Pier 4 is a 106 unit luxury development in the Seaport District that will be completed in 2019. Built on the former site of Anthony’s Pier 4 restaurant, Pier 4 will have sweeping City & Harbor views, a 1 acre park and direct Harbor access. The nine-story building will also have 16,000 square feet of retail space and 2 levels of garage parking underneath. Owners will have the option of selecting self or valet parking. Condos are expected to range from 1 to 4 bedroom penthouses, with a wide range of floorplans including large floor-through residences. Each condo will have a balcony with Harbor view and the penthouses will have private roofdecks, some as large as 2,500 sq/ft.
Residents of Pier 4 will enjoy the best the Seaport District has to offer. This building is near the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). Residents can enjoy the latest exhibitions in modern art as well as fundraisers and member events. The Seaport District is home to some of Boston’s best restaurants: Del Frisco’s, Sam’s, Strega Waterfront, Menton, Sportello and Row 34. The Seaport District is the fastest growing neighborhood in the city, with new residential developments at 320 on D, 100 Pier, 49 Melcher, 315 on A and 22 Liberty. Warehouses, shipping piers and railroad tracks create an environment of industrial authenticity for the luxury lofts taking shape in the Seaport District. Also known as the South Boston Waterfront, this area is in the throes of an exciting renaissance. Home to the Boston Children’s Museum, HarborWalk and South Station Transportation Center, the Seaport District is just east of the Fort Point Channel and is the epicenter of Boston’s convention and exhibition activity.
The Seaport District is Boston’s most exciting neighborhood. With over 33 acres of development slated for the next 5 years, the Seaport District will be a thriving residential, retail and commercial hub. Already home to some of the city’s finest restaurants & hotels, the Seaport District has spectacular harbor & city views. Seaport District is walking distance to the Financial District, Waterfront & South Boston.
3 bedroom pending in Pier 4 Average asking price - $4,627,701 ($2,292 / sqft)
|4C||$5,544,277||3 / 2 / 1||1,909||$2,904/SF|
|4G||$4,348,300||3 / 3 / 1||2,126||$2,045/SF|
|3G||$3,990,525||3 / 3 / 1||2,073||$1,925/SF|
2 bedroom pending in Pier 4 Average asking price - $3,046,521 ($2,035 / sqft)
|7H||$3,696,864||2 / 2 / 0||1,847||$2,002/SF|
|6B||$3,510,300||2 / 2 / 1||1,566||$2,242/SF|
|4B||$3,356,150||2 / 2 / 1||1,439||$2,332/SF|
|5I||$3,174,942||2 / 2 / 1||1,870||$1,698/SF|
|5H||$2,984,400||2 / 2 / 0||1,456||$2,050/SF|
|2A||$2,976,411||2 / 2 / 1||1,348||$2,208/SF|
|6R||$2,795,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,338||$2,089/SF|
|3F||$2,574,625||2 / 2 / 0||1,569||$1,641/SF|
|3R||$2,350,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,146||$2,051/SF|
1 bedroom pending in Pier 4 Average asking price - $1,453,500 ($1,500 / sqft)