Dockside Place Condos on Sleeper Street

We receive questions from Buyers somewhat regularly on whether there are units available at Dockside Place Condominiums at 15-33 Sleeper Street in the heart of Boston’s Seaport District. The typical answer is that there is rarely, if anything, available. That said, a rarely available unit at the 89-unit loft-style two-building condo development is now available.

Unit 203 is a 868 square foot one-bedroom one-bathroom loft that boasts exposed brick and beams, and excellent views of downtown Boston over the Fort Point Channel. Listed at $499,000 ($574 per square foot), this Boston loft comes with a $366/month HOA fee, which includes extra storage. No parking is included.

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Boston Dockside Place Condominiums

Boston Dockside Place Condominiums

Comments

  1. Four units for sale over there now. I wonder what’s going on? The only thing I’ve heard about the building recently is that unit owners are now allowed to install hardwood floors, which would come as a great improvement to most units I’ve seen which have old off white carpeting.

  2. Boston Condo Guy says:

    There’s an approval process for laying hardwoods, and the sound (for the person below) needs to be mitigated. Regardless, this is a definite plus for the true Seaport District development.

    Deeded parking spots remain the holy grail with this development – rentals are common, but a deeded space along with a unit is tough to come by.

  3. Bostonguy says:

    Boston Condo Guy……..

    what are your thoughts on the building, neighborhood…etc..

    thanx

  4. Boston Condo Guy says:

    The buildings (there are two, one at 15 Sleeper Street, and one at 33 Sleeper Street, with a parking lot in between) are somewhat dated (1982 renovation), but feel substantial. The 33 Sleeper Street offers unit owners on the northeast side of the building excellent Harbor views, while views in other areas of the buildings are not spectacular. The buildings are similar to an Embassy Suites hotel with the atrium and skylight feel…no free breakfast though. Ceilings are soaring, and units feel quite expansive (sometimes almost too much so). Some units are dated and need renovation work. The community environment is well liked by residents, as it is definitely a place where owners stay for long periods of time, even buying up adjoining units to build bigger lofts, or selling and buying in the buildings to obtain a different floorplan and/or view – this says a lot about a Boston condo development.

    The neighborhood is obviously still developing, so it is relatively quiet, which is something that many residents enjoy. Fort Point Place and Channel Center, both well-received condo developments up the road, and FP3 coming in, have and will help the area to blossom even more. Dockside Place is a very short distance to the Greenway and all of the areas that it connects.

    For the Seaport District, and the buildings’ amenities, Dockside continues to command (on average) approximately $450 per square foot, a rather strong number, and a testament to what owners really enjoy about the buildings.