Rooftop pool, botanical garden, and outdoor patio with gas grills
Entertainment lounge with full kitchen, and projection screen, and bar area
Conference room and work spaces with complimentary WiFi
(2) 24 hour fitness centers, yoga studio with personal and group training.
Pet-centric living featuring grooming station, indoor relief area, and private pet park
Elevator access to private residential garage
Full service concierge to facilitate car detailing, pet cleaning, dry cleaning, alterations, and delivery services
On site retail & dining, including Bar Mezzana – one of Zagat’s “Most Anticipated Restaurants of 2016”!
Hubway and Zipcars on site make getting around Boston easy
Walking score of 95 with immediate access to Orange, Red, and Silver MBTA lines
Private, direct access to Whole Foods Market featuring an in-house spa and craft beer/wine/spirits section.
Three unique apartment styles
Sleek modern kitchens with quartz countertops
Stainless steel appliances
Oversized walk-in closets
24-hour concierge service
Open floor plans
24-Hour maintenance service
Washer & dryer in unit
Trash/recycling chutes on every floor
Secure controlled access to unit & elevators
Views of Boston skyline*
*in select units
WE’RE TURNING A NEW PAGE
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.
BOSTON Herald site = Ink Block
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.