Feb 2010 10

Almost sold out with one unit left to go at SOBO/Seaport’s 36A Lofts. The home is a 1 bed (w/ option for 2nd) and 1 bath with polished concrete floors, glass walls and a private rooftop area. Oh and 2 heated garage parking spaces. The loft is being offered at $595,900.

Interested? Contact 508.930.6232.

Jan 2010 08

Several revisions have been made to the original plans for Boston’s Fort Point Seaport Square located adjacent to Boston’s waterfront neighborhood.  The new revisions reduce the originally planned size of the square and modified usage of several buildings.

The revisions do not alter the overall amount of development – about 6.5 million square feet – but the developers have increased the number of buildings to 23, from 19, and changed their locations and size to fit with surrounding structures. The changes were contained in a public filing released by the city yesterday.

The project calls for the construction of residences, stores, and offices on 23 acres currently occupied by parking lots on an L-shaped chunk of property between the federal courthouse and Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. The development team includes commercial builder Gale International, Morgan Stanley, and retail developer W/S Associates.

In a statement, the developers said the alterations were necessary because of projects at Fan Pier and in the Fort Point neighborhood. “Relatively minor changes were made because Seaport Square will now work even better in the context of the emerging waterfront and with our abutters,’’ the statement said.

Among the revisions:

-  Several buildings were shortened to match existing industrial warehouses near the intersection of Seaport Boulevard and Boston Wharf Road, where the development abuts the Fort Point Channel area.

-  Two buildings near Fan Pier along Northern Avenue were switched from office use to residential/retail, a move meant to better match them with adjacent development.

-  An entertainment complex was moved to Northern Avenue from parcels along Seaport Boulevard to lure more foot traffic to that side of the development; the previous location of the entertainment complex will be used for offices and retail stores.

-  A public park has been incorporated into property across from the courthouse.


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.

Contact me Now:


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 jheller@warrenre.com.