National Development recently unveiled the new renderings of Sepia at Ink Block. Residents will have skyline views of downtown Boston and overlook the vibrant urban community that is Ink Block South End. Residents of Sepia at Ink Block are able to make their own mark by customizing the finishes of the condos to match their personal tastes and preferences.
Located at the corner of Harrison and Traveler Streets, the INK BLOCK community will further enliven the streetscape with other exciting restaurants and retail shops, becoming Boston’s newest destination for 18-hour living. The flagship 50,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, which will be the chain’s largest location in Boston and the first-ever full-size grocery store in the South End, is slated to open in early 2015 and will include outdoor sidewalk café seating along Harrison Avenue, as well as extensive prepared, natural and organic foods.
The former site of the Boston Herald building, Ink Block, will serve as a new hub for life South End style and feature a total of 475 units of housing, including the 83 condominiums at SEPIA, and 85,000 square feet of premier retail space. 1 INK, 2 INK and 3 INK will offer one, two and three-bedroom rental apartments located above retail space and underground parking. National Development recently acquired the former FW Webb property at 237 Albany Street to further expand the Ink Block footprint.
The SEPIA condos are slated to be complete and open for occupancy in mid-2015. Cranshaw Construction is the general contractor and Elkus Manfredi Architectsis the architect for SEPIA. The Collaborative Companies will serve as the marketing and sales agency.