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Lebanese-American Designer Linda Zarifi Has Created A Chic New Blueprint For City Living
Gronk Fitness to Open Gym in New Luxury Residential Building in Boston
Few things get Bostonians hyped up like Gronk. Now, his family business, Gronk Fitness, one of the largest fitness equipment distributors in the country, plans to open its first Boston-based residential fitness center at The Parker, a luxury residential tower under construction in the Theater District.
Gronkowskis Team Up with Downtown Boston Condo Developer
The developer of downtown Boston's newest luxury condo tower is counting on the Gronkowski family's name recognition and growing fitness equipment empire to spotlight the property's health club offering.
A Hidden Jewel Box
A new luxury high-rise has plans of bringing the VIP experience home right in the Theater District.
The Parker, a new condo building in the Theatre District, is steeped in drama
On Jan. 27, Fortis Property Group launched sales at The Parker at 55 Lagrange St. in Boston’s Theatre District. The 22-story softly rounded-glass tower, designed by Stantec, offers 168 studio, one-bedroom, and-two-bedroom residences with price tags ranging from $600,000 to just over $3 million. Linda Zarifi designed the interiors, taking cues from the neighborhood.
New Condo Tower Touts Private Club Atmosphere
The Sarkis Team at Douglas Elliman is marketing units starting at $575,000 at The Parker, Fortis Property Group's 168-unit tower at 55 Lagrange St. scheduled for completion in early fall. Buyers with a budget and preference for Boston Common views can bid on two-bedroom penthouse units listed at $3 million and over.
Boston’s Newest Condo Tower Touts Private Club Atmosphere
Boston’s newest luxury condo building gives some buyers a chance to sample downtown living at a price below many suburban single-family homes. Brokers are marketing units starting at $575,000 at The Parker, Fortis Property Group’s 168-unit tower at 55 Lagrange St. scheduled for completion in early fall. Buyers with a budget and preference for Boston Common views can bid on two-bedroom penthouse units listed at $3 million.
Boston’s Newest Tower Offers Luxury Living Downtown for under $1 Million
Units start at $600,000 in The Parker, which also provides access to a private screening room, a lounge, and rooftop cabanas.
When it comes to sales of luxury residential developments in Boston, business has never been better, according to Joshua A. Golden, the owner of Luxury Residential Group, a real estate company in the city. “There are a lot of new buildings in Boston, and the properties are selling at a brisk pace,” he says.
Office Owners Lean Into Daycares And Outdoor Spaces To Lure Back Remote Workers
Boston’s office players are chasing amenities they hope will make their tenants reconsider working from home.
Demand for High-End
"It doesn't look like we were in a pandemic" Is there demand for high-end, urban living post-COVID? Boston condo developers say not much has changed.
A Calculated Bet on Condo Market Growth
Brooklyn, New York developer Fortis Property Group made its first splash in Boston commercial real estate with its 2007 acquisition of the 1.1 million-square-foot One Lincoln office tower that’s home to State Street Corp.’s headquarters. Now it’s starting to make its mark in multifamily development with a new 21-story, 146-unit condominium tower under construction on the edge of the Theater District and a planned 132-unit condo addition to the Dock Square Garage next to Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Fortis Property Group tops out 55 Lagrange St. in Theater District
Boston, MA Fortis Property Group, a vertically integrated owner, operator and developer that is renowned for its transformative residential and multi-faceted real estate projects throughout major East Coast markets and in Texas, has reached a significant construction milestone on its latest residential tower located at 55 Lagrange St. in the Theater District.
Downtown Residential Market Shows Resilience
The city is bustling again. Traffic is back and parking throughout Boston’s garages is nearing capacity. Restaurant patios are packed, and yet again high-demand dinner reservations need to be booked at least a week in advance. People want to spend time here, and they want to live amongst the energy and intellectual culture.