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Blog :: 04-2016

Here at Boston Lofts, we know that it's difficult to stay on top of everything that's going on in the Boston real estate market. So, we have created this blog to keep you up-to-date on the most important news and insights from our experts. Check out some of our latest posts below and feel free to reach out to us for more information - we'd love to hear from you!

10 Farnsworth Street Luxury Fort Point Condos

Development on the 10 Farnsworth Street luxury condo building in Fort Point will finally begin this June, with an expected completion date around October 2017.

TCR Development and JB Ventures together have developed this project and were approved for construction in January 2014. Before construction commences pre-sales of the units are scheduled to begin, starting at $2.5 million.

The building will house 9 luxury apartments and lofts, adding to the vibrant developing real estate within this area.

The luxury amenities include: shared and private roof gardens, floor to ceiling windows, chef kitchens and spa-like bathrooms.

With designs by CBT Architects, the six-story building combines modern luxuries with industrial design and all units will include the latest technology from heated floors to state-of-the-art audio, lighting and climate control. 

Retail space will occupy the group floor where Farnsworth and Congress intersect, although the occupants of that space are yet to be decided.

To tour 10 Farnsworth Street and other luxury lofts in Boston contact us at bostonlofts@advisorsliving.com.  

Water Mill Lofts in Dorchester

The Baker Chocolate Factory has undergone 30 years of renovations to become a beautiful housing community in Dorchester. 

Previously being offered as rentals, the latest units within the complex are now completed and up for sale as of last month, with prices averaging in the low $500,000 range. 

The Water Mill Lofts are located in Dorchester in the Lower Mills area. They are situated right on the edge of the Neponset River, in what used to be the chocolate factory's boiler room. 

The units have maintained their industrial feel, with features including exposed beams, preserved historic features, metal staircases and piping. Gourmet kitchens, walk in closets, glass showers and other luxury amenities fill the 17 new units.

With the upgrades, The Architectural Team have been sure to preserve the history and charm of the building's former sweet life.

There are even reports that visitors and residents still occasionally get a whiff of chocolate, making these luxury lofts a really unique place to call home. 

To tour luxury lofts in Boston contact us at bostonlofts@advisorsliving.com.