Pierce Boston Opens in The Fenway

Pierce Boston

BOSTON– Samuels & Associates in partnership with Landsea announced the grand opening of Pierce Boston, a  luxury home ownership opportunity in The Fenway.

Located at the intersection of Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street, the 30-story tower serves as the gateway to The Fenway and the City of Boston, and has 109 condominium units, 240 rental units and more than 20,000 square feet of street-level dining and retail.

Pierce Boston, with its angular profile sheathed in shimmering glass, was designed by world-renowned architecture firm Arquitectonica and is its first Boston property. The building’s bold, sophisticated, and contemporary design is striking from all angles, and reflects the vibrant, urban living experience sought by Boston residents.

“As we unveil Pierce Boston today we’re celebrating a new standard of luxury living in Boston’s most dynamic neighborhood,” said Leslie Cohen, Principal, COO, and Head of Asset Management at Samuels & Associates. “With more residents moving in every day, we are excited to welcome young professionals, families, and couples looking to become part of this vibrant community and immerse themselves in everything Pierce Boston and The Fenway have to offer.”

Pierce Boston

“Much like the surrounding Emerald Necklace, Pierce Boston’s interiors balance the dynamic, artistic energy of the Fenway with the quietude and beauty of nature,” commented Lois Goodell, Principal and Director of Interior Design at CBT. “We are honored to have been chosen to provide residents with an oasis to call home that will continue to both surprise and create a sense of calm each day.”

Pierce Boston’s condos, intentionally located from the 19th to the 29th floor, have three sides of floor-to-ceiling windows that offer unparalleled and unobstructed views of Boston, Cambridge, the Charles River, and the Emerald Necklace.

Top-of-the-line amenities for owners include:

  • The Levity Lounge, a top-floor oasis on level 30, has a sky top pool, sleek seating areas, a private dining room with a glass floor suspended over a shimmering blue glass tile mosaic, and a secluded library with wood panels and leather chairs.
  • 24/7 doorman and concierge service Luxury Attaché
  • Fitness room with yoga studio
  • Parking
  • Private sky cabanas for purchase

Condominiums have high-end finishes and appliances such as:

  • Quartz “Calacatta” Caesarstone waterfall kitchen countertops
  • Professional-grade Wolf appliances: 4-burner gas cooktop, built-in wall oven, stainless steel range hood, and microwave
  • Sub-Zero refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher
  • Oversized closets
  • Tub/shower with white back-painted glass tile walls
  • High ceilings and 7”-wide plank European Oak wood floors throughout living areas and bedrooms
  • Stackable Bosch washer/dryer in laundry closet

“Pierce Boston’s residents are going to love living in The Fenway,” said Jed Lowry, Vice President at Landsea Holdings Corporation. “So much is happening in The Fenway, and Pierce Boston is the perfect home base, with everything you need to enjoy an active, urban lifestyle in one of Boston’s best neighborhoods. We are thrilled to have partnered with Samuels & Associates to launch Pierce Boston, as it typifies the lifestyle focused development approach we seek as we continue to expand our presence in the Northeast and beyond.”

The capstone of The Fenway, Pierce Boston is just steps away from the some of the city’s most exciting restaurants, chic retail, and coveted art institutions. The intersection of Brookline and Boylston is home to Plaza (Arcade), a specially commissioned public art installation at the base of the building by world-renowned artist Alexandre da Cunha. Street-level tenants will be high-end retail, including an intimate wine bar from the Haley.Henry team dubbed Nathálie, on track to open in summer 2018. With the recent daylighting of the Muddy River, the Pierce plaza, open to the public, will be fully integrated into the Emerald Necklace and connected to existing green space along the Fens and the forthcoming 1.1-acre park at 401 Park, formerly known as Landmark Center.