500 Commercial Street is a boutique luxury building with 5 residences on the edge of the Historic North End and overlooking Boston Harbor. Formerly the Gandalfo Olive Oil Building, the building was converted to condominiums in 2001. Each residence is a floor-through, running from the front to the back of the building, and features exposed brick, original beams ceilings & wood-burning fireplaces. The residences also have high ceilings and open floorplans with large living & dining spaces. The residences overlook Langone Park & Boston Harbor. Floorplans range from 2,000 sq/ft floor-through condos to a 3,500 sq/ft penthouse duplex with incredible private roofdeck overlooking Boston Harbor, the North End, Charlestown & nearby marinas. 500 Commercial Street has direct elevator access and a large garage with parking for each residence.
500 Commercial Street is perfectly located between the North End & Waterfront, offering easy access to dining & shopping on Hanover Street and steps to Waterfront restaurants and Exhale Spa at Battery Wharf. Walking distance to North Station and events at TD Garden, 500 Commercial Street is a short drive to major transportation points including Routes 93, Mass Pike & Storrow Drive. Nearby marinas offer water taxi service with many stops along Boston’s Waterfront & Seaport District.
3 bedroom sold in 500 Commercial Street Average sold price - $3,875,000 ($1,107 / sqft)
|PHC 1-2||$4,150,000||4 / 3 / 0||3,500||04/22/2013||$1,186/SF|
|PH-C||$3,600,000||4 / 3 / 0||3,500||01/25/2008||$1,029/SF|
2 bedroom sold in 500 Commercial Street Average sold price - $1,919,286 ($994 / sqft)
|D||$2,480,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,962||12/13/2018||$1,264/SF|
|D||$2,150,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,962||08/21/2014||$1,096/SF|
|B||$2,400,000||2 / 2 / 0||2,012||08/05/2015||$1,193/SF|
|D||$1,795,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,962||11/14/2007||$915/SF|
|D||$1,575,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,962||07/06/2005||$803/SF|
|D||$1,685,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,962||09/15/2006||$859/SF|
|A||$1,350,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,623||01/20/2005||$832/SF|
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...