The Archer Residences Beacon Hill, a 67-unit luxury condominium complex developed in a former Suffolk University building near the Massachusetts State House, is now on the market.
The 67 units range in price from $1.8 million to $10 million, while the 6,000-square-foot penthouse is listed for $18 million.
The complex is located at 45 Temple St. in the former Gleason L. & Hiram J. Archer building and the Frank J. Donahue Building, property located down the street from the Massachusetts State House which Suffolk University sold in 2015 for $43.5 million. Center Court Mass LLC developed the Archer Residences, which were designed by The Architectural Teamand LDa Architecture & Interiors and built by Consigli Construction Co.
Manuel Davis, senior vice president with Advisors Living, is the property’s exclusive listing agent.
“The Archer Residences offers a unique blend of elegantly designed and spacious layouts, beautifully complemented by some of the finest finishes that I have encountered in today’s real estate market,” Davis said in a statement. “Given its Beacon Hill address, sense of community with 67 full-service homes, and modern amenities, including onsite underground valet garage spaces, discerning clients are acknowledging how rare and unique this opportunity is.”
The 67 units range in size from 1,200 square feet to 3,000 square feet, while the penthouse will span 6,000 square feet. Amenities include a kitchen-equipped roof deck, children’s playroom, pet spa and bicycle storage. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse, meanwhile, includes a 2,350-square-foot terrace, gas fireplace, infinity-edge jacuzzi, grilling stations and a fire pit.
The Archer Residences will open next year.