A just-opened 259-unit apartment tower in East Boston is all about panoramic views of the harbor and the city. Developed by Troy Boston and 315 on A builder Gerding Edlen, The Eddy sits on a four-acre site along the Eastie waterfront, affording unobstructed views from just about every apartment as well as from its second-floor common amenity spaces.
The common chef’s kitchen — outfitted with a gas stove, wall oven and white quartz countertops — has seating along two walls of windows overlooking Boston Harbor. The kitchen opens onto an outdoor terrace outfitted with grilling stations, and a ramp leads up to an outdoor pool.
The common roof deck atop the 16-story stone, brick and metal building offers the most panoramic views, from the Harbor Islands all the way around to Charlestown. And the Harborwalk area behind the complex includes a garden, lawn and a landing for a water taxi shuttle to the city. It connects to the city’s recently redone LoPresti Park.
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