EchelonSeaport: Superlative condo living in Boston's new epicenter
The first large-scale condominium development in Boston's vibrant Seaport District is welcoming early buyers.
Los Angeles-based developer The Cottonwood Group has launched an ambitious new mixed-use development in Boston's fastest-growing and most influential neighborhood.
EchelonSeaport will feature premier condominium residences in three towers which will cover more than one million square feet of prime real estate. The first three levels will incorporate over 125,000 square feet of deluxe boutiques and fine dining venues, and top-of-the-line amenities for residents.
As Boston's new lifestyle and fashion hub, EchelonSeaport will overtake Copley Place and Newbury Street as a worthy rival to New York City's Fifth Avenue. As the property market with the strongest outlook in the northeastern US, Boston has already surpassed New York, according to PwC's Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2017. Among its strengths are the presence of world-leading education institutions in the area, an influx of big business, a booming construction industry and low property vacancies.
The new heart of Boston
The Seaport District has rapidly emerged as one of Boston's most attractive, up and coming neighborhoods. Still living up to its former name as the Innovation District, major companies such as General Electric, Amazon and PwC have opened major regional offices in Seaport to take advantage of the proximity to the CBD and Boston Logan International Airport, as well as tap into the strong intellectual capital on offer in Boston, where Harvard and MIT graduates filter into the workforce.
It's not just entrepreneurs that love Seaport District. Seaport lures architecture aficionados, who enjoy the striking modern meets historic brick buildings in this regenerating zone. Bostonians are attracted to world-class cuisine from James Beard-caliber chefs, in addition to parks and public green spaces like Seaport Common, and easy access to paths which stretch out for miles along the waterfront.
For culture, EchelonSeaport is close to the award-winning Institute of Contemporary Art and Boston Children's Museum. It's also just two blocks away from the newly opened shops and restaurants of One Seaport Square, a $600 million mixed-use development which spans 1,500,000 square feet.
Designed by architects Kohn Pedersen Fox, EchelonSeaport will comprise three eye-catching towers connected by paths, an iconic footbridge and a central courtyard. The two residential towers – 133 & 135 Seaport Boulevard – which are just starting to go on sale, will be 21 stories in height and include a total 447 residences. Floor-to-ceiling windows create impacting views of the city and Boston Harbor, as well as exclusive views from the units with private terraces.
Residents at EchelonSeaport will enjoy the best in amenities which include: a health club and spa, wine room, basketball court, roof gardens, sun decks and an infinity pool.