Developments & Construction

New South End condos coming in fall 2020 to cost up to $5 million

The Quinn will bring a mix of studios to four-bedroom residences to Harrison Avenue. It is set to be finished in late fall 2020.

A rendering of The Quinn in the South End. Courtesy of Related Beal

A 14-story luxury condo building is set to rise in the South End with 101 new residences, the priciest of which could hit $5 million.

The Quinn, which will bring a mix of studios to four-bedroom residences, to Harrison Avenue, is set to be finished in late fall 2020. The developer, Related Beal, has hired Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Meyer Davis as part of its team of architects.

The building is named after the historic Quinzani Bakery, which once occupied the block.

“The South End has a rich history and a strong sense of community, and we are excited to become a part of that with The Quinn,” Kimberly Sherman Stamler, president of Related Beal, said in a press release. “We are creating homes for residents with amenities and services to enhance their lives, within a fantastic location surrounded by art galleries, dining, and cocktail options, boutique shops, and green spaces.”


The condos will range in price from $800,000 to $5 million, according to the press release. 

The new building will blend the looks of the warehouses and the historic Victorian row houses seen in the South End. Related Beal’s portfolio of developments includes  The ClarendonOne Back BayThe Arlington, and Lovejoy Wharf.

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