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Fenway’s 839 Beacon Street apartments will start at $1,675 for studios

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Five-story, 45-unit spread will also include one-bedrooms retailing for $2,675 and up

Rendering courtesy of Gibson Sotheby’s

The five-story, 45-unit 839 Beacon Street is expected to open to tenants this summer, yet another project in Boston’s Fenway.

The property “will reflect a modern interpretation of Boston’s classic brick-and-bay townhouses,” according to a release from listing broker Brian Caluori at Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty.

The building—which Miner Realty is developing in consultation with WaypointKLA—is due to include 16 studios starting at $1,675 a month; 23 one-bedrooms starting at $2,675; four two-bedrooms starting at $4,500 (and with two bathrooms each); and two three-bedrooms, with one with one bathroom retailing for $5,100 and the other, with two, going for $4,900.

Six apartments will be designated affordable, and there will be commercial space on the ground floor.

The amenities at 839 Beacon are slated to include a fitness center, a dog-washing station, a pocket park (which the building will share with the neighborhood), and 30 parking spaces, most underground. It’s also near two Green Line stops: Saint Marys Street and Fenway.

And the project is joining a parade of planned or underway development in Fenway recently. That includes private, independent dormitories, a performance venue at Fenway Park (in addition to other changes at the ballpark), and the multi-building, mixed-use Fenway Center.