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Light and lively loft living in South End penthouse unit

A full battery of benefits to living in Battery Wharf unit

Battery Wharf, a colonial military defense stronghold in the 1640s, an immigrant port over the centuries, and the former home of Bay State Lobster Co. and Boston’s U.S. Coast Guard station, has taken a new lease on life as the Fairmont Battery Wharf Hotel, a $300 million luxury hotel with 104 residential condominiums.
Among these is Unit 4607 at 4 Battery Wharf. Offered at $1,699,000, this 1,400-square-foot, 2-bed, 2-bath penthouse unit treats you to not only hotel-style living at its fullest, harborviews and all, but also many of the benefits Fairmont …

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A ‘Prince’ of a condo

When was the last time a condo felt like a neighborhood, not just an association? Well, 44 Prince St. is just that — a well-managed luxury condominium situated right in the heart of Boston’s oldest and most intimate enclave, the North End.

Offered at $859,000, the 1,226-square-foot, 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath Unit 304 combines comfort with coziness in best North End style. Architect John W. French blended old and new, accenting classic cast-stone and brick with modern metal. The classically columned pergola accents your entry with a taste …

House-like condo in Cambridge

 
 
Unlike most condos, Unit E501 at The Esplanade, 75-83 Cambridge Parkway, will make you feel like you’re at home in a house, not just another brick in the wall.
Offered at $988,000, this 1,410-square-foot, 1-bedroom, 2-bath unit benefits from the stacked modular unit construction technique the building’s architect, Moshe Safdie, had pioneered in Habitat at Expo ’67 in Montreal. This allows many of the 206 units private terraces on the roofs of the units below.

From your terrace you and …

Hotel-style habitation in the Back Bay at Mandarin Oriental unit

Filling a decades-long dead-space in the Back Bay cityscape and skyline upon its opening in October 2008, the Mandarin Oriental, Boston, is bringing Boylston Street back to life with Fifth Avenue finesse, Parisian panache and Hong Kong high life.

In addition to its 136 hotel guestrooms, 12 hotel suites, M Bar & Lounge, fine restaurants such as L’Espalier & Sel de la Terre, and chic boutiques such as Gucci & Frette, this AAA five-diamond hotel offers over-the-top Back Bay luxury living at the Mandarin Oriental Residences at 776 Boylston St.
These 50 …

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