4 Garden Court Street is a 14 unit mixed-use building in Boston’s North End. The building is comprised of (1) commercial unit and (13) 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom units. The building provides a value add opportunity by increasing current rents to market levels. The North End neighborhood continues to transition into a “lifestyle neighborhood” as more and more major developments are announced. Bullfinch Crossing is replacing the Government Center Garage with 2.9 million square feet of Office (1.15mm SF, Retail (85k SF), Residential (812 Units) and Hospitality (196 Rooms). The 1.87 million square foot Hub on Causeway is being built at the entrance of the TD Garden and will add a Star Market as well as a luxury ArcLight Cinema with 15 Screens. A highly desirable residential area for professionals who work nearby, the neighborhood also is a major attraction for tourists who come seeking the best Italian cuisine as well as the cafes and shops selling a variety of delectable edible goods and souvenirs.
With a Walk Score of 99, 4 Garden Court Street sits in one of the most walkable neighborhoods in all of Boston. The TD Boston Garden, Faneuil Hall and Aquarium are just a few of the attractions that can be reached within a short walk. There are also multiple historic sites within a quick stroll from this property. The Harborwalk is a free public walkway along the waterfront with parks, public art, seating areas, cafes and exhibit areas. Rose Kennedy was born at 4 Garden Court on July 22nd, 1890. Rose was the wife of businessman and investor Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., who was United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. Their nine children included President John F. Kennedy, Senator Bobby Kennedy, and longtime Senator Ted Kennedy.
4 Garden Court St. Boston, MA
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