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The Biggest Greater Boston Apartment Openings in 2015

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The Greater Boston region is without a doubt in the midst of one of its biggest residential building booms in living memory. Most of these proposed and under-construction residences are apartments; and most of those apartments are on the luxury end. Several are set to open their doors in 2015, including the long-awaited Ink Block in the South End, the Troy Boston (also South End) and something called the Zinc in the East Cambridge; there are also two big additions to Fenway and a piece of the Seaport's Fan Pier.

· Mapping Boston's 4,776 New Apartments and Condos [Curbed Boston]
· Glut, Glut! '14 a Tipping Point for Boston Apt. Development? [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Maps archive [Curbed Boston]

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Ink Block

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The old Boston Herald site will unveil by the spring its 315 apartments, some as big as 3-BRs. (And it's currently offering one month free rent to boot.)

Troy Boston

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The 378-unit Troy is was recently offering two months free rent. It topped off last summer and will open by the spring.

Twenty | 20

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The 20-story addition to Cambridge's burgeoning NorthPoint topped off in April, and should bring 355 apartments by this summer.

The Zinc

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The 392-unit complex topped out in July, and should open by the summer.

100 Pier 4

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The 21-story, 359-unit complex is part of a larger development. Also, its 3-BRs are asking nearly $10,000 a month.

AVA Theater District

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One of the more interesting newer complexes architecturally, what with its cantilevered parking garage, the AVA Theater District will have 398 apartments, the biggest being 2-BRs. They will drop by the spring.

One Greenway

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One Greenway's 312-unit first phase topped off in October and includes 217 market-rate apartments. It's supposed to open by this summer.

The Viridian

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Part of the plethora of development in Fenway, the Viridian topped off in July, and will open with its 342 apartments this spring.

Van Ness

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The 172-unit complex, set to open in the spring, is also part of the Fenway development renaissance.

One Canal

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Construction got under way in the fall of 2013 on the 12-story One Canal. It's expected to open this fall, with 299 of its 320 units market rate.

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Ink Block

The old Boston Herald site will unveil by the spring its 315 apartments, some as big as 3-BRs. (And it's currently offering one month free rent to boot.)

Troy Boston

The 378-unit Troy is was recently offering two months free rent. It topped off last summer and will open by the spring.

Twenty | 20

The 20-story addition to Cambridge's burgeoning NorthPoint topped off in April, and should bring 355 apartments by this summer.

The Zinc

The 392-unit complex topped out in July, and should open by the summer.

100 Pier 4

The 21-story, 359-unit complex is part of a larger development. Also, its 3-BRs are asking nearly $10,000 a month.

AVA Theater District

One of the more interesting newer complexes architecturally, what with its cantilevered parking garage, the AVA Theater District will have 398 apartments, the biggest being 2-BRs. They will drop by the spring.

One Greenway

One Greenway's 312-unit first phase topped off in October and includes 217 market-rate apartments. It's supposed to open by this summer.

The Viridian

Part of the plethora of development in Fenway, the Viridian topped off in July, and will open with its 342 apartments this spring.

Van Ness

The 172-unit complex, set to open in the spring, is also part of the Fenway development renaissance.

One Canal

Construction got under way in the fall of 2013 on the 12-story One Canal. It's expected to open this fall, with 299 of its 320 units market rate.