Boston Residential Group is redefining the art of urban living in South Shore MA. Our team’s unique developments create an immediate and compelling link between it’s residents and the area. BRG is setting the standard for urban residential real estate development in South Shore MA by combining elegance with comfort, giving each project unique elements of design that make it stylish and distinctive.
We partner with institutional investors to create distinctive mixed-use and residential properties in areas such as South Shore MA, Boston’s Fort Point area, Back Bay, Seaport District, Jamaica Plain and more. BRG creates enduring real estate assets and superior financial returns with our vision, market insight and execution. Read more about BRG’s real estate development services in South Shore MA and see some of our featured projects below.
The Olmsted Place development is an, LEED Silver building thatopens onto Boston’s Emerald Necklace and offers residents a close connection to wonderful outdoor spaces.
Envisioned with a blend of natural charm and modern convenience, this property features 196 studio apartments, one-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units that are a short walk away from the Longwood Medical area and Arnold Arboretum. This building offers a number of amenities, including a private outdoor pool, coffee lounge, health club, private dining room and full-service concierge. Apartments in this building range in overall size from studio apartments at just above 500 square feet to three-bedroom/two-bath residences at just over 1,300 square feet.
A luxurious, contemporary condo building developed in a 100-year-old traditional brick former factory in Boston’s Fort Point area.
The property features a rooftop deck with views of the Boston skyline, a covered vehicular drive-through, and units with zebrawood finish cabinets, polished chrome fixtures, and honed black granite countertops. The building is also home to Oak Rowan, a fine dining location with a casual flavor.
The property’s interior has a unique, contemporary, urban feel, and boasts a large lobby with storage for bicycles.
The units have modern systems and amenities but maintain their industrial spirit. Elements include hand-laid chevron tiles, studded barn-style doors, an original entry stairway and enameled brick. Having survived multiple uses and eras, 319 A Street continues to be one of the most beautiful and unique properties in the area 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, originally built in 1907. This 44 unit building features studio and one-bedroom units, and boasts modern interior finishes with classic brick and beam details.
This is a luxurious, doorman-served building with contemporary finishes, one-of-a-kind amenities, and superb services for residents. This project exemplifies BRG’s approach for real estate development in South Shore MA – reposition and improve properties for the long term – and has seen a tremendous increase in value in Boston’s thriving residential market. BRGs repositioning of this residence and retail property has increased its market value over $300 million over the last decade.
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BRG manages and owns over 3,000 apartments and condominiums that represent $1.8b in real estate assets. Boston Residential Group works tirelessly to add value to our projects and is committed to delivering outstanding returns to our investors. We are redefining the art of urban living in South Shore MA and 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.