Looking for some prime rooftop real estate to accompany your million dollar apartment? The Pierce Boston has got you covered.
The luxury building in Fenway that is currently under construction is offering 12 private roof decks to residents, starting at $300,000.
Being referred to as ‘sky cabanas’ these decks range from 150 to 250 square feet and are complete with luxury furniture, a wet bar and incredible views.
The 30-story luxury building is only opening these prime roof spots to those who have purchased a condo in the building and four have already been snatched up over a year before the building is due to open.
The private roof price tag- which goes up to $350,000- boast a private entrance, frosted windows and what the developers behind the project are calling your own ‘private sky.’
With so many luxury buildings popping up throughout Boston, high-end amenities like these are being added to make them really stand out amongst the rest.
If you’re not willing to splash the cash on your own rooftop oasis, on the other half of the Pierce rooftop is a pool, lounge and sitting area open to all residents.
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.
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.
Three major real estate developments are set to transform three of the biggest Boston train stations: North Station, Back Bay Station and South Station.
The Boston Globe reported that these complex projects will bring with them residential towers, retail complexes, parking garages, improved train stations and even potentially one of the tallest buildings in the city. To keep up to date on the latest information regarding all of these new developments as they happen click here.
Developer Boston Properties has created a vision for the transformation of Back Bay Station, including three towers of 26, 28 and 34 stories rising above the station. Not far from the One Dalton luxury residences, this trio would include approximately 600 residences, retail and office space. The whole area would total around 1.26 million square feet and would reconnect Back Bay and the South End.
While the ambitious Back Bay project may be a few years away, Boston Properties along with Delaware North have already begun the project planned for North Station. The Hub at Causeway includes a 38-story residential tower, a large retail complex, restaurants, offices, hotels and an improved station.
South Station is also facing exciting change and could finally see one of the city’s biggest towers from the Houston developer Hines. The two tower project could reach 677-feet and is being developed to include more housing while also including office space and hotels.
345 Harrison Avenue is one of many new developments appearing along the South End’s streets adding to the huge amount of transformation occurring in the area.
Developed by Nordblom, Inc. the apartments are just a few blocks away from new developments at 600 Harrison Avenue and 775 Harrison Avenue. 345 Harrison will be a two-building complex housing 602 apartments. The luxury buildings will be 13 and 14 stories tall and provide 535,900 square feet of living space.
The complex is located along Traveler Street and Harrison Avenue, amongst many other luxury home options. A pedestrian walkway and ground-floor retail space connect the complex and give a community feel to the luxury homes, allowing residents to shop, meet and relax.
The landscape is specifically designed to tie together the buildings, trees and streetlights, creating an inviting outdoor space. The nearby Rotch Playground and Rolling Bridge Park provide residents easy access to the city’s charming recreational spaces. Situated in the midst of Boston’s South End surrounded by industrial, brick buildings, 345 Harrison will be a chic and urban escape in Boston’s South End neighborhood.
Beacon 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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