St. Regis waterfront property nears completion

by Liz Hughes

The last waterfront condominium building in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood is nearing completion.

The St. Regis Residences project is being built on the former site of Whiskey Priest and Atlantic Beer Garden on Seaport Boulevard. The unique glass building design was first sketched out on a cocktail napkin by renowned architect Howard Eklus and is meant to resemble a sail unfurling in the wind, the company says. 

Boston’s Seaport has undergone a massive transformation. From being the home of the famed Anthony’s Pier 4, Jimmy’s Harborside and the Barking Crab back in the 1980s, to the 1990s when the area was cut off by the Big Dig project and became a sea of parking lots and rotting piers, to today, with its restaurants, hotels, residences and more. 

The project marks the first time St. Regis has attached itself to a residential-only property.

​​”The luxury market is shifting towards a focus on highly curated services and experiential living, so it’s no surprise that discerning buyers are drawn to this well-established brand known for incredible attention to detail,” said Cathy Angelini, director of sales for The St. Regis Residences, Boston. “Our buyers are looking for beautiful design, unmatched amenities, stunning water views and access to the up-and-coming Seaport neighborhood, and The St. Regis Residences, Boston is the only opportunity to have all of that in one place, while calling a gorgeous waterfront property home.”

Once complete, the 22-floor building will include 62 floor plans and 114 units with prices ranging from $2 million for a one-bedroom unit to $15 million for a four-bedroom penthouse. Many of the units have walk-out or Juliet balconies with sweeping Boston Harbor views. The first two floors of the building will include a restaurant. 

The property will also offer butler access, a pool, jacuzzi, guest suites, an exercise room, spa and a private entrance to the restaurant.

The project is expected to be completed in November.

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