As a result of a Boston Redevelopment Authority initiative, Edwards and Kelcey Architectural Design teamed with Peabody Construction and Boyd Smith broke ground on The Carillon located at 183-185 Massachusetts Avenue. This nine story residential building provides 2,000 square feet of first floor retail space and below ground parking. Three of the 31 units will fall under the Citys affordable housing guidelines, creating value as well as opportunity in the neighborhood. Unit sizes range from 983 sq’ (91 sq meters) to 2010 sq’.

The Carillon’s brick façade, embellished with cast stone cornices, window sills, lintels and pilasters, have been broken by stepped setbacks that create decks and terraces with balustrades for a number of residences. This is a building of distinction, where blonde wood, oatmeal granite and sleek stainless steel highlight functional floor plans for today’s lifestyles. Dry cleaners, banking, supermarkets and hardware stores mix with Symphony Hall, three art museums, the Christian Science Mother Church and Library. Steps to the Green Line, Prudential and Copley Malls, Red Sox… it’s all nearby.

  • Residential floors of an average of only 4 units
  • Secure garage parking (self park, full spaces)
  • Entrance foyers
  • Individually controlled unit heat/AC
  • Gas cooking
  • Common roof deck
  • Individual unit storage

Finishes include: Hardwood floors in foyer, living and dining rooms, kitchen, hallways. Maple kitchen cabinets. Granite counter tops. Stainless steel appliances. Marble baths, floors, tub surrounds and stall showers. Recessed accent lighting, incandescent and halogen. Carpeted bedrooms. Under-mount sinks. Polished chrome faucets & Kohler plumbing fixtures.

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