Discover Luxury in SoWa

For luxury living in Boston’s South End, Gateway Terrace certainly delivers. Made up of three buildings in the SOWA section of the South End, the lofts of Gateway Terrace were inspired by London terrace homes.

Constructed in the mid 2000s, Gateway Terrace provides your choice of more than 130 loft-style residences, spread out across its three buildings. You’ll find a mix of concrete and hardwood flooring on the inside, plug large windows, custom cabinetry, and stainless-steel appliances at Gateway Terrace.

In addition, units in the large condo complex feature such desirable additions as granite countertops, high ceilings, open floorplans, and in-unit laundry. Options within Gateway Terrace range from a 500 square foot studio floorplan to a much larger, two-bedroom with around 1,200 square feet of living space.

Along with the private residences, The Emerson, The Hallet, and The Vose condo buildings that make up Gateway Terrace also offer some commercial space and some underground parking. The pet-friendly, elevator property additionally supplies a landscaped patio.

For added convenience, Gateway Terrace sits within walking distance of the galleries and artistry of the SOWA Arts District, plus it’s close to a new Whole Foods Market and more in the Ink Block. The lively, mixed-use section of the South End neighborhood includes condos, rentals, and an innovative urban park. 

As part of the Art + Design district, galleries, bouquets, restaurants, and more are easily within reach living in one of the buildings of Gateway Terrrace. The location means being within a short distance of countless South End shops and restaurants.

For commuters, it’s easy to reach the Silver Line and major roadways from Gateway Terrace, too. The property also sits close to a local dog run at Peter’s Park. There are two basketball courts in the park, plus you’ll find a combined tennis/pickleball court, a tot lot, and some gardens.

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