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