A development team that New Boston Ventures led has finished construction on one of the more dramatic residential developments in Boston in recent memory: The conversion of the former Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory at 136-140 Shawmut Avenue in the South End into 33 luxury condos.
The conversion, which Feingold Alexander Architects designed, retained many of the Gothic structure’s features, with a five-story glass building erupting from the church’s former interior (for eight floors total).
The condos inside range from one- to four-bedrooms; and they’ve already sold in some pretty big deals. There are also amenities such as a 30-car underground garage and a fitness center.
- Website: The Lucas [New Boston Ventures]
- Deals already at unfinished South End church conversion [Curbed Boston]
- Greater Boston's five most controversial developments now [Curbed Boston]