Interior Finishing Ongoing at The Archer Residences in Beacon Hill
Construction at the luxury Archer Residences in Beacon Hill continues with interior finishes going in and the exterior work nearly complete. The development will include 62 residences, a fitness center, a children's room, and other high-end amenities.
LOI Filed for 600+ Units at 75 Morrissey Blvd
A letter of intent has been filed by Center Court Mass for two-residential towers at 75 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester. The towers would be 15 & 17 stories tall and include up to 608 residential units. The developer also owns the neighboring Star Market parcel and the Beasley Media Group building with plans for additional phases of development to include over 1,000 housing units along with retail and parking.
Beacon Hill Development Refinanced for $150 Million
The Archer Residences in Beacon Hill has been refinanced for $150 million via Apollo Global.
The development features an exclusive luxury condominium development boasting 62 residences. The Archer Residences will restore two existing historic buildings and construct a new penthouse level. Amenities at The Archer Residences will include concierge service, a fitness center, a children's room, and a common roof deck. An underground parking garage will be built underneath the buildings containing 54 parking spaces. The Archer Residences will be located across from the Massachusetts State House, steps from Boston's Financial District and the Back Bay.
$3.9M Permit Issued for Interior Renovations at 95 Berkeley St.
A permit valued at $3.9M has been pulled for interior renovations at 95 Berkeley Street. The project will transform all 6 floors of the building, around 91,750 square feet into Class A office space. A common stairway will also be added between the 5th and 6th floors of the building along with a fitness center. The building was acquired by CIM Group and Center Court Mass, LLC in 2016 for $43,000,000.
Luxury Interior Finish Install Underway at The Archer Residences in Beacon Hill
The interiors of the 62 luxury condo residences at The Archer are starting to take shape with finish work underway. No detail will be left unaccounted for during this renovation of the two historic Beacon Hill buildings that comprise the project. Elegant finishes will include 5” rift oak flooring, crown molding and gas fireplaces in the expansive and open living areas. Spacious and bright bathrooms will feature natural stone tile, copper Waterworks fixtures, and waterfall showerheads. Along with beautiful finishes, The Archer will offer residents the convenience of a full-service, fully amenitized building, a rarity in Beacon Hill. From 24-hour concierge service to valet parking, The Archer brings full-service living to Beacon Hill.
The Residences at The Archer are expected to be completed next year with the sales gallery now open. For more information about The Archer, contact The Caulfield Properties Team at 857.305.3148 or via email at email@example.com.
Permit Pulled for Lab Conversion at Bunker Hill Business Center
A permit has been pulled for a $4M conversion to lab space at the Bunker Hill Business Center currently a flex office/light industrial building. The permit calls for interior fit-out along with new rooftop mechanical units. The building is located along busy Rutherford Avenue in Charlestown, near the new apartment buildings The Harvey and The Graphic plus the upcoming parking/retail structure at 100 Hood Park Drive.
Scaffolding Coming Down at The Archer in Beacon Hill
Removal of scaffolding is nearly complete for The Archer revealing the building’s beautifully restored historic facade. This upcoming, exclusive condo development will include 62 luxury residences offering a mix of timeless Beacon Hill charm with modern amenities. Original features of the two brick buildings preserved include ceiling heights of 9 to 16 feet along with arched or oversized windows. These new homes also feature oak flooring, crown molding, gas fireplaces and are pre-wired for Lutron window treatments, home entertainment system, and WIFI.
Amenities at The Archer will include 24-hour white glove service along with an impeccably designed clubroom, dining room, and roof terrace. The fitness and wellness center is designed by The Wright Fit, a premier health, and wellness company specializing in holistic training and programs.
The residences at The Archer are expected to be complete in 2020 and the sales gallery showcasing the buildings gorgeous finishes is now open. For more information about The Archer, contact The Caulfield Properties Team at 857.305.3148 or visit https://thearcherresidences.com/
Charlestown Industrial Building Sells for $7.2 Million
Center Court Partners has acquired the property at 6 Bunker Hill Industrial Park in Charlestown for $7.2 million.
6 Bunker Hill is a 21,586 square foot industrial building that boasts 28’ clear height and has immediate access to Rutherford Avenue, Downtown Boston, and I-93, making it extremely functional for today’s industrial tenants.
More Details Unveiled for Potential Development at 75 Morrissey Blvd
More details of the development in planning for 75 Morrissey Boulevard were discussed during a recent community meeting in Dorchester and include a three-phase plan that could feature up to 7 buildings with a total of nearly 1775 residential units. The first phase of the project would be two towers, slightly reduced from previous plans from 23 & 26 floor to 21 & 24 floors next to the upcoming Beat. These towers would include 694 residential units, 11,400 square feet of retail, and two levels of parking with 374 spaces.
Ample green space is included throughout the plans along with a potential new home for the existing Star Market on the site. The development team will continue to meet with the community and also developers of nearby sites including the 20 acre Columbia Point UMASS Boston awarded development rights to Accordia Partners earlier this year.
The Caulfield Properties Team Takes Over Sales for One of Beacon Hill’s Most Anticipated Projects: The Archer Residences
The Caulfield Properties Team at Compass has taken over sales for Beacon Hill’s hottest new condo project, The Archer. This exclusive, boutique development will convert two historic buildings into 62 luxurious condo homes. A new construction penthouse level will top off the project. Spacious homes range in size from one to four bedrooms, all blending historic character with elegant finishes and modern amenities.
This full-service building offers a highly-curated suite of amenities including a Club Room, fitness and wellness rooms, children's playroom, and underground garage parking. Residents can also enjoy amazing views of Beacon Hill from the nearly 5,000 square foot roof terrace.
Nestled on Temple Place in Beacon Hill, The Archer offers residents the charm of this historic neighborhood with many of Boston’s other great neighborhoods just a quick jaunt away. For more information on The Archer contact the Caulfield Properties Tema at 617-501- 3685 or visit https://thearcherresidences.com/.
Developers Pitch Residential Towers at 75 Morrissey Boulevard
The owners of several key Morrissey Boulevard parcels floated a plan for two 20-plus-story towers at the former Channel 56 site at the Columbia-Savin Hill Civic Association’s planning commitee meeting Tuesday.
Center Court Partners purchased the 2.23-acre site from car magnate Herb Chambers in June 2017 for $14.5 million. The group has since acquired two adjoining parcels and now owns all the property between the Hub 25 buildings and the site of the Boston Globe’s former headquarters, including the Star Market parcel and the Beasley Media Group building.
Citing restrictions on long-term leases that would stop them from fully controlling the Beasley site until at least 2032 and the Star Market site until 2040, the Center Court group proposed a 23- and 26-story tower on the one parcel they can move forward on: 75 Morrissey. The Reporter first published a story on their preliminary plans for the site in September 2018.
Developer and architect David Raftery said he and his team are “trying to stay within the spirit of the master plan,” pointing to the 2011 BPDA-published Columbia Point Master Plan, drawing from two years of work from a local task force looking to envision growth around the Point.
Near the JFK/UMass station, the land-use plan envisioned buildings as tall as 17 stories. Building heights would drop as they moved south, down to around four stories at the Globe site, which is adjacent to the residential section of Savin Hill and the environmentally sensitive Patten’s Cove.
Several at the meeting noted that the master plan is still a valuable guide, but represents an era prior to the sprawling Bayside Expo center deal and the five-story Hub 25 building built next to the T.
Raftery said their concept for around 750 units is “a highly residential program here to complement essentially what’s happening at the BEAT next door.”
The BEAT is the innovation campus, office space, and brew hall planned for the former Globe site. Owners Nordblom Co. opted not to include residential as part of that plan, keeping the bones of the existing Globe structure. “We think it’s a great opportunity to kind of migrate residential to this,” Raftery said as disapproving muttering began filling the room’s edges.
Michael Binette, with The Architectural Team, presented some conceptual images to the assembled civic members. He, too, referenced the master plan, calling for a break-up of the area’s “super blocks” into more of an orderly neighborhood grid including large amounts of residential units.
“We think there’s still a way to maintain that kind of vision of a vibrant mixed use community within this parcel,” Binette said. To “amenetize” the site, Binette said, calls for density.
The early plans, which have not been filed with city officials, show a 23-story residential tower over 3,800 square feet of retail and a 26-story tower over 7,600 square feet of retail. Multi-story parking garages would sit beneath each building, for a parking ratio of about 0.5 to the total unit count, which Binette said seemed “reasonable given the trends” toward using transit and reduced driving.
The reception to the conceptual plan was mixed.
Planning committee chair Eileen Fenton politely echoed some of the aesthetic objections, asking if the group had similar height plans down the line from the other parcels. “That looks weird to me right now,” she said of the lone towers.
Though some felt that 300-plus parking spaces were inadequate and worried about traffic flows into Savin Hill, Paul Nutting wished the team had banked more on the nearby T.
More destiny was “called for at JFK station,” Nutting said. “They could walk downstairs, take the elevator downstairs to the train, as opposed to all I’m hearing here about driving and circulation and Howard Stein Hudson. This should really be more transit-oriented and focused on that.”
Columbia-Savin Hill civic president Desmond Rohan noted that the Red Line is already often overburdened. With around 20 stories also planned for the nearby Mary Ellen McCormack development, Rohan wondered, “How’s the Red Line going to handle that?”
Don Walsh, who led the master plan task force, asked the Center Court team to think down the line, to try to work with the civic association and city to create a cohesive area. They got on board with density in the master plan because there were promised community benefits, he said, “and I’m not seeing any of that right now.”
“It seems like we’re coming full circle,” Walsh said. “We started the Columbia Point master plan with four, five, six projects going about their merry way by themselves. Now we’re back at where we started before: the Globe doing its thing, you’re doing your thing, 20 acres at Mt. Vernon, UMass is expanding and expanding… everybody is dealing by themselves.”
Bisette said they have reached out to some of the other landowners like Nordblom and they are trying to “think about how they’ll all work together even if they don’t all work together today.” Next steps are to meet with the BPDA to see if it is appropriate timing-wise to file a Letter of Intent to get the city process underway.
via Jennifer Smith, News Editor - Dorchester Reporter
Notice of Project Change at The Archer Residences in Beacon Hill
The project change calls for the redevelopment of existing Suffolk University Archer and Donahue buildings into 62 (originally 67) residential units with 54 (originally 50) parking spaces.
The Archer Residences will restore two existing historic buildings and construct a new penthouse level. Amenities at The Archer Residences will include concierge service, a fitness center, a children's room, and a common roof deck.