The 378-unit Troy Boston is a big part of big changes within the South End's northeast, changes that also include the massive Ink Block project, 600 Harrison Avenue and the Sepia Boston. The Troy, which was born 275 Albany Street and which went through different development iterations before landing as an apartment complex with retail (and 180 parking spaces), opens to tenants in January. To that end it is offering one whopper of a lease sweetener.
Troy Boston is offering new tenants two months free over the life of a 12-month lease. It is, of course, not the only newish Boston apartment complex offering such a huge deal (nor the only one offering tenant deals in general). Rents at the twin-tiered project—one of its towers will be 11 stories, the other 19—are expected to range from about $2,300 a month for studios to more than $5,000 for 2-BRs. That two months free will go a long way then, eh?
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