New Tremont Street Boston Parking Space for Sale

Finding a place to park your car in downtown Boston can be difficult and expensive.

First, you have to locate a space. Then you have to deal with parking tickets, street cleaning, expensive meters, drivers bumping into your car, not to mention winter weather.

This is why more and more people are investing in Boston parking spaces. Not only will you avoid all these aggravations, owning a parking space in the city center of Boston can also be a great investment opportunity.

Boston Parking Spaces on Tremont Street

If you are looking to buy a parking space located in the heart of the city, the space located at 170 Tremont Street, inside the Parkside condominium development, offers a secure designated spot with 24 hour security and valet service. Compared to other parking facilities, the valet service at 170 Tremont Street provides flexibility to retrieve your vehicle; you can either call ahead to request your car or set up a parking schedule with the valet service.

Tremont Street Boston Parking-Space for Sale

Additionally, you do not need to own a condo in the Parkside condo development to purchase this parking space. Contact us today regarding Boston parking spaces – we work with local residents looking to buy and/or sell, as well as investors all over the US and abroad who are interested in leveraging parking spaces in Boston as an income producing asset that can diversify their investment portfolio.

This space is conveniently located a short distance to the Back Bay, Financial District, Beacon Hill, Faneuil Hall, and the Theater District. This is an ideal parking space for current owners in the Parkside condominium complex, students, investors, renters / homeowners at the Tremont on the Common, Ritz Carlton Towers or The Grandview or nearby neighborhoods.

Boston Real Estate Under $100K

As we’ve discussed before, one of the easiest ways to get into the downtown Boston real estate game is to purchase a deeded parking space – Boston real estate under $100K. Three have been multiple new deeded (i.e. you would own the space) Boston parking spaces that have hit the market over the past several weeks. For more details, use the contact us link at the top of this page.

  • 1 Nassau Street (The Metropolitan) – Chinatown. Price: $35,000 ($95 HOA).
  • 2 Rollins Street (Rollins Square) – South End. Price: $45,000 ($50 HOA).
  • 44 Prince Street (44 Prince Street) – North End. Price: $100,000 ($50 HOA).
  • 425 Newbury Street (Somerset Garage) – Back Bay. Price: $89,000 ($0 HOA).

Boston Real Estate Tidbits

Much has been happening this week, the activity levels on multiple fronts (announcements, under agreement properties, website traffic, auctions, etc.) is truly starting to create a buzz around town. Here is some of the latest.

Auctions – yes, that’s plural, it looks like downtown Boston residents will see at least two auctions in the near future, both at the Modern South End and the Broadluxe. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available (i.e. auction dates, etc.). Update: see Modern South End Boston Condo Auction.

285 Columbus Lofts – construction is flying along, as well as under agreement units. Occupancy is currently being targeted for mid May (this would be the first on time or ahead of schedule development in quite some time) and they are approximately 60% sold out at 285 Columbus Lofts – congratulations to Pat Cutter and the rest of the team there, fabulous property.

Parking Spaces – we just included a new Back Bay parking space for sale on our Boston Parking Spaces page – $90K for an inside tandem spot is pushing the envelope.

Macallen Building Video – the green Macallen condo development in what we call, northern South Boston, is getting some serious exposure from the Sundance Channel in a new feature film on the “greening of Southie”. Kudos to Pappas Properties for establishing green building as the new benchmark in Boston condos.

The Clarendon Back Bay – the ultra luxury Clarendon Back Bay began to install a huge plywood enclosure system from PERI Formwork Systems on the development. Soon the entire property will be covered in plywood so construction can continue behind it. Rumor is that large Boston Condo Guy ads will be displayed on the exterior of the plywood.

1330 Boylston Now Leasing – The new Fenway development is now leasing for August 1st occupancy. Contact the leasing team at 617 267 1330 for more information (look at that, catchy phone number, eh?).

Boston Marathon – not Robert Cheruiyot, but, John Keith. Congratulations go out to John for knocking out the tough course in a strong 3:45:29 finishing time, and for raising thousands of dollars for Community Servings in the process.

Some definite water cooler tidbits from the Boston Condo Blog. For more details, or for assistance in buying or selling a downtown Boston condo, please contact us using the link at the top of this page.

Cheap South End Listing

For a list of all available deeded parking spaces in downtown Boston for sale, please see our Boston Parking Spaces page.

A $62,500 South End listing hit the Boston MLS this morning. Unfortunately for those out there searching for a bargain South End piece of property, it’s a garage parking space at Wilkes Passage, rather than a condo itself. According tot he listing agent, it’s the best single parking space available, is a large end space, which is easy to navigate, and is next to a pole for added security against wayward doors.

At this time, there is also a tandem parking slot (with a capacity of 2 cars) for sale at Wilkes Passage for $82,500.