Each residence boasts one-floor living with an open floor plan comprised of quality red-oak hardwood floors, high ceilings with recessed lighting, a gas fireplace in the living room, a hook-up for a side-by-side washer and dryer as well as two-zoned heat and air conditioning.

What does East Boston have that the other Boston neighborhoods don’t? A new property-managed condominium building brimming with coveted amenities such as parking, storage and direct elevator access! New affordable units bursting with state-of-the art furnishings and fine finishes! East Boston offers a life of enrichment, enjoyment and ease, not to mention historical interest, influence and integrity.

Developer Domecity and contractor Four Seasons Construction recently transformed a three-family brick building and parking garage into one of East Boston’s loveliest new residences. The Nines, located at 99 Everett St., maintains six condominium homes varying in size from 985 to 1,406 square feet with four floor plans to meet the needs of savvy residents and prices ranging from $625,000 to $845,000 to fit everyone’s budget.

These quality-constructed, light-filled well-appointed homes are listed with David Crowley of William Raveis Boston.

Each residence boasts one-floor living with an open floor plan comprised of quality red-oak hardwood floors, high ceilings with recessed lighting, a gas fireplace in the living room, a hook-up for a side-by-side washer and dryer as well as two-zoned heat and air conditioning.

The developers fine-tuned the plans to maximize every square foot, granting a considerable amount of room for storage in closets, cabinets and drawers while adding many high quality finishing touches. The sleek hardwood floors were finished on-site with an oil stain and three coats of polyurethane.

“It’s a Back Bay/South End quality product without the price tag,” said Crowley.

The kitchens showcase high-gloss white Wolf Transition cabinets and drawers plus trim, crisp quartz counters – including the peninsulas/islands with seating for two to four people, depending on the layout – that add a modern, pristine feel. Double ovens and an under-mount microwave help make food preparation easy and enjoyable. While all the units feature Samsung stainless appliances, the upper three units accentuate a Smart refrigerator.

Each floor plan comes with either two or three generous-sized bedrooms plus two full bathrooms. The master bedrooms have a large walk-in closet. While the guest bathrooms have a tub/shower combo, the master en suite bathrooms have a walk-in shower – outfitted with a seat, nooks for toiletries, a rain head and hand-held wand – of varying sizes and a double sink quartz-topped vanity. The penthouse showcases a marble bathroom.

The larger units highlight a custom-made glass-front cabinet with a beverage rack that can be used as a pantry. They also have a bay window in the living room and a private deck.

The sun-splashed penthouse, a step above the other units, is even more spectacular, not only in size, but also in amenities and finishes. Skyline and city views can be seen from either of the residence’s two decks, one of which is a refuge off of the master suite. Both decks have water, electricity and gas hookups making entertaining and relaxing easier.

This intimate building is satiated with amenities. One parking space is included with each unit, three of which are built under the building, making them virtually snow shovel-free. Mail boxes and package cubbies are located in the building’s foyer, and security cameras are tied into owners’ Smart phones to allow easy and safe front door monitoring.

The basement has lighted and heated storage areas. Elevator access allows transporting large items to and from one’s dedicated storage room effortlessly. The bike room has an egress at the back of the building for easy in and out transitioning.

The builders created a common patio in the back of the building using Boston City Hall pavers with granite steps and bluestone caps inviting all residents – with and without a deck – to enjoy private outdoor time.

The Nines is a pet-friendly, clean-air building with remarkably low condo fees of $299-$461 per month. It may just be one of the best deals going for those looking to live in the city without having to pay the exorbitant costs of doing so.

“You could live at the Seaport, but you would not get an elevator, three bedrooms, parking and all that storage for the same price point,” Crowley said.

Located in the vibrant and diverse Jeffries Point neighborhood, The Nines is within walking distance to

Piers Park – which hosts the Piers Park Sailing Center that entertains a community boating program and the East Boston Greenway that stretches from the wharfs at Maverick Square to the Bayswater Urban Wilds.

East Boston is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, boasting eight notable sites. East Boston has also been graced with famed personalities. The Kennedy family – commencing with the great grandparents in the mid-19th century – got their start in East Boston, and the Beatles played a concert at the nearby former Suffolk Downs during the summer of 1966. One of “Eastie’s” newest accolades transpired with the filming of Proud Mary, The Equalizer and Equalizer 2.

While East Boston may be tucked away from all the busyness of the city, a short walk to catch the MBTA Blue Line at Maverick station or a nearby water taxi puts owners living at The Nines right in the mix. Should one need to get away on vacation, it is even possible to walk to a nearby rental car company and catch a shuttle to the airport.

For more information contact David Crowley at 617-921-1105 or davidcrowley@1bostonluxuryliving.com.