Boston Residential Group redefines the art of urban living in Dorchester MA. Our distinct developments help establish a strong link between it’s occupants and the area. We are setting the standard for urban residential real estate development in Dorchester MA by pairing beauty with comfort, resulting in each property having unique design elements that make it distinct and stylish.
Our partnerships with institutional investors enable us to develop distinctive multi-purpose and residential properties in locations such as Dorchester MA, Boston’s Back Bay, Jamaica Plain, Seaport and Fort Port Channel. With vision, market insight and execution, BRG creates enduring real estate assets and superior financial returns. Find out more about our real estate development services in Dorchester MA and see some of our latest projects below.
A sophisticated, LEED Silver building thatopens onto Boston’s Emerald Necklace and offers city-dwellers a close connection to wonderful outdoor spaces.
Envisioned with a combination of natural charm and modern convenience, this property boasts nearly 200 studio, one-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom units and three-bedroom residences that are a 10-minute walk from the Arnold Arboretum and Longwood Medical area. Life at Olmsted Place includes access to a number of amenities, including an outdoor pool, coffee lounge, health and fitness club, private dining lounge and full-service concierge. Units range in overall size from studio apartments at just above 500 sq ft to three-bed/two-bathroom residences at just over 1,300 square feet.
This is a modern, luxury condo building developed in a 100-year-old traditional brick former factory in Boston’s Fort Point area.
The construction features a rooftop deck with views of downtown Boston and Boston Harbor, a covered driveway for vehicles, and homes with honed black granite countertops, zebrawood finish cabinets, and polished chrome fixtures. The property is also home to Oak Rowan, a fine dining location with a casual flavor.
The interior of the building has a distinct, modern, urban feel, and also offers a large lobby and storage for bicycles.
The units have modern amenities and systems but retain their industrial spirit. Some of the elements include studded barn-style doors, hand-laid chevron tiles, an original entry stairway and enameled brick. Having survived multiple eras and uses, 319 A Street continues to shine with its bank vault, barn-style hoist, freight elevator, tin shutters, and adjacent railroad tracks.
This property is a former steel fabricating plant located in a historic Boston Wharf Co. building, completed in 1907. The 44 studio and one-bedroom apartments at 381 Congress, feature modern interior finishes coupled with classic brick and beam details.
Church Park is a beautiful, full-service, luxury building with contemporary finishes, state-of-the-art amenities, and unparalleled resident services. This project properly exemplifies BRG’s approach to real estate development in Dorchester MA – improve and reposition properties for the long run – and has seen a tremendous increase in value in Boston’s healthy residential market. BRGs well-executed repositioning of this residence and retail project has elevated its market value over $300 million over the past decade.
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Boston Residential Group owns and manages over 3,000 apartments and condos representing $1.8b in real estate assets. Boston Residential Group works tirelessly to add value to our projects and is committed to producing superior returns to our partners and investors. We are redefining the art of urban living in Dorchester MA and in the following locations:
Massachusetts, Boston MA, North Shore MA, South Shore MA, MetroWest MA, Cambridge MA, Charlestown MA, East Boston MA, Chelsea MA, Somerville MA, Brookline MA, Dorchester MA, Roxbury MA, West Roxbury MA, Hyde Park MA, Jamaica Plain MA, Allston MA, Brighton MA, Newton MA, Framingham MA, Everett MA, South Boston MA, Boston’s North End, Boston’s South End, Boston’s Beacon Hill, Boston’s Back Bay, Fenway Area, and more.