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The St. Regis Residences, Boston, launches sales—units start at $2 million

Seaport Boulevard tower with 114 condos expected to open in 2021

Rendering of a swanky condo with furniture and a modern kitchen. Renderings courtesy of Cronin Development

Developer Cronin Development has launched sales at the St. Regis Residences, Boston, under construction at 150 Seaport Boulevard in the Seaport District.

Non-penthouse condos at the 22-story, 114-unit building start at $2 million and run to $10 million. As for the penthouse units, those prices are currently unavailable.

The developer has launched the sales through what it calls the Experience Center for the St. Regis Residences, Boston, at 250 Northern Avenue. There, prospective buyers can get a sense of what’s inside the Elkus Manfredi-designed tower that will occupy some very expensive waterfront propertyas well as the one-time sites of the Whiskey Priest and the Atlantic Beer Garden—and that will be designed to look like a billowing sail.

Rendering of the exterior of a 22-story building that kind of looks like a billowing sail.
Rendering of a modern kitchen.
Rendering of a modern, sparse bathroom with a soaking tub and a shower.

Owners in the tower will have access to St. Regis services (though St. Regis parent Marriott is not involved in the development or the sales—the hospitality giant struck a licensing agreement with Cronin).

Owners will also have access to a suite of amenities that include “anticipatory butler and concierge assistance,” per a release from Cronin, as well as a swimming pool, a spa, an exercise room, a library, and a wine vault.

Rendering of a swimming pool on a deck overlooking Boston Harbor.

The tower is expected to open in 2021. When it does, it will be, according to Cronin, the last residential waterfront development to open in the Seaport neighborhood. It might also prove a pretty good test of the Boston luxury market should a recession, indeed, strike in the next year. Stay tuned.