A small six-unit development in the Columbia Street Waterfront District came to market today with the curiously punctuated name of Kane 1.1.3. Located at 111-113 Kane Street, the two- and three-bedroom homes range from a 1,126-square-foot unit asking $1.24 million to a 2,250-square-foot home with front and back gardens listed for $1.995 million. The listings are held by Andrew Booth of Corcoran, who tells us the building is the work of architect Renzo Bolarte of Design Studio Associates and designer Paul David. The property was purchased by the current owners, an anonymous LLC, in July 2012 for $1.625 million, and the new building plans were approved last November.
As evidenced by the exterior rendering, all units have huge windows; Booth says the top-floor duplexes have a wall of windows about 20-feet high. There are two lower level duplexes with gardens, two single-level two-bedrooms, and two upper-level duplexes with private rooftop gardens that have harbor views. All kitchens have Viking and Liebherr appliances, soapstone counters, and white cabinetry, as well as marble bathrooms and walk-in closets.
The building is currently under construction, and Booth says it's slated to be complete this fall, with closings starting in the fourth quarter or early 2014.
· Kane 1.1.3 in the Columbia Street Waterfront District Fulfills All Your Punctuation Needs [BBH]
· Listings: 113 Kane Street [StreetEasy]
· Listings: 111 Kane Street [StreetEasy]