14 West is a state-of-the-art 10-story complex which features 49 residential condominiums. The condominiums at 14 West will range from spacious one-bedrooms to large duplex-style four bedroom homes. The units will have open layouts with floor-to-ceiling windows and many units will feature breathtaking views of the city skyline. The luxury condos at 14 West will feature kitchens with high-end stainless steel appliances and luxurious marble bathrooms.
14 West will feature 24/7 concierge service as well as on-site valet parking with 70 parking spaces. There will be fully-equipped gym and common roof deck available for all residents. The ground level at 14 West features a 6,000 square foot restaurant which is easily accessible.
14 West is located in one of the hottest neighborhoods in Boston with some of the city’s best restaurants right outside the building’s front door. New restaurants include Stephanies, Capo, Lincoln Tavern and Amrhein’s to name a few. In the nearby Seaport District, Del Frisco’s, Legal Seafood, Ocean Prime, Strega, Tez Mecal, Morton’s & Maestro’s are a few excellent dining options. South Boston’s real estate market has exploded in recent years and has seen property values join the highest in the city. One of the oldest and most historic neighborhoods in the US, you can enjoy this area feeling like a Southie local in the hippest part of the Hub.
Long a remote peninsula, Boston annexed South Boston in 1804. In 1805, the city constructed a bridge linking South Boston to the rest of the city. Planners organized the community with a regular grid of numbered and lettered streets, a pattern atypical of the rest of the city.
South Boston grew rapidly with the completion of the Old Colony Railroad, and grew even more significantly in the years leading up to the Civil War as the hub of industry, including iron foundries, machine shops, shipyards and refineries, all of which fueled the war effort. South Boston’s rapid industrial growth sparked an increase in population, many of them Irish immigrants looking for work in America and fleeing the famine in Ireland. In the 20thcentury, shipyard and railroad jobs continued to provide work for South Boston residents.
Today South Boston’s commercial district is built around East and West Broadway. South Boston, also known as “Southie,” boasts miles of beaches and waterfront parks, including Carson, L Street and Pleasure Bay beaches. Toward the end of the 19th century, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted created “the Strandway,” which runs from Castle Island to Columbus Park.
2 bedroom pending in 14 West Average asking price - $1,310,700 ($1,049 / sqft)
|801||$1,850,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,531||$1,208/SF|
|606||$1,349,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,247||$1,082/SF|
|506||$1,299,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,247||$1,042/SF|
|507||$1,275,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,224||$1,042/SF|
|607G||$1,254,600||2 / 2 / 0||1,224||$1,025/SF|
|406||$1,249,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,247||$1,002/SF|
|306||$1,199,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,247||$962/SF|
|404||$1,010,000||2 / 2 / 0||979||$1,032/SF|
1 bedroom pending in 14 West Average asking price - $844,400 ($1,078 / sqft)
Long a remote peninsula, Boston annexed South Boston in 1804. In 1805, the city constructed a bridge linking South Boston to the rest of the city. Planners organized the community with a regular grid of numbered and lettered streets, a pattern atypical of the rest of the city...