500 ATLANTIC AVENUE UNIT 14Q / BOSTON
SQUARE FEET: 424
CONDO FEE: $706 per month
BEDROOMS: 0 BATHS: 1 full
LAST SOLD FOR: $550,000 in 2016
PROS Wedged between the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and the Fort Point Channel, and boasting a 24-hour concierge (among other amenities), it’s hard to beat the location or luxury of living at the InterContinental Boston hotel. Enter into a hallway with custom shelving and bathroom to the right. The main living area beyond has an efficiency kitchen and a wall of windows offering glimpses of the channel. The built-in bed, storage, and entertainment system automatically hides the TV or stows the mattress. Residents have access to the InterContinental’s enviable gym facilities and heated pool ($15 a day or $150/month). CONS Parking not included; no oven or dishwasher.
Elizabeth Crowley, William Raveis, 617-797-8659, Elizabeth.Crowley@raveis.com
99 TREMONT STREET #107 / BRIGHTON
SQUARE FEET: 1,175
CONDO FEE: $650 per month
BEDROOMS: 2 BATHS: 2 full
LAST SOLD FOR: First time on market
PROS This second-floor corner unit is in a new building near the Newton line. The wide-open living area gets plenty of sunlight and includes a sizable kitchen with quartz counters, stainless appliances, and an island with a breakfast bar. Off the main living space are a bedroom, full bath, and large laundry closet; the tucked-away master has its own full bath. Common spaces include lounges, a billiards room, a courtyard with barbecue, and a small fitness center; if you prefer a full-service gym, the YMCA is just two blocks away in Oak Square. Includes stacked garage parking for two cars. CONS No occupancy until January 2018.
Diane Keliher, Keliher Real Estate, 617-875-8765, keliherrealestate.com