South End

South End

The South End condo market has been developed into one of the strongest real estate markets in the city. Over the last few years, many of its Victorian brick row houses have been converted into luxury condos, and the local shops and retailers have kept par with the upward trend. The lovely neighborhoods that make up the South End all seem to have small markets, trendy restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and art galleries on just about every corner. Residents get all of this while living in the Country’s largest Victorian architectural district.

Although there are many side streets and neighborhoods in the South End, the major shops and restaurants are located on either Tremont Street, Washington Street, or Columbus Avenue. In addition to the many brown stones that line them, several large condominium buildings have been constructed in recent years, or converted from older structures. One such project is “D4” by famed architect Philip Starck, which was converted from the old D4 Fire Station. Other new buildings include: Ink Block (preconstruction), 285 Columbus, The Bryant, The Penmark, Atelier505, The Modern, The Metropolitan, and Laconia Lofts.