which gives busy city workers the peace of mind knowing their pets are being cared for.

Baroo has partnered with some specific premium residences including Ink Block South End, Hanover Cambridge Park and 100 Pier 4.  The service includes house training, walks or runs, in home pet sitting, grooming and feeding.  Hyde believes her model builds relationships among their residents and brightens the days of the pet owners.  The dog concierges are so committed to what they do that they provide the pet owner with a picture from the “daily walkies” and a “report card” based on the day’s events.

Hyde is meeting the demand for this amazing service and plans to expand into ten other Boston area apartments in the next three months.  Moving can be stressful but knowing that your four legged friend will be well taken care of certainly makes things easier.


Lindsay Hyde – Founder of Baroo