Boston Residential Group is redefining the art of urban living in South End Boston MA. Our distinctive developments help establish an immediate connection between it’s occupants and the local area. We set the standard for urban residential real estate development in South End Boston MA by integrating charm with comfort, giving each project unique design aesthetics that make it unique and stylish.
We partner with institutions to develop distinctive multi-purpose and residential properties in locations such as South End Boston MA, Boston’s Fort Point area, Back Bay, Seaport District, Jamaica Plain and more. Our market insight, vision, and execution allow us to create long-lasting real estate assets and exceptional financial returns. Read more about BRG’s real estate development services in South End Boston MA and view some of our featured projects below.
This is an elegant, LEED Silver building that is located in the heart of Boston’s Emerald Necklace area and offers city-dwellers a close connection to the beautiful outdoors.
Designed with a blend of elegance and contemporary convenience, Olmsted Place boasts nearly 200 studio units, one-bedroom, two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom apartments that are a very short walk away from the Longwood Medical area. This building offers a number of amenities, including a beautiful outdoor pool, cafe, gym, private dining area and full-service concierge. This building’s units range in overall size from studios at just above 500 square feet to three-bed/two-bath residences at just over 1,300 square feet.
This is a modern, luxurious condominium development in a century-old classic brick former factory in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston.
The construction offers residents a rooftop deck with views of downtown Boston and Boston Harbor, a covered driveway accessible for vehicles, and homes with zebrawood finish cabinets, polished chrome fixtures, and honed black granite countertops. The property is also home to Oak Rowan, a fine dining establishment with a casual flavor.
The property’s interior features a distinct, contemporary, urban feel, and also offers a large lobby and storage for bikes.
The units have modern amenities and systems but preserve their industrial character. Elements include hand-laid chevron tiles, studded barn-style doors, an original entry stairway and enameled brick. Through multiple uses and eras, 319 A Street continues to shine with its freight elevator, barn-style hoist, bank vault, tin shutters, and adjacent railroad tracks.
This property is a former steel fabricating building situated in a historic Boston Wharf Co. building, completed in 1907. The 44 studio and one-bedroom apartments at 381 Congress, feature modern interior finishes and historic brick and beam details.
Church Park is a luxury, full-service, doorman-served building with modern finishes, state-of-the-art amenities, and unparalleled resident services. This project demonstrates BRG’s approach to real estate development in South End Boston MA – improve and reposition properties for the long run – and has grown in value in Boston’s thriving residential real estate market. BRGs well-planned and executed repositioning of this apartment and retail project has improved its market value over $300 million over the past 15 years.
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BRG owns and manages over 3,000 apartments and condos representing $1.8b in real estate assets. Our dedicated team works tirelessly to add value to our projects and is dedicated to producing exceptional returns to our partners and investors. We are redefining the art of urban living in South End Boston MA and the following areas:
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.