Boston’s restaurant scene is getting hotter and particularly in the Seaport District where 3 new celebrity chefs have plans to open soon. The most recent announcement is from larger than life Chef Mario Batali who plans to open Babbo Pizzeria according a tweet from Batali that he is coming to Boston “very soon!!” [click to continue…]
Anthony’s Pier 4 for decades has been serving up classic New England seafood on the Boston Waterfront. “Anthony’s” opened in 1963 by Anthony Athenas in Boston’s seaport District and was an instant success and in just a few short years became the highest grossing restaurant in the US. In the 1980’s Mr. Athena’s pressed to turn the property into a mixed use development when the Seaport District was largely unused parking lots and industrial land. Mr Athena’s passed away in 2005 at the Age of 93 but the vision he once had looks like it is finally a reality. [click to continue…]
Somerville’s Mayor Joe Curtatone outlined his vision for a new neighborhood and commercial area in Union Square. The project scope could be a $90 million dollar transformation that could potentially add hundreds of new housing units and be a huge boost to the economy which is great news to homeowners and Somerville residents. “Somervision” This ambitious plan still needs to clear 2 hurdles with the board of alderman and the state needing to give approval. The other and more important lynchpinn is the MBTA’s Green Line Extension plan. [click to continue…]
The Boston Herald’s newly vacated South End Headquarters now shuttered is slated to be transformed into the “Ink Block,” a six acre complex of apartments, stores and restaurants. [click to continue…]
The development at 411 D Street would raze the current commercial structures on the property and replace them with two residential structures with retail/commercial space on the ground floor. This would be a great addition to the fast growing seaport District neighborhood as residents of neighboring 437 D Street Lofts have continued to see their property values increase with expansion to the area.
Developers purchased the 63,000 square-foot property for $7.3 Million last fall and plan to house 197 rental units in the two structures along wth 26 “innovation units”. The makeup of the units would consist of Studios, one-bedrooms, two bedrooms, a few three bedroom units and 129 spaces for on-site parking.
The first Building would be six stories with a height of close to 70 feet and will also include a roof-top terrace. The second building which will reach five stories and be nearly 60 feet tall, will also include residential units along with a 2nd floor garden terrace and a rooftop terrace. The 2nd building will also differ in shape, reducing floors on the southern side to allow for more light on the 2nd floor garden terrace.
Developers estimate that the project will cost close to $60 Million
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The DNA Lofts development located at 944 Dorchester Ave in Boston, MA is going to be auctioning off the remaining condominiums. The auction is set to take place on the evening of Thursday October 6th, will be for 25 luxurious loft-style condominiums. DNA Lofts is a newly constructed complex located in North Dorchester , just minutes from Boston Medical Center, Umass Boston The South End and the Red-Line. Minimum bids start at $115,000 up to 60 percent below asking prices and dramatically lower than the current average listing price in Greater Boston [click to continue…]
The 1922 South Boston factory/headquarters of the Joseph Burnett Company, a manufacturer of vanilla and other flavorings, food colorings, puddings and cake mixes for more than a century, has acquired a new flavor and color as The Lofts at 437 D St., a 42-unit loft condominium.
Now for sale here at $869,000 is a 1-bed, 2-bath penthouse unit with 54 feet of windows, exciting city views, radiant sun, and high, wide living spaces that can be arranged according to your personal taste.
The high beamed ceilings, vast warehouse floors, oversized windows and sturdy brick walls of the North End’s old Castignetti Bros. men’s clothier at 26 Stillman St. seemed well suited for the 28 luxury loft condos the 1899 building became in 2001. Now for sale here at $995,000 is a 1,689-square-foot, 2-bed, 2-bath unit well tailored to fit your lifestyle and taste.