South Boston

South Boston is steeped in Revolutionary War history, being the site where George Washington forced the evacuation of British troops from Boston in 1776. The neighborhood stretches from Fort Independence on Castle Isle to the East to Dorchester Avenue on the West and includes over three miles of public beach. South Boston has a long history as a working port, and that tradition continues today with cruise ships pulling into the Black Falcon Terminal and high-end furnishings coming and going from the Boston Design Center. Boston’s Convention & Exhibition Center, designed by Rafael Viñoly and the largest in the Northeast, calls South Boston home.

Known in the 19th to mid-20th centuries as a predominantly Irish Catholic community, South Boston has become the go-to neighborhood for young professionals in the past decade with a renovation of 150-year old row houses and the introduction of full-service buildings like the LEED certified Macallen Building. Families are also drawn by South Boston’s strong sense of community and close proximity to the South End, Financial District, and public transportation.

Miles of paths have been created along the South Boston Waterfront, perfect for jogging or walking, and culture has burst onto the scene with the opening of The Institute of Contemporary Art. Planned development for the South Boston Waterfront includes residential, office, retail, and hotel use.

Visit the South Boston neighborhood page to learn more about the area.

815 E 5th & 812 E 6th Street Condominiums
815 E 5th & 812 E 6th Street Condominiums
Neighborhood South Boston | Number of Units 19 | Year Built 2021

Introducing the 815 E 5th and 812 E 6th Street Condominiums in South Boston! This collection of distinctive, new construction luxury homes have beautiful finishes, large windows, open floor plans, elevators, and a wonderful common green space between the buildings. The buildings are in a premier Eastside location near the beach and close to Castle Island. Each residence comes with garage parking. Bike storage, outdoor space, individual storage units, and more!

For more information on these spectacular residences, please contact Bill Gehan, the exclusive listing agent at Campion and Company. 

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Residence 18

Residence 15

Residence 11

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The Macallen Building
The Macallen Building
Neighborhood South Boston | Number of Units 140 | Year Built 2007

The Macallen Building launched in Summer of 2007. Designed by Office dA a renowned Boston-based architecture and urban design firm, the building’s modern architectural design fuses with the environment and harmoniously balances indoor and outdoor space. In 2008, the U.S. Green Building Council granted the Macallen Building Gold LEED Certification; it is the first condo development in the city to reach such high standards of energy and water efficiency.

Inside, you will find a spacious, well-lit living area with high ceilings and large windows. Kitchen cabinetry and fixtures are customized to make your home truly unique and elegant. High floor duplex and triplex units offer private balconies for intimate and leisurely outdoor gatherings. You can also find another easy escape to the outdoors on the enormous, 18,000 square foot rooftop plaza completed with a heated pool, beautiful green space, comfortable lounge chairs, and gas grills. Other amenities include an in-house fitness center, entertainment room, garage parking, and concierge services.

Conveniently located in South Boston, you will be able to access other points in the city easily. The building is close to the Broadway T stop on the Red Line and also within walking distance to the South End and Financial District.

Contact us if you have questions or would like to schedule a private showing.

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