Boston Neighborhood: Seaport District Status: Construction Complete (Units Available) Number of Units: 92 Price Range: $369,000 – $2,000,000 Concierge Building: Yes
Description: The Fort Point Channel neighborhood in the Seaport District of Boston is home to the new baseline in luxury condos called FP3 Boston. FP3 is a mixed-use development consisting of 92 residential loft-style condos, and local restaurateur Barbara Lynch’s latest endeavor called Sportello and Drink. The name, FP3, refers to a three-building complex with three new floors in the Fort Point area, and is intended to reflect the modern sensibility being designed into the historic warehouses in Boston’s Seaport District. The three new upper floors are set back from the building’s edge to reduce their visibility from the street – and to make room for private outdoor space in units.
FP3 consists of three buildings, a combination of two existing warehouses (former wool warehouses built by the Boston Wharf Company), along with a third building, a three-story copper and glass infill, serving as the connection point.
The condo development offers studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms graced with great finishes, including Hacin + Associates bathrooms. Units range in size from 600 to 2,000 square feet, and are priced between $369,000 and $2 million. Studios offer between 580 and 700 square feet at prices from $369,000 to $500,000. One-bedrooms offer 744 square feet starting at approximately $449,000. Two-bedrooms start at 1,031 square feet and approximately $629,000.
Parking is not available onsite, but owners have guaranteed rights to lease parking at the nearby Stillings Street garage for approximately $220 per month. Condo fees include a concierge on duty from 7am to 7pm, professional management, master insurance, heat, A/C, water/sewer, and gas.
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