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25 Atlantic Avenue Overview

Address : 25 Atlantic Avenue
City : Boston
State : MA
Zip : 02110
Sectors : Housing
Construction Status : ****************
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Price per Door : *******
Condos Avaiable : ***


Latest News 2

Feb 25, 2021

6-Unit Wedge-Shaped Development Approved in North End


Nov 30, 2016

J. Derenzo Companies completes demolition for North End's 25 Atlantic Avenue Residences


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Recent Comments

Really nice design, but how did a building with an obvious modern presentation get approved? I would have thought the ultra, ultra traditionalists BANNED in BOSTON naysayers NIMBY-NAUTS of the North End would have shouted down this proposal with a booming chant of "TOO MODERN, TOO MODERN!! Thank God its a low rise building as we surely would not want a shade producing building of a whopping 8 or 9 stories in height being built in the North End.
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