FP3 Boston Pushes Out Occupancy Date (Again)

The FP3 Boston condo development, one of the anchor properties of the up and coming Seaport District, has pushed out its scheduled occupancy date for the second time. Originally slated for a December 2007 completion, FP3 had pushed out their target date to April 2008, and more recently, announced that June 2008 is looking more realistic.

Roughly 15 units in the 97-unit FP3 Boston development have been reserved. There are many great buys currently available for occupancy, mainly $550 per square foot and under, in the Seaport District and South Boston (in the Broadway T-stop area). Contact us for more information.

FP3 Boston Condos Open House

You may see us down at FP3 Boston this Sunday for an open house. The last time we stopped in, a week ago, construction was progressing, but the gaping holes in the northwest part of the building show us that they have a long way to go before their Spring 2008 completion.

FP3 Boston Condos

The sales center at FP3Boston, located at 368 Congress Street in the Seaport District, will host an open house from 12-4 pm each Sunday. Preconstruction condos are available for reservation on the 97 unit condo development in Boston’s Fort Point Channel – contact us for more information.

What Can I Buy in Boston's Seaport?

So what can you get for $300,000 to $450,000 in the Boston Seaport? Actually, you get quite a bit – at around $500 per square foot, your dollar goes far in the Seaport.

There are currently four Seaport condos on the market (three immediately available) that fall into the price range. Two of the condos are part of the Court Square Press condo development (considered more South Boston than Seaport District), one deeper in the district on 2nd Street, and one being part of the May 2008 ready FP3 Boston development.

Boston Seaport Condos

The Boston Seaport District is a hot area for new developments, and only a short walk into the Financial District and an under 10-minute walk to Boston’s South Station. The Seaport is offering good value for your money, and some attractive loft and condo options.

Court Square Press Condo Development

Night Out with Audissey Guides

Boston Condo Guy came together with Audissey Guides at Lucky’s Lounge in Fort Point Channel tonight. Audissey Guides represent a new breed of audio walking tours with local narrators, good music, and offer an overall fun and exciting way to tour a city. Audissey Guides currently offer low-cost, high-fun, audio walking tours of Boston, Chicago, Miami Beach, Seattle, and Hollywood – their New Orleans tour will be launching next week.

Lucky’s Lounge is also right across the street from one of our favorite new Boston condo developments, the FP3 Boston Condos. The FP3 condo development on Congress Street is slated for a May 2008 completion and offers units from $350,000 to $2,000,000.

FP3 Boston Condos

FP3 Boston Condos Update

The FP3 Condos in Boston’s Seaport (Fort Point Channel) district are going to push out their grand opening from December 2007 until the May 2008 timeframe. Sales are moving along with the development, as over 10% of the units are already under agreement.

FP3 Boston Seaport Condos

An update on the parking situation at FP3 Boston: Parking will not be available onsite at the development itself, however, FP3 unit owners will have access and guaranteed rights to lease parking at the Stillings Street Parking Garage (just steps away) for a negotiated rate. For further information, check out the FP3 Seaport Condos page.

FP3 Condos – Seaport District of Boston

The Seaport District is now home to a new preconstruction project called the FP3 Condos. FP3 will be a mixed-use condo development with 97 units (studio through two-bedrooms), along with a restaurant, cafe, and a lounge (brought to you by Boston restaurateur Barbara Lynch of B&G Oysters Ltd.).

Boston FP3 Seaport Condos

The Boston FP3 Condos will be made up of three buildings, a combination of two existing warehouses (formerly wool warehouses built by the Boston Wharf Company), along with the third building, a three-story copper and glass infill, serving as the connection point. Prices range from $350,000 to $2 million, and occupancy is tentatively scheduled for December 2007 June 2008.

FP3 Boston Seaport Condos