To honor the countless men and women who have braved the pandemic on the frontlines over the past year, luxury real estate brokerage firm The Elevated Companies is launching a special promotion on the sale of condo units at its soon-to-open Maverick Street development, The Two Eight Seven.
“We’re beginning to sell units at 287 Maverick St.,” said The Elevated Companies Managing Partner Dan Duval. “We want to try to attract buyers, especially those who are in public service or on the frontlines for healthcare during the pandemic. We wanted to make sure we spotlight those frontline workers, whether they are nurses, doctors, or anyone who is working in either the hospitals or emergency medicine to incentivize them to come check out the building and see if that’s somewhere that they would like to live.”
Duval said The Elevated Companies is running a special $10,000 credit for frontline workers on the purchase of any new unit. The $10,000 credit can be honored either as a rebate of $10,000 given back to the buyers at closing or as a $10,000 reduction off of the purchase price
“We have quite a few reasonably priced units starting at $399,000 for a smaller one bedroom,” said Duval. “So we wanted to make sure that we got eyes on these units from people outside of the normal luxury condo buyer. So that was part of the reason for the promotion.”
Located in East Boston’s beautiful Jeffries Point neighborhood, The Two Eight Seven is a boutique collection of 37 luxury residences. Duval said the building offers a variety of layout and sizes suitable for a wide array of homeowners. The units are outfitted with stylish, top-of-the line finishes that feature a modern, refined design that are accentuated by a striking neutral color palette and high-quality materials used throughout.
The Two Eight Seven kitchens will feature quartz countertops, custom shaker cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms will feature custom Porcelanosa tile, frameless shower enclosures and matte black fixtures.
“There are a lot of working people that think they can afford to live in Boston,” said Duval. “East Boston is on the upswing in terms of pricing but so I think it was just a good idea to try and do something for our frontline workers that have given a lot to the community over the past year with the pandemic. We’ve seen good results with this promotion and have gotten a lot of interest. We hope to have more residents that are frontline workers living here.”
Over the past year a lot of Eastie developers have been giving back to the community in one way or another–whether through buying gift cards to local restaurants to help the struggling industry or helping businesses upgrade their establishments to be safer during the pandemic.
“It’s great that a lot of the developers have been given back and obviously the pandemic has highlighted the need to give back,” said Duval. “We’ve been doing similar programs at our development in South Boston and felt the time was right to do something in East Boston ahead of the development opening.”
To contact the Elevated team, please call 617-729-2761 or email [email protected]