Related Beal last week unveiled its newest residential development The Quinn, a 14-story luxury condominium property on Harrison Avenue in the New York Streets neighborhood.
Designed by a team of renowned architects that includes Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Meyer Davis, The Quinn will offer 101 studio to four-bedroom residences and deliver a refined lifestyle for residents through hospitality-focused services, programming and amenities.
The Quinn focuses on the for-sale condo properties rather than the apartments that will be for rent in the development.
“The South End has a rich history and a strong sense of community, and we are excited to become a part of that with The Quinn,” said Kimberly Sherman Stamler, president of Related Beal. “We are creating homes for residents with amenities and services to enhance their lives, within a fantastic location surrounded by art galleries, dining and cocktail options, boutique shops and green spaces.”
The name pays homage to the block’s former identity as the historic Quinzani Bakery. Stern has more than 30 years of experience in Boston and has designed some of the city’s most celebrated buildings, including The Clarendon and Lovejoy Wharf. Internationally recognized interior design firm Meyer Davis is known for its residential and hospitality portfolio including Four Seasons, Rosewood Hotels, Le Méridien and The Ritz Carlton. Both firms were inspired by the South End’s blend of historic Victorian brick row-houses and industrial warehouses. They infused these elements into every detail of The Quinn, from its exterior façade to the residences, which offer beautiful Back Bay views and a wide range of unique floor plans.
The Quinn adds to Related Beal’s portfolio that includes residential spaces throughout the city. To date, the firm has developed The Clarendon, One Back Bay, The Arlington and Lovejoy Wharf.
The Quinn is under construction and scheduled to open in late fall of 2020. Prices will range from $800,000 – $5 million, with sales led by Related Beal and The Collaborative Companies.