Located between the North End & Waterfront, the historic Howe & Bainbridge building was built in the early 1900’s and converted to 8 residential condominiums in 1989. This elevator building features beautiful exposed brick & beams, views of the Waterfront and a large common roofdeck with sweeping City & Harbor views. Condos in the Howe & Bainbridge building range in size from 800 – 2,700 + sq/ft. Several condos have fireplaces and the penthouse level features a large, private deck which is ideal for entertaining. The location & rich character of the Howe & Bainrbidge building make it a sought-after neighborhood residence.
Howe & Bainbridge building is located on a lovely tree-lined residential street. The Howe & Bainbridge building is just one block from Christopher Columbus Park, a 4.5 acre park with lighted trellis along Boston’s Waterfront. The Waterfront is moments to the North End, Financial District, Faneuil Hall, and Downtown Boston. Steps to The Greenway, local shops & markets. Within easy walking distance are over 100 restaurants, including some of the best Italian food in Boston. The Howe & Bainbridge building is strategically located near all major transportation ports that include I-93, Mass Pike, and Storrow Drive. It has easy access to all major Bus and T -stations and equidistant between North and South Station.
3 bedroom sold in Howe & Bainbridge Average sold price - $1,443,500 ($603 / sqft)
|2F||$1,575,000||3 / 3 / 1||2,706||05/15/2007||$582/SF|
|2||$1,650,000||3 / 3 / 1||2,706||01/31/2014||$610/SF|
|5B||$1,105,500||3 / 2 / 1||1,789||09/30/2012||$618/SF|
Studio sold in Howe & Bainbridge Average sold price - $730,000 ($inf / sqft)
|1R||$730,000||0 / 0 / 0||06/17/2020||$inf/SF|
2 bedroom sold in Howe & Bainbridge Average sold price - $685,000 ($831 / sqft)
|4F||$685,000||2 / 2 / 0||824||03/20/2015||$831/SF|
1 bedroom sold in Howe & Bainbridge Average sold price - $590,000 ($766 / sqft)
|5C||$590,000||1 / 1 / 0||770||05/31/2016||$766/SF|
The North End is one of Boston's oldest neighborhoods. Home to Paul Revere's house, the Old North Church, and the Copp's Hilly Burying Ground, the neighborhood was built - and continues to thrive - on history and tradition...