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Convenience to Harborwalk Comes with Fort Point's 10 Farnsworth

Boston's Fort Point area, according to the Boston Planning & Development Agency, was first developed in the 1830s by the Boston Wharf Company. It was one of the principal marketplaces for wool in the United States throughoutthe 20th century. Fast forward to the early late 20th and early 21 century, where it became a popular place for artists to live in warehouse or manufacturing buildings that had been converted to studios and lofts. Now a Landsmark District, the neighborhood is home to art galleries and studios, and to too many fine and casual dining establishmentsto name.Fort Point'supcoming 9-unit condo development, known as 10 Farnsworth, is due to be completed in October of this year. A mixed-use building, it will have a 1,765 square foot communal roof terrace with a fireplace, outdoor kitchen and, of course, Boston skyline views. A mix of 1- , 2- , and 3-bedroom units, 10 Farnsworthfeatures residences with direct elevator access, open floor plans, 9 foot ceilings, and high-end finishes and appliances. The ground floor will have retail spaces, as well as a 12 space parking garage.This Fort Point location is a short walk to Boston'sHarborwalk. TheHarborwalk runs along the piers, connecting the neighborhoodto a 45-mile waterfront path network. The building is also within steps of Flour Bakery & Cafe, The Childrens' Museum, Bon Me, Fort Point Market, Trillium Brewing Company, Lucky's Lounge, Pastoral, and Tavern Road. It's just a block from Seaport Avenue, with entertainment and activitiessuch as King's Bowling, Icon Showplace Theater, Equinox Fitness, and more dining options.If you're interested in learning more aboutthis upcoming condo building, or have any questions at all about buying or selling Boston real estate,please call me at617-584-9790, orsend me an email usingthe blue linkbelow. Boston real estate 

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