Dec 2009 09

It’s officially the first rental opportunity at Boston’s brand new W Residences. The available studio (427 sqft.) unit is located on the 18th floor and offers great views of the Boston Common. Enjoy the Whatever/Whenever W staff services offered only to residents. Building features include W-LivingRoom Lounge, Jean-Georges Market restaurant and BLISS spa. The rental is available January 1st and is asking $2,500.

Interested in renting this unit? Contact me at 508.930.6232 or email


Dec 2009 07


I love FP3.  The design, the in house art gallery, outdoor space and of course the fact that Flour Bakery is a stones throw away.  Currently I am listing a privately owned +750 sqft loft for rent – Only $1,800.  Please contact me for further details, this will move quickly.

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Jeanine Heller (Warren Residential Group)


Dec 2009 01


I have been raving on about FP3 for quite a while, but I cannot say enough great things about this gorgeous Seaport District building. The developer Berkeley Investments was smart enough to realize that good product + great pricing = guaranteed buyers…a very simple formula many developers seem to forget.  It’s all about quality and pricing my friend.  The duplex penthouse units of FP3 are incredible and have insane private outdoor space already wired and ready for  gas, electric and H20, not to mention the breath-taking city skyline views at night.

Bank and Tradesman recently published an article outlining FP3′s beautiful sales strategy. “FP3, the 92-unit condominium project in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood, came online weeks before the bottom fell out of the city’s red-hot condo market. Last year set records for big condo deals, but an economy limping along on life support put an end to that. Transactions tumbled by upwards of 60 percent. New condo construction became un-financeable, and real estate observers took to talking about large blocks of unsold units like an albatross around developers’ necks.”

If you would like to schedule a showing or need buyer representation at FP3 please contact:

Jeanine Heller at 508.930.6232 or email


Nov 2009 29


While Nick has a long way to go before Hollywood starts calling he did do a great job of capturing the essence of this 45 Province condominium. In the footage you can see the unbeatable views this newly constructed luxury home provides as well as the top-notch finishes. You can find further information on this property and its amenities by clicking the 45 Province link on the right sidebar.

If you would like additional information on available homes or to schedule a private showing at 45 Province please contact me, Jeanine Heller at 508.930.6232 or email

heller_img Jeanine Heller

Boston Luxury Real Estate Agent

Tel: 508.930.6232


Nov 2009 24


The grim status quo of the luxury condo market makes it crazy for me to even discuss upcoming developments, but I’m doing it anyway. Although it will be some time until we see the construction of this baby it’s still worth blogging about — also the holiday has slowed down real estate news.

Copley Place owner Simon Property Group told Boston city officials today that it plans to expand the Neiman Marcus store and luxury shops there and build residential condominiums in a new, 47-story tower.

“The expansion of Neiman Marcus and the specialty shops will ensure the City of Boston’s retail pre-eminence within the entire metropolitan region,” Simon, based in Indianapolis, said in a press release.

The filing provides details of previously announced plans for Copley Place’s final large structure.

The development will include a complete renovation of the 115,000-square-foot Neiman Marcus store and an addition of 54,000 square feet. An additional 60,000 square feet of expansion will include new retail shops and restaurant space and a “public winter garden,” which will replace the existing Stuart Street plaza.

“Residences will take the form of 300 luxury condominiums with 24-hour concierge service, plus a health facility, spa, and residents’ library,” Simon said.

The first four floors of the tower will be commercial and retail space, topped by 43 floors of residential. The 47-story tower will be slightly smaller than the 52-story Prudential Tower and the 60-story John Hancock Tower, both located nearby in the Back Bay. Currently, the tallest building in the Copley Place complex is Westin Copley Place, at 36 stories.

Other neighboring Back Bay luxury buildings include The Clarendon (Beal/Related), 285 Columbus Lofts (Boston Residential Group) & The Residences at the Mandarin Oriental (CWB).

Link to Official BRA Project Filing.

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