[Sneak Peek] Pierce Boston to Bring New Condos & Apartments to Fenway

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The first renderings were JUST released of an exciting new project heading to Fenway in 2017. Named Pierce Boston, the tower will be home to 109 condos and over 200 apartments at 188 Brookline Avenue in Fenway. Prices have not been released yet but we will be the first to have them for you when they do. The sales center is set to open this fall.


The amenities at Pierce Boston are what you would expect in a luxury building with a fantastic top floor reserved for building residents. The building will be sophisticated and beautiful with walls of glass allowing for breathtaking views. Here are just some of the building amenities (see more here!)

  • Private club floor – Levity Lounge
  • Private dining room with glass floor
  • Library
  • 24/7 concierge
  • Doorman
  • Dog spa with washing station

Pricing and Floor Plans

Pricing and floor plans are still being finalized on the apartments and condos. Sign up to get the latest updates HERE and you will have them as soon as we do!


Fenway/Kenmore forms the link between Downtown Boston to the east and Allston and Brighton to the west and is a residential and commercial axis for Boston. Fenway/Kenmore is best known for being the home of historic Fenway Park, where Boston’s beloved Red Sox play, and Frederick Law Olmsted’s meandering Emerald Necklace. Fenway/Kenmore and it’s sub-neighborhood, Audoban Circle were annexed by Boston from the nearby Town of Brookline in the 1870s.

About the Community

Fenway is home to a buzzing mix of families, young professionals, and students. Housing here includes impressive brick row houses, lining the Charles River and Emerald Necklace, alongside flashy new apartment and condominium towers near Fenway Park. You can find many academic institutions here including Northeastern and Boston Universities. Huntington Avenue, which forms the southeast edge of the neighborhood, is lined by Symphony Hall, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Huntington Theater, and New England Conservatory. Huntington Avenue is celebrated as Boston’s “Avenue of the Arts”. The commercial hubs of the district include Kenmore Square and Landsdowne Street. Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street are emerging as vibrant mixed-use corridors. Lansdowne Street is a hot spot for music venues and nightlife. You’ll find the House of Blues here, and see the street come alive with outdoor vendors on game days. The Landmark Center and Trilogy Triangle are popular for its restaurants, bars, movie theaters, and national retailers.


See additional photos HERE!

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