Step inside the new luxury building under construction along Boston Harbor

One of Boston’s most exclusive waterfront residential properties is nearing completion. It’s a unique and lavish partnership between a luxury hotel brand and a developer from Massachusetts. The unique glass profile of the St. Regis Residences Boston is already visible high above the Boston Seaport. Its developer is Jon Cronin’s Cronin Development and it is the first time that St. Regis has associated its brand, known for luxury hotels, with a residential project. Under construction at 150 Harborside Drive, the building is based on a sketch by architect Howard Elkus, who died in 2017, and the twisted facade is meant to evoke a sail unfolding in the wind. “I think it was Mayor Menino who strongly suggested to Mr. Cronin, our developer, that he wanted something in terms of architectural design that would have been very different for the city of Boston, where so many of the buildings we see are square,” he explained. Cathy Angelini, sales director for St. Regis Residences Boston. Prices for the 114 homes in the 22-story building range from $ 2 million for a one-bedroom to $ 15 million for a four-bedroom penthouse. Features of the 62 available floor plans include marble countertops and custom Italian furniture. Other amenities include butler service, a harbor view lounge and bar, swimming pool and jacuzzi, a gym with personal workout options, a spa, guest suites, and a private entrance to the restaurant. That restaurant will occupy the first two floors of the building. Angelini said she will offer dinner on the dock and a link to Boston’s Harbor Walk. The building is under construction on a lot that once housed the Whiskey Priest and the Atlantic Beer Garden. An additional triangular piece of sidewalk purchased for nearly $ 2 million by the city completed the property. The units will be ready to close in November this year and Angelini said some are still available. St. Regis Residences Boston is the last residential lot built over water in the seaport.

One of Boston’s most exclusive waterfront residential properties is nearing completion. It’s a unique and lavish partnership between a luxury hotel brand and a developer from Massachusetts.

The unique glass profile of the St. Regis Residences Boston is already visible high above the Boston Seaport. Its developer is Jon Cronin’s Cronin Development and it is the first time that St. Regis has associated its brand, known for luxury hotels, with a residential project.

Under construction at 150 Harborside Drive, the building is based on a sketch by architect Howard Elkus, who died in 2017, and the twisted facade is meant to evoke a sail unfolding in the wind.

“I think it was Mayor Menino who strongly suggested to Mr. Cronin, our developer, that he wanted something in terms of architectural design that would be very different for the city of Boston, where so many of the buildings we see are square,” explained Cathy. Angelini, sales director for St. Regis Residences Boston.

Prices for the 114 homes in the 22-story building range from $ 2 million for a one-bedroom to $ 15 million for a four-bedroom penthouse. Features of the 62 available floor plans include marble countertops and custom Italian furniture.

Other amenities include butler service, a harbor view lounge and bar, swimming pool and jacuzzi, a gym with personal workout options, a spa, guest suites, and a private entrance to the restaurant.

That restaurant will occupy the first two floors of the building. Angelini said it will offer meals on the dock and a link to Boston’s Harbor Walk.

The building is under construction on a lot that once housed the Whiskey Priest and the Atlantic Beer Garden. An additional triangular piece of sidewalk purchased for nearly $ 2 million by the city completed the property.

The units will be ready to close in November this year and Angelini said some are still available. St. Regis Residences Boston is the last residential lot built over water in the seaport.