According to Jillian Reig of Compass, the listing brokerage of the six-story project, “10 Farnsworth is a unique product for Boston. With only nine homes, it offers boutique-style living with direct elevator access, garage parking and ultra-luxurious finishes (with no common hallways) in the hottest neighborhood in the city.”

The Fort Point neighborhood of the Seaport District is rapidly growing, and a new home in one of the newest luxury condo developments at 10 Farnsworth Street is now ready for its first proud owner.

According to Jillian Reig of Compass, the listing brokerage of the six-story project, “10 Farnsworth is a unique product for Boston. With only nine homes, it offers boutique-style living with direct elevator access, garage parking and ultra-luxurious finishes (with no common hallways) in the hottest neighborhood in the city.”

Steve Losordo, also of Compass, said, “It’s the perfect building for someone who wants ultimate privacy at home, but at the same time be just steps away from everything Fort Point and the Seaport have to offer.”

David Nagahiro of Boston-based CBT Architects has been the lead designer for this development.

“The juxtaposition of this glass jewel-box of a building and its neighboring 100-year-old brick and beam Boston Wharf buildings will, without a doubt, make it an iconic building. Architecturally, it’s intentionally the opposite of everything down there and I think CBT knocked the cover off the ball with their design. It’s a true gem,” said Losordo.

Shining on top of this incredible building is the sparkling 4,312-square-foot sixth-floor penthouse with an amazing private roof garden, listed for $7,995,000.

It’s not just its size that makes it a very special place to call home – it’s what’s included in this one-level palace on the top floor that renders it so appealing.

As with all the homes at The Farnsworth, the finest materials and superb craftsmanship have gone into every detail of this dramatic wide-open floor plan surrounded by walls of floor-to-ceiling windows.

The large fluid living-dining room-kitchen invites relaxation and comfort. It’s a warm and cozy spot to relax in front of the large gas fireplace, yet bright and airy with plenty of windows to enjoy the astonishing views of the Seaport area. The European oak flooring adds a first-rate flare.

The professional-grade kitchen boasts Carrara marble countertops, custom European lacquer cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances. The prep sink can be found on the island, which seats four people. While cooking will be something every chef will revel in, at least 10 fortunate people will look forward to enjoying those delectable culinary creations in the well-designed, spacious dining area.

Adjacent to the living room is a large media room, ideal for placing that large-screen TV to enjoy a quiet evening of movies or a rowdy night of cheering on the Red Sox as they continue to provide winning excitement to this season.

Next to the kitchen is one of the home’s three bedrooms, boasting a large customized walk-in closet. The en suite bathroom has a tub-shower.

The master bedroom suite – mammoth and loaded with all the amenities for rest and relaxation – is on the other side of the unit. The boudoir includes a large sitting area – a perfect place to read a book, enjoy late-night refreshment, behold the beauty of the city nightlights or catch up on a little work.

The extra-large walk-in closet is customized to hold plenty of clothes, footwear and accessories.

The en suite bath is also loaded with luxuries. There’s a large walk-in shower and a delightful sculptural freestanding soaking tub, waiting to clean, calm and care for you. The radiant heated floors will keep your feet warm and toasty on those frigid winter nights and cold early morning risings. There’s also a double vanity to assist with all the morning and nightly rituals.

Next to the master suite is another sizable bedroom with a large walk-in closet, plenty of windows and a handy bathroom with tub-shower.

This home also includes a large laundry room with a side-by-side washer-dryer, a sink and oodles of storage space, plus a powder room.

To top off this astounding home is a 1,300-plus square-foot private roof garden, a place family and friends will be eager to gather on those pleasant spring, summer and fall days and evenings. The gas grill is ready to whip up some great rooftop fare. The views of the city skyline and waterfront are stunning. Adding to the ambiance is a large gas fireplace.

Those who call this beautifully designed building home will enjoy the on-site garage with an automated parking system. The penthouse includes two parking spaces.

A very large shared deck offers additional outdoor living space for mixing and mingling with other residents, when desired.

Another fantastic feature of the penthouse is the complete and customizable Smart Home technology that runs off an Android or iOS. This means the owners get full automation control of media/music, lights, blinds, temperature, security and entry systems from their computers, phones and other mobile devices, whether at home or away.

Residents soon discover that their neighborhood holds a special place in the city. One unique aspect is the Fort Point Arts Community with a membership of more than 300 artists.

Residents will also enjoy being within sight of the Fort Point Channel for many maritime activities. The Boston Children's Museum, Boston Fire Museum, Flour Bakery & Cafe, Bee's Knees, Yada Yada Bakery and many excellent restaurants in Boston's Seaport District are a very short walk away.

The 10 Farnsworth residents will also appreciate easy access to major transportation points in the Downtown Boston area, including highways and public transportation. The building is within walking distance of historic South Station, which is used by thousands of commuter rail, MBTA and Amtrak passengers on a daily basis. Connections to the T’s Red Line and Silver Line are here.

“I think Fort Point has changed in that it now has every convenience you’d want in a neighborhood. I lived there in the early 2000s and we had Lucky’s and The A Street Diner,” said Losordo. “Fort Point has kept its industrial and artistic character, but now has everything that may have kept some folks from looking to live there even a few years ago.”

The Seaport District is the fastest growing neighborhood in the city with other new residential developments at 320 on D, 100 Pier, 49 Melcher, 315 on A, Parklane and Waterside Place.

In addition to the homes at 10 Farnsworth, there is also 1,400 square feet of ground-floor retail space in the building.

This home is available to see by appointment.