Beacon Hill Condos

This is what those new Beacon Hill luxury condos will look like

A rendering of one the condos being built at the Archer Residences in Beacon Hill.	Neoscape

A rendering of one the condos being built at the Archer Residences in Beacon Hill. Neoscape

By Lauren Frias,


On-site underground valet parking and 24-hour concierge service will be offered at the Archer Residences, a 67-unit condo building at 45 Temple St. in Beacon Hill slated for completion in late 2019.

Other building amenities include a fitness and wellness center; a club room with a private dining space; a playroom; a pet spa; a boardroom; and a 4,800-square-foot roof deck with views of downtown Boston. The roof deck features seating, a kitchen, and sustainable plantings.

The Archer Residences will offer one- to four-bedroom units priced from $1,500 to $2,500 per square foot, depending on the home, Manuel Davis, senior vice president of residential sales at Advisors Living, the property’s listing agent, wrote in an e-mail. The homes will range from about 1,100 to 3,500 square feet and will feature details like high ceilings of 10 to 15 feet and windows that are 7 to 11 feet in height. There are two styles of kitchens, and some will have walnut finishes, marble counters, and copper hardware.

The homes will be backlit with LED lights and include recessed lighting throughout, according to Davis. The homes will also come with CinemaFrame, which is a concealed home entertainment system, and surround sound.

The most exclusive suite in the building will be the Archer Penthouse. The 6,000-square foot, two-story unit will have four bedrooms, four full baths, two half baths, and a 2,350-square-foot terrace with a gas fireplace, an infinity-edge hot tub, grilling stations, and a fire pit.

The building’s lobby will be decorated with artwork curated by Boston Art and have a fireplace and a concierge desk with a bronze waterfall countertop. Materials used in the building’s common spaces and residences will also include polished copper, imported marble, white oak hardwood, custom limestone mosaic flooring, and curated lighting fixtures, paneling, and wall coverings.

“All the materials are sleek and timeless yet steeped in craft and tradition. They are truly a step above what you may encounter at other luxury properties,” John Day of LDa Architecture and Interiors, one of the companies involved in the development and design of the building, said in a statement.

For more information, visit the building’s website at

These Are the Eight Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Boston

by Madeline Bilis, Boston Magazine


The Archer Residences


1. 45 Temple Street #1, Boston
Price: $18,000,000
Size: 5,998 square feet
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 5

Meet the Archer Residences, 67 very fancy units coming to Beacon Hill in the near future. The Archer’s penthouse, which is currently the most expensive home for sale in the city at a whopping $18 million, is poised to be architectural marvel when it’s completed. Both levels of the home are connected by a floating wood-and-steel staircase enclosed by glass—and the shiny glass accents don’t stop there. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors in the main living area open directly to a rooftop terrace, where there’s a Jacuzzi and an infinity-edge pool.

Introducing The Archer Residences

The ArcherAdvisors Living is proud to announce the exclusive sales and marketing of The Archer Residences in Beacon Hill. The Archer Residences, a boutique collection of beautifully designed condominium homes, offers individualized details and a full-service concierge experience in Beacon Hill, one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods. From the magnificent roof terrace to the state-of-the-art fitness and wellness center, valet service, and exclusive indoor parking, The Archer Residences are designed to make life easier.

From The Archer Residences, many of Boston’s greatest attractions are just a short walk away. Feeling the team spirit? Enjoy the Celtics and the Bruins, two of America’s most successful and historic teams, at TD Garden. Or maybe you just want to take a relaxing stroll around the historic neighborhood? The Boston Public Garden, built in 1837, is a beautiful public park that offers boat rides around its swan-filled lagoon. Louisburg Square, a quiet, historic green near The Archer Residences, was once home to many famous 19th century figures, including architect Charles Bulfinch, painter John Singleton Copley, and author Louisa May Alcott.

The Archer Fitness Center

The Archer Residences features 67 unique residences ranging in size from one to four bedrooms. Each residence has been thoughtfully designed, blending the historic character of Beacon Hill with an elegant hand-selection of materials and finishes.

The Archer Bathroom

Click here to schedule an appointment or call us today at 888-749-4805 to visit our sales center today at 20 Ashburton Place. We look forward to showing you what makes The Archer Residences the most exciting residential new construction project in Boston.

Former University Building Converted into Condos

Suffolk University BUilding

Credit: Archer Donahue

A former Suffolk University building in Beacon Hill will be renovated and converted into condos, according to the Boston Redevelopment AuthorityFormer University Building Beacon Hill.

Located at 33-61 Temple Street, the former university building is just steps away from the Massachusetts State house and Beacon Hill amenities.

The building used to be used as classrooms, administrative, theater and dining space for the university, but will be transformed into 71 condos.

The units will range from one to four bedrooms and a penthouse will cover the top floor.

There will be 5,700 square feet of amenity space for residents, although it is yet to be decided whether it will be utilized as fitness space, a lounge or family recreation space. Either way there will be some luxury additions for residents to look forward to.

Space for 54 cars will be located underground and serviced by a professional valet, including a vehicle elevator.

There will also be space for 75 bicycle storage available for residents. The redevelopment of this former university building is one of the many projects approved by the BRA at the beginning of this month.

Contact us for more information about this and other new developments around Boston. 

Beacon Hill Market Breakdown

beacon hill condo market statistics

Beacon Hill is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Boston with a range of luxury apartments and condos as well as plenty of upcoming developments.

The new developments currently being constructed and sold in the area are the epitome of luxury, offering all of the amenities you need, beautiful finishings and prime locations.

The Whitwell, Maison Vernon and The Beacon are among these stunning new developments. If you’re interested in finding your new luxury home in Beacon Hill check out the breakdown of prices below and contact us at,

In Beacon Hill there are 38 listings currently on the market with an average listing price of $3,439,882. View a snapshot of the current Beacon Hill Market here:

Beacon Hill Condo Market Snapshot

The Whitwell is a 14-unit luxury building with incredible views, garage parking, concierge and a shared roof terrace. 50% of the Whitwell is already pre-sold or under agreement, with an average price of $3,999,286.

The Whitwell Statistics

Maison Vernon is located right at the top of Beacon Hill. The building includes 7 luxury condos with beautiful surroundings, 24-hour concierge and valet parking. The average price is $4,997,700.

maison vernon statistics

The Beacon is one of Boston’s most prestigious new developments. With 6 residences, a wine cellar, fitness room and valet parking it caters to high-end luxury living. The average price is $9,750,000.

The Beacon Statistics

Investing in Beacon Hill Real Estate: Understanding the Luxury Market

Claflin Building - Beacon Hill, Boston - Statehouse

As the first quarter of 2016 comes to a close, the volume of sales in the luxury market has continued its upward trend of year-over-year growth. We’ve seen an 11% year increase in luxury sales from December 2015-February 2016 in comparison to December 2014-February 2015. This increase can be partially attributed to the delivery of 22 Liberty in the Seaport. However, a large part is also a result of the increase in existing inventory value.

The demand for new luxury construction in Beacon Hill continues to climb despite the high barrier to entry in this picturesque, historic neighborhood. Since 2012, the average price-per-square-foot for luxury condominiums sold per year in Beacon Hill has increased by almost 35%, further illustrating that luxury real estate today is very hot. It’s also the investment choice of many because it is viewed as a “safer” and “higher return” option compared to investing money in the stock market or in a bank CD.

As more and more buyers purchase real estate in Boston, prices will only continue to increase in this supply-constrained market until new inventory is built or old inventory that is severely dated is purchased, renovated and resold.

Beacon Hill Real Estate

New developments are creating exciting investment opportunities as builders continue to move forward with their projects per the market demand. Today, it has become even more important to understand the luxury market and stay appraised of the current offerings in Boston in order to secure a new home or investment property to not only have a comfortable place to live but an investment that will maximize its return later on.

Below are several current investment opportunities in the Beacon Hill neighborhood:

73 Mount Vernon Street73 Mount Vernon Street is a nine unit, +/-8,514-square-foot brownstone that offers investors the opportunity to own a rarely available asset with value-add potential. The property features brick construction, elegant window lines, lawn space and unobstructed rooftop views spanning the Financial District to the Charles River. It is situated along the south slope of Beacon Hill, across from the height-restricted horse stable building, which allows for views across the hill and is just steps from Louisburg Square. Working gas lamps and brick sidewalks accentuate the charm of this distinguished residential area, cordially referred to as “Billionaires Row.” With a starting price at $6,500,000, which includes plenty of outdoor space including a large front yard in the most desirable part of Boston, this has the potential to be a very savvy investment.

Maison Vernon – Maison Vernon is a newly developed residence featuring seven luxury condominiums ranging in size from 1,911 square feet to 3,990 square feet. This property overlooks the nation’s oldest public park and is situated at the top of Beacon Hill on the corner of Mt. Vernon Street and Joy Street. Amenities include 24-hour valet parking service, resident storage, concierge service and wine storage. Current units for sale range from two to three to four bedroom floor plans and are priced between $2,995,000 – $5,595,000.

25 Beacon Street25 Beacon Street is a six full-floor unit redevelopment right next to the State House. Among these beautiful luxury residences is an $11,500,000 penthouse with bike storage, direct elevator access, a wine cellar, and parking for two. Amenities for the whole building include a 24/7 concierge service, roof deck, and fitness center.

The Whitwell – Located at 32 Derne Street, these 14 luxury homes are just a few steps away from quintessential Beacon Hill shops, restaurants, antique galleries and all that Charles Street has to offer. These homes range in size from 2 to 7+ bedroom residences from 1,850 to 3,250 square feet. The Whitwell also has three large penthouses with private terraces and open floor plans overlooking the State House and Charles River for as much as $12,750,000. Amenities in the Whitwell include direct elevator access to onsite underground deeded garage parking, an onsite concierge and a common rooftop terrace.

Do you have questions about investing in Beacon Hill luxury real estate? Email us at for more information and to view these properties and more.

Maison Vernon: A Luxury Condo with Modern Elegance and Historical Charm

Maison-Vernon-InteriorBeacon Hill is one of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods with gaslights, charming boutiques and local fare dotting the cobblestone streets. Overlooking the nation’s oldest public park and situated at the top of Beacon Hill on the corner of Mt. Vernon Street and Joy Street is Maison Vernon. Maison Vernon is a newly developed residence, featuring seven luxury condominiums ranging in size from 1,911 square feet to 3,990 square feet. With a restored façade and infused with French influences, Maison Vernon preserves the historical charm of the building dating from the 1830s and the Beacon Hill neighborhood, while bringing in opulent European finishes.

“The new reference of Bostonian Elegance” is how John Meyer, the architect on the project, defined Maison Vernon. His aim was to create a residence that “embod[ied] the essence of Beacon Hill in its grandeur of yesterday, today and tomorrow.” Maison Vernon does just that with the preservation of its red brick and limestone accents, infusing the architectural past with a fresh elegance into its craftsmanship.

Inside Maison Vernon hand-carved Italian marble fireplace mantels adorn the living spaces and imported French oak wood flooring, and hand-carved plaster moldings are featured throughout. A private terrace, 24-hour concierge and valet parking, offers Maison Vernon residents a sophisticated and personalized concierge building.

Current units for sale range from two to three to four bedroom floor plans and between $2,995,000 – $5,595,000. Explore Boston’s most sought-after and charming neighborhood through the rich charm of Maison Vernon. For more information or to schedule an appointment email us at

For a full list of new developments and exclusive listings visit Advisors Living New Developments.

The Archer & Donahue Buildings in Beacon Hill have Great Potential

Beacon Hill is one of Boston’s most picturesque and historical locations but new real estate opportunities have been few and far between in recent years.  It was announced back in February that Suffolk University would be selling two of its classroom buildings on Beacon Hill.  The Archer and Donahue buildings are situated next to each other at the corner of Derne and Temple streets and both stand 6 stories high and are a combined 175,000 square feet.

The future of this location would be perfect for a boutique hotel, commercial office space but especially a residential building.  There is very little inventory in this highly sought after location so a luxury residential building would be quite a draw.  It would be a convenient location for anyone working at Mass General or in nearby Cambridge.  Beacon Hill features amenities like the Charles River, Boston Common and numerous shops and restaurants.

On the rare occasion that homes do become available, they can easily fetch $1,000+ per square foot.  For instance there is a 472 square foot, 1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom until available on Revere street for $450,000 while there is also a 3,799 square foot, 5 bedroom listed at $4,100,000 on Pinckney Street.  These two homes come in at $953/sf and $1,079/sf respectively.  It will be very interesting to see what comes of this rare and valuable opportunity.  To explore other existing for sale and rental opportunities in Beacon Hill, visit the Advisors Living neighborhood page.

Beacon Hill Archer Donahue Building

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