I was recently contacted by a member of the Audubon Park sales team. She wanted to make my readers aware of the new Audubon Park project, which was just recently completed.

In my opinion, the value of this project is in its location. There are very few new condominium developments being built in the Back Bay / Fenway area. You may think otherwise, if you take a look at all the construction cranes all around town, but it’s true. There just isn’t a lot of land available to build on. And, when it is built on, the units tend to be large and very expensive. The Clarendon, for example, near the Hancock Tower, will run you $1,200 – $1,400 per square foot, and up.

The prices at Audubon Park, on the other hand, are much more manageable, and are a good option for buyers looking for new.

From the sales team:

Audubon Park, the new $35 million condominium development that has a unique work, live, play atmosphere and is located in the West Fenway neighborhood.

With high-end features and all new furnishings with environmental attributes, Audubon Park features 53-units with 18 floor plans, including studio, one- and two-bedroom designs. The condos are located at 16 Miner Street, with residences ranging in price from $400,000s to the $800,000s – the lowest priced new construction in Boston.

Audubon Park will attract young professionals who have witnessed the commercial and residential growth over the past five years in the Fenway/Kenmore area since the new zoning laws were enacted in 2004. This legendary neighborhood now features new cutting edge development on Lansdowne and Boylston Streets, turning the area into a year-round destination.

The condos are steps from the D-line, surrounded by restaurants and bordered by the Longwood Academic and Medical area, Back Bay, Kenmore Square, several Boston universities, museums, nightlife and Landmark Center. Audubon Park literally provides life in the middle of it all.

After the jump, photos, more details, and contact information:

There are currently 16 units listed for sale in MLSPIN.

Otis & Ahearn is handling the sales or contact me for more information and to discuss my working for you as a buyer’s agent.

There is an open house this Sunday, March 2, from 12:00 – 2:00.

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