Boston – CUBE 3 announced that a vacant, degraded urban waterfront site has been transformed into The Mark at DeNormandie Wharf, a mixed-use development at 99 Sumner Street in Boston. The newly completed property follows the water’s edge, completing East Boston’s Harbor Walk and bridging the gap between Carlton Wharf and LoPresti Park.
The Mark at DeNormandie Wharf features 107 well-appointed condominium residences. Seven residences are designated affordable, and the property features 6,500sf of ground-floor publicly accessible waterfront workshare space. Amenities for tenants include a 5,045sf private elevated courtyard with grilling areas, fitness and wellness spaces, pet wash, golf simulator, lounge areas, and small, programmable function spaces. Eighty resident parking spaces are located underneath the building and a total of 147 bicycle storage spaces are located on site. The development also features views of Downtown Boston, the Seaport District, and Charlestown.
With a focus on sustainable design, the Mark at DeNormandie Wharf is equipped with efficient heating and cooling systems, light colored reflective roofing material, water reduction initiatives, and electric car charging stations for its tenants and visitors. Future LEED goals for the property include LEED Green Building certification, LEED v4 for BD+C: New Construction and Major Renovation and LEED Silver certification (55 points).
The new 240-foot Harborwalk section along Boston Harbor includes native plantings and adds 34,500sf of public open space designed to welcome pedestrian engagement in the area.