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.

Luxury Boston Waterfront Condos

Boston never ceases to amaze, as the craze for ultra luxurious living options continues to mount in Boston, especially along the Waterfront. The InterContinental Residences and Battery Wharf Condos are no slouches when it comes to catering to your every desire.

The Battery Wharf Condos are back on track for 2007 completion, and they are looking nice – especially considering its full service spa and on-site chef! It’s been said that these condo / hotel combinations (Battery Wharf being affiliated with the Regent Boston hotel) highlights service as part of a living environment (at a cost though).

Battery Wharf Condos

From great Boston Harbor views to luxury hotel amenities at your fingertips, Boston is pushing the $1,000 per square foot mark with The InterContinental Residences, which are built on top of the new InterContinental Hotel on Boston’s Waterfront near Fort Point Channel.

InterContinental Boston Residences

Is Boston simply trying to catch up with New York? A recent Boston Globe article called The Manhattanization of Boston quotes the following:

“The Boston market typically tracks the New York market by a three- to four-year delay, says Brian Fallon, developer of the new InterContinental Boston Hotel and Residences at the InterContinental, which opened in November. It is really only this last round of projects that have had a fully edited, refined design sense relating to the interior, coupled with full services akin to a five-star hotel.”

It’s great to see so much development happening all across the city, the investment into beautification of undeveloped and/or distressed areas fuels positivity – at MassInc’s most recent Real Talk forum, Boston Police Commissioner Davis spoke about “order” in a community, and the positive effects of that, and these Boston condo developments assist in fostering that order.

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