BOSTON, MA – Lincoln Property Company (LPC) and Phoenix Property Company (PPC) unveiled Ora, a mixed-use property that offers high-end studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments now in Boston's Seaport District to be opened.
Ora is a 12-story, mixed-use residential community with 304 luxury units as well as restaurant, retail and innovation areas on the ground floor and in the garden. The building was designed with progressive thinking, innovation, luxury and connectivity in mind. Select accommodations have open concept floor plans, private balconies, water views, quartz countertops, and keyless entry.
The themes of connectivity and luxury are underpinned by the shared amenities of the building, which include a concierge service, valet parking, a central public courtyard, a rooftop pool and a sky terrace on the 12th floor with over 8500 square meters of outdoor space and magnificent Views include downtown and Boston Harbor.
This project is the latest in the growing residential and commercial activity in the seaport district. LPC and PPC are committed to continuing change in this area and driving growth across the region through public and private partnerships.
As part of this smart growth initiative, Ora was developed with the goal of climate resilience and sustainability. The property is surrounded by a barrier that can withstand three feet of flood and is based on FEMA and Massachusetts guidelines for sea level rise over the next 30 to 40 years. It was also awarded LEED Silver certification by the US Green Building Council, the world's most widely used green building rating system.
The team behind Ora's leasing and marketing efforts describe the project as "a new way of urban living". The building's mission is to reflect the essence of the seaport as a representation of the "new Boston". Through its architecture, services, and amenities, Ora was deliberately designed to provide real connections to its residents while offering the convenience and vibrancy of a neighborhood just steps from the Silver Line and minutes from the South Railway Station.
Source: Lincoln Property Company / Phoenix Property Company