The developer of a new luxury complex in Beacon Hill stripped down the original buildings and rebuilt them, retaining some of the original architecture, including the arched windows and ceilings that reach up to 16 feet.
The Archer, located at 45 Temple St., will offer one- to four-bedroom condos with features such as 5-inch rift oak flooring and crown molding. A majority of the 62 floor plans are single-level, but there are duplexes in the mix. According to the development’s website, the condos will come prewired for home entertainment systems, adjustable window treatments, and Wi-Fi.
The master baths will feature natural stone tile, copper fixtures, freestanding bathtubs, and waterfall showerheads. The secondary full baths will include custom floating vanities, while powder rooms will have floating carved-marble vanities and mirrors with backlighting.
Most units will feature one of two kitchen types: contemporary or transitional. Both setups will offer marble tile backsplashes, custom walnut and painted oak cabinets with LED under-cabinet lighting, and high-end appliances, including two dishwashers, twin wine coolers, two ovens, a coffee and espresso maker, a range with a custom copper hood, a microwave, a refrigerator and freezer, and floating oak shelves. The contemporary design will have quartz countertops and an island with a waterfall edge, while the transitional version will include Italian marble countertops. Both types offer integrated coffee systems in select units.
All of these units will have a skylight, a gas fireplace with a marble and oak surround, and a private terrace.
Building amenities will include a 24-hour concierge and doorman service, a bike storage room, a fitness center, a pet spa, and valet garage parking. There will also be a smattering of community rooms around the property, such as a boardroom, playroom, club room, and roof terrace with sweeping city views.
As of Tuesday, Jan. 21, 10 of the residences were on the market, ranging in price from $1,450,000 to $9,100,000. The developer is CCM. The architect was The Architectural Team, and LDa Architecture & Interiors created the interior architecture and design.
See renderings of the development below:
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Correction: Because of incorrect information provided to Boston.com, a previous version of this story had incorrect renderings.