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Louied, Home Buyer in Boston, MA

advice on seaport area boston 700 sq ft condo esp. wormwood build.

Asked by Louied, Boston, MA Tue Jan 31, 2012

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1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 1, 2012
There is one condo on the market on Woodward Street. It is a 603 sq ft studio and the list price is $355,000. It has one rental spot and the fee is low at $147. It has hardwood, high ceilings, a/c, separate sleeping area and has sound proofing. The Seaport is a great area to buy, however condo choices are very limited at this time. Over the next 10-15 years large developments are planned to include over 700 condos, retail spaces,
restaurants, hotels, green space and more.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 1, 2012
Awesome building. Love the seaport district. Hard to beat loft-style living.
There is a lot of gentrification going on in the Seaport District as well which is always great for the local economy and future property values.

Here is every property for sale in the seaport district (25 condo's)

Web Reference: http://territory.com/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 2, 2012
What would you like to know??/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 1, 2012
Hello Louie,

Lots of options in the area; FP-3, Channel Center, Sleeper Street, etc….
Drop me an email and I would be happy to send specific Listings and arrange a tour of multiple units.

Kind Regards,

Norman D. Hodson
Direct Line: 617-861-3630
Cellular: 617-818-2101
Direct Fax: 617-466-2737
Email: normanhodson@kw.com
Website: http://www.MyBostonRE.com

607 Boylston Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA. 02116
Office: 617-542-0012 • Fax: 617-542-0016
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jan 31, 2012
The seaport is great. What a difference a few years have made. There is plenty todo now. Excellent food options with a vibrant social scene especially in the summer. The best part is developers are committed to more progress in the area. There are several plans to build more shopping, housing, and office space.
Living in that part of Boston would offer wonderful experiences with certainly more to come.
Wormwood is a fine building. Along with Channel Center, Dockside place in Fort Point on Sleeper Street, and a condo complex at 437 D St you quickly run out of good housing choices in the Seaport. That is why it's so exciting to have new projects in the works.
FP3 is another condo building on Congress Street. There are a few units left in there held by the developer from the original buildout. I've sold in there before. My clients seem happy, but personally I don't love the floorlans or that project.
What were you specifically concerned with at Wormwood?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jan 31, 2012
Louie, the seaport area in Boston is a terrific and rapidly developing part of town. I am an exclusive buyer's agent in Boston and would love to help you. Feel free to e-mail me whatever specific questions you have about the Seaport area or any particular property and I would be glad to assist you. Andrew amckinney@buyersbrokersonly.com
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