Tilia Jamaica Plain includes 24 residences among five buildings - two are three-stories high with six units each and three have four stories with four units each.

The answer to the question of what’s new in Jamaica Plain is easily “everything.” This well-known urban neighborhood is an energetic mix of artists, musicians and professionals. But when the subject is real estate, the answer to “what’s new?” must be: Tilia Jamaica Plain.

Tilia Jamaica Plain includes 24 residences among five buildings - two are three-stories high with six units each and three have four stories with four units each.

All of the duplexes have three bedrooms, but some have two full bathrooms and others have an additional half bathroom and vary in size from 1,640 square feet to 1,825 square feet.

Urbanica, a design/development company specializing in the transformation of under-utilized buildings and sites into extraordinary living and working spaces in the metro-Boston area, and Luzern, a firm that develops, owns and operates residential apartment and condominium properties in the northeast, are partners in the project.

These brand new homes that range in price from $769,000 to $789,000 listed by the Ellen, Janis and Josh Real Estate Team of Re/Max Destiny are designed to be not only beautiful, but also exceptionally energy efficient.

Brand new LEED silver certifiable features and fixtures include triple pane Pella windows and sliders that are right at home among numerous amenities and luxurious Boston Design Center finishes. What you don’t see immediately (or not at all) is impressive, too: such as fresh air ventilation and an energy efficient heating and cooling system as well as a Navien tankless gas water heater.

In addition to a private pocket park on the site, every unit has individual outdoor space that range from massive back decks (these are 20-feet by 20-feet) to a front porch/deck with incredible views that stretch to the 200 Clarendon Street building and beyond. These outdoor spaces are the width of the unit.

Although all units have a choice of one of two finishes (“Nature,” which is in brown and aqua tones and “Urban” in white with hints of gray), all kitchens have two-tone cabinetry, Caesarstone quartz countertops, glass tile back splashes, stunning Vigo under-mount stainless steel sinks, and Jenn-Air stainless steel appliances.

Bathrooms (and kitchens) have Grohe “Concetto” faucets and showerheads with a chrome finish along with Kohler tubs and dual-flush commodes, “Fresca Nano” floating vanities (both doubles and singles) are used in all bathrooms, too.

Hardwood flooring (prefinished solid red oak) is installed in all the living areas while the bathrooms have Porcelanosa wall and floor tile.

Within the fully open-living concept floor plan, the living-dining areas are spacious with ample room for sofas and chairs plus dining seating that accommodates at least six comfortably.

In the first-floor duplexes, Pella triple pane glass sliders (with a matching sidelight) lead to that gigantic deck.

A half bathroom is on the main level, too.

A stackable laundry facility is in the second floor hallway along with a deep closet.

In the master suite, two big windows (these are double-hung one-over-one) are in the sleeping chamber large enough for a king-size bed. This spacious room also has two double closets. An oversized walk-in shower with a Porcelanosa tile surround is a commanding feature in the en suite bathroom. The floating vanity with two modified trough-like sinks enhance the sleek design.

While the guest bathroom has a tub/shower combination with a Porcelanosa tile surround, it reflects the same modern linear vibe. A single floating vanity is the key ingredient.

The remaining two bedrooms are large and bright.

Another duplex floor plan option offers the option of single level living with a very nicely sized bedroom on the first floor that also has a large full bathroom with a tub/shower combination and tile surround.

In this layout the living-dining area is even bigger and has full glass pane sliders to a Juliet balcony.

Upstairs, the master bedroom with a 10-foot high ceiling feels even more enormous than it is. A mammoth walk-in and through (to the en suite bathroom) is the width of the king-bed size sleeping chamber. This loo has a step-in shower and double vanity.

In the hallway, the utility closet and the linen closet are across from laundry facilities. This level also has access to a front porch/deck that stretches the width of the unit and has views of the Boston skyline.

The back bedroom, on the other hand, has a different kind of view - lusher and greener as this looks out to the Arnold Arboretum. Large enough for a king-size bed, too, this room also has an over-sized and double closet.