The open houses at the Signal Building have drawn a lot of attention to the newly constructed development. I am a huge fan of both the development and the location so make sure you don’t go over there by yourelf and contact me so I can show you how to save commissions when you buy @ The Signal Building!
The Signal Industries Lofts are located in a converted warehouse building in a once industrial corner of South Boston that has experienced massive residential construction in the past 5 years. The address is 154 W Second (W Second between B and C Street).
Just around the corner is the Broadway T Stop (Redline) and a cluster of many other residential developments that have sprouted up in the last 5 years, including, The Allele, Court Square Press, The Macallen and Lofts at 36A.
The Signal Industries Lofts will integrate modern finishes into the old brick and beam structure to create a fun alternative to most new construction buildings. The building amenities include garage parking, a fitness room, and secure entry (no concierge, which will keep condo fees low). I especially appreciate the large windows and roof decks on the 4th floor. The views of downtown are breathtaking! You can’t miss the building – the exterior on the top floor of the building is covered with copper that adds a little flair to the otherwise brick façade.
The project completion is scheduled for May / June 2010 so get in early to get the best units!
Details on The Signal Industries Building:
– 75 Units (23 will be reserved for artist live / work condos)
– HUGE windows, multiple exposures, a ton of light and great city views
– Direct access garage parking
– Low condo fees (no concierge)
– Elevator building
– Prices range from the $300K to $600K; most units are priced in the mid to low
– $400/sf which is lower than many of the comparable building in the area!
Here is an example of a 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit priced at $549K or $407/sf!!
Please call or email me directly for more pricing information!!
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