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What $2 million buys you: 110 Broad St., Unit 404, Boston waterfront

Buying Luxury Boston
Photo of model$2,675,000110 Broad St., Unit 404Boston WaterfrontYear built2018Square footage 1,917Bedrooms2Baths 2 full, 1 halfTaxes Not yet determinedFee $1,385 a monthLast sold First time on market
110 Broad St., Unit 404, Boston waterfront Justin Anfuso

“There hasn’t been anything new in this neighborhood for a long time,’’ said Ricardo Rodriguez, the broker marketing this home at the 36-unit Boulevard on the Greenway, across from Rowes Wharf.

Boston firm Finegold Alexander Architects repurposed the site’s existing Charles Bulfinch-designed building into the lobby of this new 12-story development.

“You have to enter through the historic building to get into the contemporary part,’’ said David Goldman of New Boston Ventures, which developed the property.

Every unit, including this nearly 2,000-square foot stunner on the fourth floor, has dramatic views of the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and water beyond. John Day of LDa Architecture & Interiors, who designed the unit interiors said, “The goal was to keep it about the views and angled glass.’’


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The two-tone kitchen, which is open to the living area and floor-to-ceiling windows, has glossy winter white upper cabinets, espresso-stained base cabinets, Caesarstone countertops and backsplash, and high-end appliances.

The en-suite master bath features on trend chinchilla-striped marble. Pale floors reinforce the unit’s light and airy feel. The building offers concierge services, a fitness center, club room, pet spa, bike storage, and private storage.

The unit also includes a parking space in the building’s state-of-the-art automated garage.

Ricardo Rodriguez, Ricardo Rodriguez & Associates, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 399 Boylston St., Boston, 617-796-6084, ricardoboston.com