Following the closing on roughly $17.1 million in construction financing for the Boston-area adaptive reuse project of the historic Van Brodie Mill, Trinity Financial has announced the opening of Boston East, a 25 percent pre-leased luxury community of 200 units. Developed in partnership with East Boston Community Development Corp., the mid-rise property includes six artist live-work-sell units and a community art gallery.
The waterfont site at 126 Border St. is situated near Central Square Park, while East Boston Memorial Stadium is a 15-minute walk away. The neighborhood offers a wide range of cultural and dining options, along with varied outdoor activity choices. Downtown Boston and the MBTA’s Maverick station are also within easy reach.
Boston-based ICON Architecture Inc. was in charge of the design of the property. Their maritime-themed approach materialized in wharf-like building wings reaching towards the waterfront, organized around a central entry. Cortney and Bob Novogratz handled the interior design, based on a “marine industrial” theme and integrating vintage pieces in their concept.
Trinity Management LLC will manage the pet-friendly community, which features:
- floor-to-ceiling windows
- decks with water views
- landscaped courtyard
- fire pit
- rooftop lounge
- indoor gym
- dog spa
“Recalling the site’s shipbuilding history, we have created contemporary residences that reimagine waterfront living in Eastie,” said Nancy Ludwig, principal of ICON Architecture Inc., in prepared remarks.
Images courtesy of Trinity Financial