Converted to condominiums in 1974, The Prince Building in an elevator building with 42 condos. Many of the residences at the Prince Building feature high ceilings, private balconies and sweeping Harbor & City views. Open floorplans and concrete pillars give many of the residences at the Prince Building a loft-like feeling.
This historic building was originally built in 1917 and was the site of The Prince Macaroni Company pasta factory. Converted to 42 condos in 1974, The Prince Building has an elevator, garage parking & on-site management. This 11 story building enjoys ideal positioning on the Waterfront and many residents enjoy unobstructed Habor views.
The Prince Building is situated on the primary footpath of the Waterfront across the street from Commercial Wharf East and Lewis Wharf and just steps from the historic North End. The nearby Christopher Columbus Park is a 4.5 acre park with memorials, fountain, lighted trellace and broad, green lawns. The Prince Building is surrounded by over 100 restaurants. Joe’s, located across the street, is a favorite gathering spot during the summer with it’s large deck and marina views. Steps to The Greenway, Faneuil Hall and The Financial District. The Prince Building is convenient to all major transportation points, public transit and the airport.
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. “There’s no better place to live in Boston,” says Laurella. “You’re in the heart of the city, walking distance to the financial district, close to the best restaurants and shops, and yet you look out your window and see the peace and calm of blue, blue water.” The Waterfront offers a variety of attractions and activities for residences and visitors alike; including the Boston Harbor Walk, the New England Aquarium, the Boston Children’s Museum, and more!
1 bedroom sold in The Prince Building Average sold price - $697,500 ($676 / sqft)
|11E||$1,275,000||1 / 1 / 1||1,229||03/21/2016||$1,037/SF|
|4E||$645,000||1 / 1 / 0||1,122||01/23/2012||$575/SF|
|5D||$485,000||1 / 1 / 0||1,102||09/04/2009||$440/SF|
|5E||$385,000||1 / 1 / 0||591||12/28/2010||$651/SF|
2 bedroom sold in The Prince Building Average sold price - $942,016 ($755 / sqft)
|5C||$1,229,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,470||12/28/2017||$836/SF|
|6D||$1,059,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,184||08/26/2016||$894/SF|
|5B/5F||$925,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,268||03/30/2012||$729/SF|
|11-E||$853,125||2 / 2 / 0||1,277||06/04/2012||$668/SF|
|9B||$950,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,337||11/08/2013||$711/SF|
|9B||$950,000||2 / 1 / 1||1,337||05/15/2013||$711/SF|
|4B||$750,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,080||10/31/2005||$694/SF|
|11B||$820,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,030||03/01/2006||$796/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...