The new property is the first standalone hotel-branded residential building in the city
Located in Boston’s waterfront Seaport District, The St. Regis Residences, Boston is the city’s first standalone hotel-branded residential building. The tower takes up a prime piece of real estate in the city—the last residential waterfront development on the Boston Harbor—and Robb Report has an exclusive look inside the first fully designed condo.
Listed for US$7 million, this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home has unobstructed waterfront views of the harbour through floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s a spacious living room and en-suite bedrooms, as well as a gourmet chef’s kitchen. Like other St. Regis residences, the finishes and materials are of the highest quality, including custom Italian-made cabinets from BAMO, designed exclusively for the new property; state-of-the-art appliances from Sub Zero and Wolf; marble kitchen counters and backsplashes; high-end fixtures in each bathroom; and dark oak wide-plank seven-inch Italian flooring throughout the living areas and kitchen. As an extra touch of luxury, you can also enjoy radiant floor heating in the primary bathroom.
This unit, 5E, spans 240 sqm and has a Juliet balcony in the living area with direct waterfront views of the harbour. What sets this residence apart from the others are its interiors thoughtfully curated by Boston-based designer Eric Roseff, who used a colourful and eclectic approach to transform the residence into a mini art gallery. Both elegant and of-the-moment, the creative incorporated many pieces of statement furniture, such as serpentine sofas by Vladimir Kagan and vintage Dialogue swivel chairs by HBF in the living area. Meanwhile, there’s a custom dining banquette upholstered in fabric from Holly Hunt and Hair on Hide bedside dressers from Bernhardt, custom Phillip Jeffries wall coverings in the entryway foyer and primary bedroom walls and select, one-of-a-kind artworks.
And if you happen to be an art aficionado, you’ll definitely appreciate the works that can be spotted around the condo. These include Mask by Greg Lotus, a piece by Peter Keil, a relief print by Anna Bryant and Damien Hirst, to name just a few. Luckily, the condo is available to purchase fully furnished—for an additional cost—if you find its decor particularly alluring.
“For The St. Regis Residences, Boston, my goal was to create a sophisticated, stylish and elegant living experience,” Eric Roseff, principal and owner of Eric Roseff Designs, tells Robb Report. “This is a statement-making building in Boston, and I knew the interiors had to match that caliber. The interiors capitalise on the breathtaking views of the Boston Harbour but also provide an eclectic, exciting atmosphere that truly captures the essence of the St. Regis brand. The design sets the tone for luxury and sophistication but also energy and effervescence. This space feels more like a lived-in home than a model residence, and the finished product feels like it sits comfortably in its skin—the waterfront location, sculptural architecture and vibrant interiors work together to co-exist harmoniously.”
This article was first published on Robb Report USA