INK BOSTON

Perfect time to Re Vamp this City!
 
   

BUILDING ON HISTORY 

The six-acre site is the former home of the Boston Herald newspaper and has deep history as the New York Streets, a 24-acre, six-block area bordered by Washington, Albany, Herald and Dover (now East Berkeley) streets. The neighborhood housed a significant multi-ethnic working class from the mid 1800’s until the mid-1950’s when light industrial and commercial uses replaced the diverse residential neighborhood in the city’s first urban renewal project.

MAKING NEW HISTORY

Ink Block is a return of this area to a vibrant live, work, play and shop neighborhood. It’s what we call Life South End Style. Ink Block is a vibrant mixed-use community with a brand new flagship Whole Foods Market and places to eat along the wide sidewalks of a reimagined Harrison Avenue. Above it all are 315 apartments in three unique and distinctive buildings. It’s why we say that the South End’s center of gravity has shifted toward Ink Block.

  

  

  

GREEN LIVING

  • Built to LEED® Gold standards
  • Regionally sourced renewable materials and finishes
  • 100% smoke-free
  • Electric car charging station
  • Available Zipcar and Hubway station
  • On site secure bike parking
  • ENERGY STAR® appliances
  • Rainwater recharge on site
  • Residential recycling program
  • Walk score of 92 – the highest in the area

  AMENITIES

  • Skyline pool and outdoor entertainment lounge
  • Club room with host kitchen
  • Fitness center and personalized digital training
  • Pet grooming and play areas
  • Covered access to Boston’s newest Whole Foods Market
  • Connected garage parking
  • Complimentary WiFi in all common areas
  • Available on site car detailing, apartment cleaning, dry cleaning and grocery delivery
  • Immediate highway access to I-90 & I-93
  • Easy access to MBTA transportation services on the Red, Green & Silver lines  based graffiti artist, Tyson Andree is BBoston-based graffiti artist, Tyson Andreeis currently putting the finishing touches on his newest masterpiece, a street-level mural on Traveler Street at South End’s Ink Block – The Whale. The mural, which is approximately 15 ½ feet high by 93 feet wide, is located on the Planet Self Storage building at 33 Traveler Street.  National Development (developer of the Ink Block) worked in partnership with Adelson Galleries to commission Andree.

puttihttps://vimeo.com/61063421ng the finishing touches on his newest masterpiece, a street-level mural on Traveler Street at South End’s Ink Block – The Whale. The mural, which is approximately 15 ½ feet high by 93 feet wide, is located on the Planet Self Storage building at 33 Travele

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