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Beacon Hill’s Archer Residences could open in the spring

Here are the latest renderings of the 62-unit conversion of two former Suffolk University buildings

Rendering of a multi-story building from afar and amidst a cityscape. Renderings courtesy of the Archer Residences/Neoscape

The Archer Residences, a luxury conversion of two former Suffolk University buildings on Temple Street near the Massachusetts State House, could open as early as the second quarter of this year.

The team behind the development, including developer Center Court Mass and listing brokerage Compass, describe the 62-unit project as “the first and only fully amenitized, full-service luxury condominium in Beacon Hill.”

The single property—the old Suffolk properties are now joined—include amenities such as 24-hour concierge and door services, a pet spa, a children’s playroom, and valet parking. The individual units have ceiling heights of 14 to 20 feet and are, naturally, top-of-the-line in terms of finishes.

Here’s a sampling of the available units, including their latest renderings. The asking prices bespeak the kinds of closings the Archer is going for (read: big).

Unit 209 is a 2,311-square-foot condo with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. It’s asking $3.75 million.
The 2,852-square-foot Penthouse 3 also has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. It’s asking $9.1 million.
And Unit 512—a 3,152-square-foot three-bedroom with three and a half bathrooms—is asking $6.385 million.

For comparison, Boston’s median condo sales price at the end of January was $700,000, according to a Greater Boston Association of Realtors report based on closed deals.