BOSTON – CL Properties is the exclusive agent for the sale of Residence 1001 at Strada, a stunning 10th-floor, three-bedroom penthouse-level condominium at the northern gateway to Boston, with a rare 1,500 square feet of private balcony overlooking TD Garden and Downtown.
Residence 1001 at Strada is one of 108 residential units at Strada, at 234 Causeway St., near the waterfront in Boston’s historic Bulfinch Triangle neighborhood. The price is $2.995 million.
“The owner purchased the unit in 2013, taking it to the studs and reconstructing, adding new ceilings, lights, window treatments with electric shades, and soundproofing,” said Travis Sachs, Executive Vice President of CL Properties, which is a unit of the residential real estate brokerage Boston Realty Advisors. “There is no other space like the outdoor balcony at 1001 Strada.”
The unit has five rooms on two floors, including three baths along with three bedrooms and covered garage spaces for two cars. It is located not only steps from Boston’s famed North End and with immediate access to the MBTA’s Green and Orange Lines and to I-93.
Strada is 12 floors, with residences above and commercial office space on the lower floors, with separate access for residents and their visitors and for office workers. Built in 1906 by French-born architect Constant-Desire Despradelle as part of the firm Codman and Despradelle, the building was originally occupied by the Austin Biscuit Company. It was later a bakery facility for the thriving Stop and Shop supermarket chain and was transformed into luxury residences in 2003 by Feingold Alexander and Associates, Inc.
The building features a gym, private storage for the unit, guest parking, 24/7 concierge service, and on-site property management.
“This is a true trophy property, with breathtaking views from inside and out, ceiling-to-floor windows, a Chef’s Kitchen, and a walk-out deck with irrigated gardens and gas grill,” said Sachs.
Strada is located next to the new Hub on Causeway, with entertainment, many restaurants and a supermarket, as well as being near Faneuil Hall and the Waterfront.