75 Clarendon Street is a residential condominium that sits astride the border of Boston's South End and Back Bay neighborhoods. Built in 1989 on the site of a church that burned in the 1920s, 75 Clarendon comprises 46 luxury units on seven floors. The building has underground parking, some units with balconies and fireplaces, and a common roof deck. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed.
South End Luxe Residences
Atelier 505 is a mixed-use retail/restaurant/theatre/condominium development situated centrally in Boston's South End neighborhood completed in 2003. These sunny units vary; however, all have the finishes you'd expect of one of Boston's most desirable full-service buildings. The association comprises 103 residences on eight-floors and offers amenities such as hotel services, doorman/concierge, fitness center, residents library, shared terrace, function and dining rooms, valet parking, and garage. Atelier 505 is pet-friendly with restrictions.
D4 is a luxe residential condominium conversion of an early 20th-century police station in Boston's South Boston neighborhood of 2006. Units range from 1- to 3-bedrooms featuring high ceilings, open floor plans, large windows, in-unit laundry, contemporary kitchens/baths, and designer finishes. The association comprises 25 residences on four floors with amenities such as concierge services, shared roof garden, elevator, and garage parking. D4 is pet-friendly with restrictions.
The Penmark is a full-service residential condominium conversion of a 19th-century school building in Boston's South End neighborhood off Franklin Square from 2008. Units range from 1- to 2-bedroom in layout with high ceilings, open floor plans, large windows, high-end contemporary kitchens/baths, sophisticated architectural details, and in-unit laundry. The association comprises 58 residences on four floors with amenities such as concierge services, courtyard, elevator, gym, security, storage, and garage parking. The Penmark is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Wilkes Passage is a full-service mixed-use retail/residential development in Boston's South End neighborhood near Peters Park from 2002. These condos are loft style in design ranging from 1 to 3-bedrooms, which delivered as cement floored shells now vary according to each owner's unique build-out in terms of finishes. The association comprises 159 luxe residences on six floors with amenities such as concierge service, terrace, roof deck, storage, and garage parking. Wilkes Passage is pet-friendly with restrictions.