Boston East put the “community” in apartment community. With a large courtyard overlooking the Harborwalk, a community art gallery, and outdoor game area, residents in this brand new development in East Boston have plenty of things to do.
The interior of Boston East features designs by Cortney and Bob Novogratz, whose unique style has been showcased on HGTV’s Home by Novogratz. Boston East is their first large scale multi-family design, embracing Boston’s rich history for a “marine industrial” theme they incorporated into the interior design.
But you can’t sleep near the lounge area fire pit. That’s where Boston East’s 200 apartments shine. Residents can choose from more than 40 floor plans in studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments, as well as loft-style apartments overlooking downtown Boston with an unbeatable view. Prices range from $2,001 to $5,030 a month.
Walk into any of Boston East’s apartment homes and you’ll see upgraded, unusual finishes that are unique in the Boston rental market. Hardwood-style flooring, quartz countertops, and GE Profile appliances in slate grey accent the open concept kitchens.
Custom walk-in closets and a deep soaking tub complete every apartment, just another reason to move in to the best new building in Boston, according to Curbed.
Located in a vibrant neighborhood convenient to Logan International Airport and public transportation, Boston East is an ideal location for commuters, but surprisingly quiet. Even more, there’s bike storage and Zipcar access in the garage, and indoor parking spaces are available. Want to kayak to work? There’s an on-site launch right into the harbor.
Leasing of Boston East apartments is being handled by Trinity Management’s Erick Soto, 617.267.3278.
Boston Herald Online Article — May 3, 2018