September 2018

Found 3 blog entries for September 2018.

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Echelon Seaport is a new construction luxury condo and apartment development in Boston’s Seaport District. It is going to feature three mixed-use towers with over 1.3 million square feet across 3.5 acres. Two of Echelon Seaport’s three towers will be home to 400 condominium units available for purchase. The third tower will feature luxury apartments available for rent. One of the highlights of Echelon Seaport is the amenities that the residents who will live here will get to enjoy. These include two signature outdoor pools with landscaped sun decks and terraces as well as an indoor pool. Concierge service will be available 24 hours a day and residents will be able to park their vehicles in the underground garage. Echelon Seaport is slated to be

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Nick Warren has been involved in the Boston real estate market for over ten years as Founder and CEO of BHHS Warren Residential. Having worked with sellers throughout the city and at all price points, he has come to see the real value that staging can bring to a home on the market.

Recently, he worked with sellers of a condo at 141 West Second Street in South Boston. This two bedroom, two full bath layout features an open floor plan with private outdoor space. Large windows bring in tons of light with a spacious living and kitchen area perfect for entertaining. Priced at $975,000, the home hit the market with the seller’s furnishings, as pictured below.

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As you can see, the size and bulkiness of the furniture made it difficult to really

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Founder and CEO Nick Warren welcomes all the new Boston residents with some tips for becoming acquainted with their new city. He also shares advice for both buyers and sellers as we enter into the traditionally busy autumn market.

With the influx of new residents from Sept 1 (the biggest move-in day in Boston), what advice would you give to a new Boston resident?

The fall is my favorite season in Boston.  The heat and humidity of the summer begins to go away leading to those beautiful, crisp New England fall days that everyone loves.  Boston is a very active city so I’d suggest getting out on foot and doing some exploring. One of my favorite things to do during the fall is to go for a walk or run along our beautiful esplanade which is part of

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