376 Commercial Street is a boutique elevator building in the heart of the North End/Waterfront. It is a professionally managed complex. The building features 24 apartments. 376 Commercial Street was converted into condominiums around 1983. The building has a sleek and modern look to the new common areas that were updated in 2014. 376 Commercial Street offers residents a common roof deck with breathtaking views of the city and Harbor. The building also offers deeded underground parking in the lower level garage. Proudly, this building is pet-friendly.
376 Commercial Street offers one and two bedroom floor plans. The one bedroom homes are about 675 Square Feet. The two bedroom homes are approximately 1000 – 1300 Square Feet. Some of the two bedrooms apartments are duplex style homes with 1.5-2 bathrooms. Most of the homes feature hardwood floors, washer/dryers, central air and some have private outdoor space, or solariums.
Located on the primary footpath of the Waterfront, 376 Commercial Street is steps from Boston Harbor, Battery Wharf, Union Wharf, the North End pool, public parks, the Historic North End restaurants, cafes and shopping. The property is approximately ¼ mile northeast of the downtown Financial District and steps to the Harbor front Walk, Rose Kennedy Greenway, and Faneuil Hall. Vehicles have excellent access to Interstate 93, Storrow Drive and the Mass Turnpike. The main public transportation hub sites of North and South Station are approximately ½ mile from the complex.
2 bedroom sold in 376 Commercial Street Average sold price - $687,050 ($564 / sqft)
|2G||$785,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,293||06/21/2013||$423|
|2H||$785,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,288||07/29/2013||$421|
|2G||$699,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,293||06/29/2007||$399|
|2H||$675,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,288||06/02/2008||$397|
|2F||$683,400||2 / 2 / 1||1,218||12/17/2012||$437|
|6E||$652,000||2 / 1 / 1||1,006||04/30/2013||$365|
|4F||$580,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,218||08/31/2010||$442|
|4I||$637,000||2 / 1 / 1||1,162||12/12/2012||$423|
President Carmela Laurella refers to the Waterfront as Boston’s “Gold Coast,” a quarter-mile of high-end housing that features extravagant views, private boat docks, and spectacular condominium residences and townhouses...