Monthly Archives: October 2006

D4 Boston, luxury south end lofts

The condos at D4 are starting at $599k and go up to $1.7M. These STARCK designed units are a perfect fit for the hip South End. Now being marketed by Coldwell Banker (dont really know why) the 26 units plan to be ready for occupancy in the Spring of 2007.
The D4 residences set an enviable standard for luxury, design and urban living. Located where Bostons exciting South End neighborhood meets the Back Bay, D4 presents 26 unique homes filled with all the exceptional features you expect from …

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Lincoln Plaza Lofts in Bostons Leather District

Lincoln Plaza Condo in Boston

Lincoln Plaza Residences, at the gateway to Bostons Leather District, overlooking the Rose Kennedy Greenway and the new Chinatown Park, will consist of eighty-five residences and eight commercial units in two buildings, The Lincoln and The Essex. Eleven of the residential units have been designated affordable by the City of Boston and will be sold by lottery to qualified buyers.

The Lincoln Building is a Renaissance Revival mercantile structure designed by the noted architect Willard T. Sears and built in 1894. Sears also designed the New Old South Church in …

One First Condos in Cambridge

One First represents uncommon value. Here, home is more than the space behind your units door. Its the amenities that connect you, greet you, expand your horizons and respond to your needs. East Cambridge offers unparalleled access and convenience. Connect to the Financial District via the Lechmere Green Line MBTA Station, located just steps from One First.
For convenient access to other destinations throughout Boston and Cambridge, the Orange and Red lines are a short walk away. Experience the new Boston, free of the above-ground expressway. New parks and walkways create …

Parris Landing on its last units

FINAL PHASE NOW SELLING! Located within the Charlestown Navy Yard, Parris Landing, originally known simply as building 42, was constructed for and used as a nautical machine shop. Upon closing of the active Navy Yard, Parris Landing was then thereafter converted to residential rental units under Bostons historic preservation guidelines. In late 2004, the property was purchased by Carlyle CQ Boston, re-named Parris Landing in honor of renowned 19th century architect Alexander Parris, designer of numerous buildings in and around Boston as well as the Navy Yard, and the transformation …

Northpoint Condos in East Cambridge

NorthPoint is the place to be, round the clock. By day, its East Cambridge location is at the crossroads of academic and commercial research and innovation, with easy access to hospitals, universities, downtown Boston and an expanding network of parks and paths along the Charles River. By night, it’s just across the river from all that the city has to offer, just across the bridge from historic Charlestown’s restaurants and just down the street from the diverse attractions and entertainment of Cambridge and Somerville. Whether walking or riding, you’re connected. …

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