665 Washington St., Boston
Built in 2013, the 488,000-square-foot, 27-story luxury tower building contains 381 high-end studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments. The building is LEED Gold certified, smoke free, and pet friendly, and features over 28,000 square feet of free amenity space including a pool, fitness center, and lounge area. It also offers 110 parking spaces.
28 Exeter St., Boston
Built in 1979, this 102,000-square-foot, nine-story luxury mid-rise has 96 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments and is located in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay, on the corner of Newbury and Exeter Streets. The property has been continually upgraded to feature granite countertops, hardwood floors, energy star appliances, and new kitchens and bathrooms. The property offers 24/7 concierge service, as well as a smoke-free, pet-friendly environment.
14 & 15 Argyle Terrace
Built in 1965, the 32,000-square-foot Argyle Terrace properties feature 40 one- and two-bedroom apartments conveniently located less than a half mile away from the Ashmont MBTA station in Dorchester. Offering smoke-free living, secure buildings, and an onsite manager. It has been continually upgraded to feature keyless entry, new awnings and windows, expanded laundry rooms, hallway carpet replacements, utility conversion from oil to natural gas, and the installation of energy-efficient thermostats and baseboard heaters. The building has 37 parking spaces.
815 Morton Street
Built in 1960, this 19,000-square-foot property features 24 one- and two-bedroom apartments and is located just a three-minute walk away from the new Fairmount Commuter Rail at Morton Street. The property features an onsite manager, smoke-free living, and secure buildings. The property has been upgraded to include keyless entry, new windows, expanded laundry rooms, hallway carpet replacement, utility conversion from oil to natural gas, and the installation of energy-efficient thermostats and baseboard heaters. The property has 17 parking spaces.
Sunday December 9, associates from Kensington Investment Company, Grand Circle Travel, and
The Lewis Family Foundation, The BASE hosted nearly 400 community residents, local