Luxury residential tower with 212 boutique apartments located amongst an exciting mix of eateries and attractions welcomes its first residents.
Skanska today announced that its second multi-family tower in Boston, The Harlo, is now open and has welcomed its first residents. The 17-story, 183,000 square-foot tower, targeting LEED® Gold certification, brings 212 boutique apartments, including studio, one-to-three-bedrooms, and duplex lofts with private outdoor space, to the center of the lively Fenway neighborhood.
Located at 1350 Boylston Street at the intersection of Boylston and Kilmarnock Streets, The Harlo sits amongst some of the city’s finest cultural destinations, healthcare institutions and graduate schools, as well as renowned eateries, convenient retail and public transportation. The residences are proximate to the MBTA’s Green Line, the Yawkey commuter rail station, and the Longwood Medical and Academic Area. The building is also close to the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the House of Blues and Fenway Park. The neighborhood’s destination retail includes Target and Sephora, and countless fast-casual dining spots and coffee shops such as sweetgreen, Saloniki Greek, Pavement, Tapestry and Blackbird, along with trendy eateries like Tiger Mama and Hojoko. The ground floor of The Harlo will bring additional vitality to the burgeoning area with its distinctive architecture, and three casual, yet chic destination restaurant options: Tatte Bakery & Café, Oath Craft Pizza, and CAVA.
“The Harlo is a haven in the center of a bustling neighborhood,” said Charley Leatherbee, head of Skanska’s real estate development operations in Boston. “We understand there’s a delicate balance between work and play, and The Harlo was designed with every detail in mind to offer a mix of indoor and outdoor spaces for those looking to re-energize and socialize.”
Professionally managed by Bozzuto, The Harlo will provide custom service, a 24-hour concierge, resident events and on-site community management.
The building’s amenities include:
•18th floor Sky Deck with views of Fenway Park, Back Bay and Downtown
•Fifth floor terrace with grills, canopies and a fire pit
•State-of-the-art fitness center, complete with a boxing bag, that opens out onto an outdoor yoga terrace
•Resident lounge with billiards and open workspaces
•Private study with room reservation capabilities
•Private dining and event space for reservation
•Common area WiFi
•Private storage units
•103 underground parking spaces
•Onsite Hubway bike share station
Rents currently start at $2,485. The leasing office is open and located at 1350 Boylston Street. For more information, please visit http://www.theharlo.com, or call 844-814-8831. Additional information can be found on Instagram @The_Harlo and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheHarlo/).
The Harlo boasts tailored amenities, expansive terraces, intimate lounges and a mix of floor plans. The comfortable yet sophisticated community and amenities spaces are furnished by award-winning designer Mark Zeff. Zeff is based in Brooklyn, New York, and has earned a reputation for delivering authentic, quality interiors that are high-end, and carefully crafted with understated elegance.
Skanska’s other developments in Greater Boston include “Boston’s most sustainable block,” in the Seaport District, comprised of 121 Seaport, the first and only elliptical tower in the city with 400,000 square feet of Class-A, flexible office space targeting LEED® Platinum certification, and the site of Boston’s Seaport Shipwreck; 101 Seaport, the North American headquarters for PwC; and Watermark Seaport, a 300,000 square-foot, LEED® Gold residential building with ground-floor retail, which is more than 90 percent leased. Skanska also developed 150 Second Street, a lab and office building in Cambridge, MA.
Skanska has built and restored New England’s landmarks for more than 70 years, from Gillette Stadium and the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research, to the Longfellow Bridge. Skanska continues to leverage its local knowledge and global expertise to shape the region's institutional, commercial, healthcare and life science facilities, as well as to enhance or expand essential transportation and energy infrastructure.