The five-story, double bow-front, brick-covered building at 50 Symphony Road will include 20 residential units - 19 of which will have two bedrooms and two bathrooms with approximately 1,000 square feet of living space.

Brand new digs are under construction now in the Fenway - barely two blocks from Symphony Hall, four blocks from the Prudential Center and Copley Mall and six blocks from the fabulous stores on Newbury Street.

Currently under construction by GFC Development, Inc. on the one-block street of Symphony Road, The Henry is a steel and poured concrete building named in honor of Henry Lee Higginson, the founder of Symphony Hall.

The five-story, double bow-front, brick-covered building at 50 Symphony Road will include 20 residential units - 19 of which will have two bedrooms and two bathrooms with approximately 1,000 square feet of living space.

Listed by Ricardo Rodriguez and Associates of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, prices range from $1,025,000 to $1,325,000. Although owners can expect to be “at home” starting in the fall of 2019, limited pre-construction sales opportunities are available now.

These new homes will also have exceptionally convenient urban amenities beyond location.

Parking in a garage under the building tops the list. Bike storage, promoting sustainable transportation, will also be available.

The Henry offers elevator service that goes from the garage, stopping at the lobby for mail and package facilities, to the top floor.

Almost every unit will have outdoor space with views. Balcony units on one side of the building will overlook the adjacent Symphony Road Community Gardens while the penthouse units will have access to private roof decks.

Privacy is a bonus for the first floor units as they are “above” street level.

The spacious and luxurious units will have chic contemporary interiors designed by the architectural firm of Hendren Associates.

Although each unit will have an open-floor plan concept for the living-dining room and kitchen, exact layouts will vary, creating residences with individual personalities. Some features, however, will be standard, such as oversized windows that are almost floor-to-ceiling and engineered oak hardwood flooring with a Miami finish accented with detailed bump boards.

In keeping with the overall crisp, cool color palette, two-tone kitchen cabinetry in painted powder grey and medium brown (with a grain) will be accented with marble-inspired tile backsplashes. To maintain a more cohesive look the “backsplash” will extend up to and around adjacent windows in the kitchen.

Hemisphere translucent pendant lights add a dash of sparkle (in addition to their very practical purpose) over center islands or peninsulas - depending on kitchen layout - with waterfall countertops. These long swaths of granite counters will also seat three-to-four people comfortably. Regardless of how the kitchen is configured, each one will have a stainless Bosch appliance package that includes a gas range.

Bathrooms will have similar color, but in different materials. In the master en suite bathroom, for example, marble floor tiles in a herringbone pattern will showcase floating vanities in grey tones with Caesarstone countertops and undermount sinks.

Step-in showers in frameless glass enclosures will have surrounds of oversized milk glass tile in a stack pattern.

Guest bathrooms will feature brown and cream striped floor tiles highlighted by floating vanities in a light brown “wood” pattern topped with white Caesarstone. Complementary tile will be used in the surrounds for the tub/shower combinations, and all fixtures (in the master bathrooms, too) will be by Kohler.

As for the bedrooms, they will be amply sized with roomy double closets. The master bedroom sleeping chamber will accommodate a king-size bed.

The Henry sits in a prime location of the Fenway neighborhood – between The Back Bay Fens, generous green space designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, and the intersection of Back Bay-South End with easy access to universities and hospitals, museums, movie and fitness facilities. Mass Ave., which is practically around the corner, has a plethora of services including Whole Foods, CVS, the Post Office, Anton’s Dry Cleaners, and Economy Hardware. Chic shops and fine restaurants on Newbury Street are only moments away.

The sprawling Fenway-Kenmore area is home to baseball’s iconic Fenway Park, hosting the famed Boston Red Sox. Residents of The Henry will have no worries about finding parking for the games!

Fun and frivolity continues along Peterborough Street, also known as “Restaurant Row,” offering an eclectic array of ethnic foods, and Lansdowne Street, where people can dance and drink the night away in a variety of clubs and sports bars. Lucky Strike Lanes on Ipswich Street offers bowling, pool, arcade games and video consoles on huge screens.

Choices for public transportation are equally plentiful. MBTA Bus Route 1 that goes from Harvard Square to Dudley Square via Mass Ave. and the Green Line E train is less than two blocks away. T stops for the B, C and D trains are at Hynes Convention Center a few blocks away or catch the Orange Line at Mass Ave. Multiple-car sharing locations are available within a half-mile radius.