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South End’s Quinn condos will start at $800,000 and go to $5 million

14-story boutique project replaces old Quinzani Bakery site on Harrison Avenue

Rendering courtesy of The Boundary for Related Beal

Developer Related Beal has unveiled its plans for the site of the old Quinzani Bakery and Ho Kong Bean Sprout Company at 370-380 Harrison Avenue in the South End.

Redevelopment plans for the site have been in the works since 2017, and it now appears that a 14-story, 101-unit condo building will rise at the site. Related Beal, whose other Boston projects have included Lovejoy Wharf and One Back Bay, has tapped Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Meyer Davis to design the building.

Unit sizes will range from studios to four-bedrooms, and the building—dubbed the Quinn in a nod to the old bakery—will “deliver a refined lifestyle for residents through hospitality-focused services, programming and amenities,” per a release from Related Beal.

As for prices, they are expected to start at $800,000 and run to $5 million, with Related Beal and the Collaborative Companies handling the sales. The Quinn is under construction (demolition work started last spring). It’s supposed to open in late fall 2020. Stay tuned.