Allele Boston Condos Show Progress

One of the Three South Boston Amigos, Allele Boston, is showing significant progress towards its Q1 2008 occupancy target. The best vantage point to view the Allele development is from Dorchester Avenue looking south, where you can get a great view of the rounded bow facade of the building. The exclusive photos below provide a great time series piece on what has been happening over the past several months on the construction progress at Allele.

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Allele, meaning hybrid, will be a loft-style condo development at 150 Dorchester Avenue, consisting of 48 units priced between $429,000 and $1,100,000. As you can see from the pictures, terraces accompany most units. Garage parking will be available for $30,000 $40,000.

For more information on Allele Boston, or any other South Boston or Seaport District condo, please contact us.

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Comments

  1. What’s the official word on completion dates of the Allele? Also, anyone has any ideas on the sales history to date?

  2. Any word on certificate of occupancy here… Looks like they are getting close.

  3. Boston Condo Guy says:

    They’re aiming for June/July 2008. Bamboo flooring (flooring is often one of the last items on the punch list) have been laid in most units.

  4. I spoke with the folks from Allele today – they told me that they sold 14 of the 48 units. They’re aiming for occupancy at the end of June. They also told me that they’re putting the Franklin Cafe on the first floor!

  5. Any idea if there will be a price reduction, they seem very overpriced? At this point in time there are units that are listed for the same amount at FP3 and less expensive units at The MaCallen. While the square footage is larger at the Allele, there are more ammenities at The MaCallen and the Seaport area is more expensive. Any thoughts?

  6. FP3 has better location, value and potential. They finally started lowering their baseline.