Sepia Boston, the luxury-condo exclamation point for the massive Ink Block project in the South End's constructionpalooza (got that?), is set to break ground Wednesday with Mayor Marty Walsh as the guest of honor.
Developer National Development plans 83 units at the old Boston Herald site. Prices range from $459,000 to more than $2,000,000; sizes range from 503-square-foot studios to junior 1-BRs of up to 525 square feet to 2-BRs of as much as 1,099 square feet to penthouses that are about 300 square feet bigger.
They've been selling like hotcakes in anticipation of the 2015 opening, with more than half already spoken for. Sepia owners will have access to the Ink Block's rooftop pool as well as to its fitness center and clubroom. And! A 50,000-square-foot Whole Foods, the biggest of its kind in Boston and the first-ever full-size grocery store in the South End, will open at the site. So on.
· Incontrovertible Proof of South End Constructionpalooza [Curbed Boston]
· Let's Check Out Sepia Boston's Penthouses, Prices [Curbed Boston]
· Most of Sepia Boston's Future Condos Have Now Sold [Curbed Boston]
· Our complete Sepia Boston coverage [Curbed Boston]