As low inventory continues to be a hot real estate topic of conversation, we’re here to showcase some new construction projects that have already and will continue to significantly alter the skyline and supply of homes available for sale in the neighborhood. If amenities are important to you, you’ll want to check out this list!

1000 Boylston

The neighborhood is changing! You may have already seen the construction for this massive development on Boylston in Back Bay. The main tallest tower you see here will contain approximately 108 condominium units, 45,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, a two-story above-grade parking garage, an amenities floor, greenspace with outdoor amenities, and more!


350 Boylston

This project you may also be seeing and hearing construction for located in the heart of Boston’s historic Back Bay at the Public Garden will be a 9-story mixed use development. It will contain luxury office space, retail, restaurants, an extravagant spa, fitness facility, below grade parking garage for about 150 vehicles, elevated greenery space and more.


The Residences at 556 Columbus

In Boston’s desirable South End neighborhood, this new 23,000 square foot, 6 story building will be a mixed use commercial and residential space. This new development will boast a social enterprise cafe with outdoor seating, an art exhibit gallery open to the public, 66 residential units, 42 below-grade parking spaces and more.


One Dalton

As the tallest residential building in Boston, the Four Seasons Private Residences at One Dalton Street in Back Bay offers unparalleled comfort, care and service. With over 20,000 square feet of amenity space, private residents can experience an enormous indoor pool, private yoga and pilates studio, golf simulator with a wet bar, private theater with a high definition projection system and surround sound, family activity center, pet washing center, business center, spa and more. Completed in 2019, units now on the market range from $2.5M to over $15.5M.


St. Regis

Completed just last year, the St.Regis Residences in Seaport, ranging from $2M to over $15M, offers impeccable elegance and service. From your own private butler, to an elegant grand lounge overlooking the harbor, a sports simulator, tranquil pool room with jacuzzi and outdoor terrace, along with an exercise room equipped with personal trainers, and spa, you’ll love the amenities here. Don’t miss the waterfront restaurant SAVR to open in December of 2023!


Millennium Residences at Winthrop Center

30 years in the making, the Winthrop Center in Downtown Crossing will continue to set a new worldwide standard for energy conservation and sustainability, designed in partnership with MIT professors. The Millenium Residences at Winthrop Center continues to push the outer limits of efficiency by being a part of a property that uses 50% less energy than the average Boston building. Residences up to $6.3M are available now with more than 56,000 square feet of amenities.



Ranging from $1.4M to over $9M, the Raffles Residences in Boston’s Back Bay lives on the rich history of Raffles and generations of heritage. Since 1887, Raffles around the world has been a place of congregation for writers, artists, dignitaries, musicians, movie stars, and royalty. Amenities include a light-filled lap pool, saunas, steam rooms, hot tub with tropical rain showers, quiet library, serene terraces, and more.


Copley Place Tower

Steps away from Copley Square at 5 Copley Place, this 805,000 square foot new construction building will add more retail/restaurant space with a 547 unit residential tower on top. Residents will enjoy first class dining and shopping at Copley Place Mall and the Prudential Center without stepping outside. Amenities include a lap pool on the 6th floor, 7th floor Sky Lobby and deck, garage parking, and more.


252-264 Huntington Development

Along Boston’s Avenue of the Arts in the vibrant Fenway neighborhood, this new construction project will redevelop the Boston University Theater within two adjacent parcels of buildings. This development will be 32 stories high with up to 426 residential units, 7,500 square feet of retail/restaurant use, and 14,000 square feet of cultural space to be shared with the theater.


For more information on any of these projects, other new developments in the neighborhood, or for access to 20% more new construction listings than you are finding publicly, reach out to us!