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New condo development at 691 Mass Ave

After nearly a decade of planning, the long defunct parking lot overgrown with weeds and filled with debris on the west side of Mass Ave. heading south bound, now known as 691 Massachusetts Ave, has sprung to life. The first of the presale units, 10 in total, have hit the market and are ready for public viewing, at least online. The project is still in the early stages of construction and currently there is no model unit available. However, it should not be long until buyers are able to walk through the property as occupancy is expected sometime during the summer of 2011.

 

The revised project now known as six9one residences, consists of 40 total units with a mix of studios, one bedrooms, two bedrooms and penthouses. Pricing varies, however of the 10 units on the market, 8 are one bedrooms with an average size of 675 sq. ft and an average price of $385,000 or $570 p/sf. The penthouses top out at $975,000 for nearly 2,000 sq. ft. All of the presale units include deeded parking with the option to purchase an additional space. The condo fees are a bit higher than those of the surrounding condos in a typical brownstone, but the fees at six9one residences include heat, hot water, gas, a/c, elevator maintenance and security, all items that are rarely included in the budget of a brownstone.



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  • December 16 2010 - South End
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I drove by the property the other day and it looks great! This addition to the area should really help drive up market value in the nearby neighborhoods. The addition of the deeded parking is wonderful as well, as many of the nearby permitted on-street parking options also function as snow emergencies.

Thanks for the details on the condos!

-Eric
  • February 03 2011
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Its nice to see builders building again.....sign of new times
  • February 03 2011
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