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The Residences at 9 Cooper Street are ideally located steps to the heart of the North End with its world famous restaurants and a short walk to the Waterfront, Financial District, Greenway, TD Garden and multiple commuter roadways and trains.
With immediate walking access to the Waterfront, the Financial District, and Government Center the location of 9 Cooper Street is one of the most accessible in Boston and is an extremely convenient location for residents who work in downtown Boston. Boston City Hall, Post Office Square, and International Place are all within a 10 minute walk.
Public transit on the MBTA Green Line and Orange Line at Haymarket station is less than a 5 minute walk and Blue Line access at Aquarium station is a 7 minute walk. For car commuters, access by car to I93 for points north and south is minutes away and on to the Mass Turnpike for points west is within a . Logan airport is less than a 10 minute drive or only one subway stop from Aquarium Station on the Blue Line.
Within a 5 minute walk to both the Rose Kennedy Greenway and to Christopher Columbus Park on the Waterfront, 9 Cooper Street has incredible access to some of Boston’s best cultural amenities. The brand new Boston Public Market providing locally sourced groceries and food is just a 5 minute walk and The New England Aquarium is just a 10 minute walk. Of course, Hanover Street, the main drag bisecting the North End, with its line up of restaurants, cafes and boutiques is just a few blocks away.
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Boston’s oldest neighborhood and the center of Italian culture in Boston is the North End. For the most part, the North End has managed to remain unchanged for years with no significant structural changes made. The narrow neighborhood streets are still lined with narrow brick apartment buildings and the area is void of any chain stores. Even though younger people are moving in, there are still a lot of families who have lived their whole lives there. Considered by many to be the safest area of the city, the North End is filled with both historic sites and incredible Italian restaurants, cafes, and espresso bars making it among the city’s most popular areas for visitors and Bostonians alike. Recently, efforts have been made to bring the life and vitality of the North End to its waterfont. Several restaurants have begun offering seaside dining, and many old warehouses have been converted to luxurious lofts and condos. The North End is a great place to take in the sights and sounds of the city.
The historic North End is populated by a mixture of Italian Americans and young professionals who are attracted to the neighborhood’s cozy feel and easy access to downtown. Rusted iron fire escapes and striped green awnings hang above North End’s various Italian pastry shops, cafes, and fine-dining restaurants. Tourists come from all over to experience truly authentic Italian cuisine, enjoy a cannoli or a cappuccino – treasured North End treats, and explore its narrow streets.
The MBTA Orange Line (State, Haymarket, North Station), Green Line (Government Center, Haymarket, North Station), Blue Line (Government Center, Aquarium) are within close proximity to the North End.
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A nationally recognized leader in the real estate industry. For his innovative real estate sales & marketing skills and strategic thinking, he was chosen to receive the prestigious 30 Under 30 Realtors in America award from Realtor Magazine. He is also frequently cited in local and national news publications, like The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, Boston Magazine, and Banker & Tradesman for his insight and perspective on the Boston real estate market.
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P.T. has been in the real estate business since 1999. He was a top producing agent at 3 firms before founding Charlesgate Realty Group. He prides himself on his ability to establish and maintain client relationships and provide a creative service approach. P.T.’s primary roles at Charlesgate are to head business development and lead the residential brokerage and investment/development activities of the firm. P.T. is a member of the Greater Boston, Massachusetts, and National Association of Realtors, and has earned the ABR and CRS designations.
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Charlesgate Realty Group is an integrated Real Estate firm servicing the Greater Boston region. Founded in 2003 by PT Vineburgh and Michael DiMella, Charlesgate has grown into a dynamic team providing services for sales and leasing brokerage, property management, multifamily investment sales, and development consulting & on-site sales and marketing.
Charlesgate’s Multifamily division specializes in brokerage and asset management of investment grade properties valued from $1 million to $30 million. Together with the Property Management & Leasing divisions, the firm provides management & leasing services tied with strategic value add renovation guidance to outperform the market and drive property value and ROI.