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Beacon Hill’s Archer Residences drop, starting at $1,500 a square foot

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Conversion was carved from a set of old Suffolk University buildings

Renderings via Neoscape

The forces behind the Archer Residences Beacon Hill at 45 Temple Street have started selling its 67 condos. The one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom units range in price from $1,500 a square foot to $2,500 a square foot.

Development and design team Center Court Mass, the Architectural Team, LDa Architecture & Interiors, and Consigli plan to wrap work on the full-service complex in 2019.

The Archer was carved from two old Suffolk University buildings that traded in the middle of the decade. The converted space will feature amenities such as a playroom, a pet spa, a club room, a fitness center, bicycle storage, and a roof deck with views of the nearby State House. The development will also have an underground garage for owners.

The condos will range from 1,200 square feet to 3,000—which gives you a sense of how pricey some of the units might run, what with the askings $1,500 a foot and up.

Then there is what the developers have dubbed the Archer Penthouse (rendered below) , an approximately 6,000-square-foot duplex with four bedrooms and four full bathrooms—and a 2,350-square-foot terrace. That terrace is due to include a gas fireplace, a Jacuzzi, a fire pit, and grills.