Condo prices at the under-development EchelonSeaport in the Seaport District start at $700,000 and run to more than $5 million. Unit types range from studios to three-bedrooms, with some marketed as pieds-a-terre.
The three-building project is set to have 717 apartments and condos. Its 447 condos will constitute the largest single amount of for-sale housing in the Seaport District. A third tower will have apartments.
EchelonSeaport will include 50,000 square feet of in-house amenities—among them two outdoor pools, a fitness center, and two so-called sky lounges—and a 19,000-square-foot landscaped plaza accessible to the public and 125,000 square feet of restaurants and retail over two levels.
There will also be enough parking in two garages for each condo to have one space. Kohn Pedersen Fox is handling the design, and Jeffrey Beers International the design of the amenity spaces.
The towers are expected to start opening in late 2019.
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