Miami condo developer pulls out of A Street apartment project
Apr 2011 07

Goldman Properties has pulled out of a deal to co-develop a high-profiled apartment complex in the up-and-coming Fort Point Channel / Seaport District / Innovation District / South Boston Waterfront neighborhood.

According to the Boston Business Journal, Goldman, which made its name by developing projects in previously-undesirable neighborhoods such as SoHo and Miami Beach, was working with New York City’s Archon Group to build a 21-story apartment building at 319 A Street.

The A Street project is expected to bring as many as 184 rental units and 100 parking spaces to the neighborhood, much of which remains undeveloped land and empty loft buildings.

There are several condo buildings in the area. If you’re interested in seeing some of the properties currently listed for sale, or to learn more, please contact me.

2 Comments

  1. Sandra M. Ward says:

    Will the Fort Point Channel apts. be developed by anyone at 319 A Street Rear?

    I am very much interested.

  2. John A Keith says:

    As far as I know, the project is still going forward as planned, just with a different development team.

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