The Boston skyline offers breathtaking views 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, no matter where you are in the city. It’s a sight you don’t want to miss. The summer months are normally hot, rainy, and humid, while winter weather ranges between periods of cold rain or snow, with extremely cold temperatures. You have to be equipped for the north eastern weather in order to survive this city. Boston’s most prosperous areas include the Financial District, Prudential Center, Fort Point, North End and the Back Bay Village but there are countless other remarkable places to live and work. Neighboring notable areas include: Midtown, Beacon Hill, Charlestown and South End but don’t stop here. All across Boston there are new condo units being planned, constructed and sold daily. There is undoubtedly an area to fit everyone’s needs and wants. This city is constantly growing with life, entertainment, and luxury living. There are many new condo projects completed with units still available to potential buyers, like the Providence on Newbury and 360 Newbury; both in the Back Bay area, with condos ranging from $500,000 to $2,000,000. There are other condominiums like West Canton, in the South End that although still under construction is sold out (unless someone decides to resell). These units range from $1,463,000 to $1,865,000 but don’t be discouraged, there is still plenty on the market to see and love. Boston shares a lot of historic monuments, cultural sites, and regional cuisine, welcoming visitors and tenants from all around the world. There are so many new condo buildings in Boston that sometimes it hard to know exactly where to start. Let our experienced real estate agents help you find the best amenities and features for you. For more information about new condominiums in Boston, please give us a call today!
Charlesgate Realty Group is a real estate group that combines expert local knowledge, education, and advice, with an innovative team based business model. They have successfully guided over 5000 customers through confident buying, selling, and renting property decisions in the Boston Real Estate Market since 2003.