Luxury Rentals

New Development Spotlight: Pierce Boston

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Coming Soon to the Fenway! 

Scheduled to open in fall 2017, Pierce Boston will be the newest addition to the Fenway, one of Boston’s most dynamic neighborhoods.

Located at the intersection of Boylston Street and Brookline Avenue, this 30-story glass tower will serve as a gateway to the Fenway area and will allow for a pedestrian link to Fenway Park, Landmark Center, the Emerald Necklace, and the Longwood Medical Area. Samuels & Associates, the developer who has most recently brought us the Van Ness, and Landsea, a China-based real estate company, have entered a joint venture to carry out this highly anticipated project.

Pierce Boston will house both retail and residential units, including 109 condominiums and 240 apartments that will range from studios to one-, two- and three-bedroom units. News of the ground floor retailers has not yet been released. For those looking for parking, the project will directly connect to the Trilogy underground garage. Pierce Boston is also a short walk from the Fenway stop on the MBTA Green Line D branch, various bus routes and approximately half a mile to the transit hub in Kenmore Square.

Wrapped in a curtain wall designed by Arquitectonica, a world-famous architectural firm based in Miami, FL, the building is designed to maximize 360-degree views of Boston, Cambridge, the Charles River, and the Emerald Necklace. Lifestyle amenities will include an outdoor terrace and pool located on the roof level that will offer sweeping views of the Emerald Necklace park system.

The Sales Gallery is scheduled to open this fall.


Boston Homes Property Feature: Commonwealth Avenue Grand Parlor Duplex

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Campion and Company Exclusive Listing featured in Boston Homes:

3 Bedroom                 
2.5 Bathroom
1 Parking
2,753 ft2


This elegant duplex on the sunny side of Commonwealth Avenue includes restored 19th century details, like the mahogany-paneled living room with a stunning wood-burning fireplace.

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Boston's Real Estate Boom by the Numbers:

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"Our transformation from suburbanites to devoted city dwellers is complete. Now we’re demanding cosmopolitan convenience—walkability, proximity to public transportation, and restaurants and shopping nearby..."

"Central Boston is where the action is...Low supply, high demand, and historically low interest rates—with 30-year fixed mortgages well under 4 percent —will continue to fuel this already sizzling market."

The good news? It's a great market for sellers. Contact Campion and Company for a complimentary Comparative Market Analysis to find out the value of your property.

It's also a prime time for renters to take advantage of the many incentives offered by the glut of newly constructed luxury rental buildings.

From's Best Places to Live 2015: How to Beat the Boom

Image Sources: David Bates/MLSPIN, Massachusetts Association of Realtors, Redfin, RESIS, The Warren Group.


Boston Luxury Rentals Market Update

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According to a new report by the CoStar Groupcompetition from a handful of luxury properties for rent in downtown Boston is putting downward pressure on prices. 

Leasing underway at The Kensington in Downtown Crossing, AvalonExeter in the Back Bay, The Victor at North Station, and 315 on A and Waterside Place in the Seaport District --totaling more than 1000 units-- are creating the competitive rental environment helping to push prices down.  

Read more from the Boston Business Journal.