When completed in 2018, Tishman Speyer’s new PIER 4, a boutique, nine-story residential building with 106, one- to four-bedroom ocean homes, each with private outdoor space and water views and located on the former site of the renowned seafood restaurant Anthony’s Pier 4 will be the hot new property in one of Boston’s hottest neighborhoods.

“We are eager to redeliver this iconic Seaport location as a premier address in Boston. PIER 4’s ocean homes, dynamic retail, and beautiful landscaping will provide an unparalleled waterfront experience and an ideal urbane lifestyle for residents,” said Jeffrey Wechsler, Managing Director at Tishman Speyer, which has created a unique and custom home-buying experience at PIER 4’s Sales Gallery.

According to advanced reports, each sustainably-designed home at PIER 4 will offer a sophisticated and unique layout, encompassing elegant finishes and private outdoor space, in an amenity-filled waterfront setting. In addition to a private terrace, each penthouse home will boast a private roof deck. Amenities will include pet-friendly conveniences, an exclusive residents club, an expansive outdoor terrace, a seating and dining area with a fire pit, a luxury fitness center with state-of the-art equipment, and onsite self-parking and valet. The building will also offer virtual golf so avid players can practice their swing year-round.

“We’ve been receiving tremendous interest in PIER 4,” said Advisors Living CEO Janice Dumont, who is leading the sales team at PIER 4. “These homes offer an urban oasis; an intimate yet energetic retreat within the Seaport. You can walk to the water’s edge, look back at the skyline and be a part of Boston’s inner harbor.”

Designed by internationally renowned firm SHoP, in collaboration with Boston-based CBT Architects, with landscaping by Reed Hilderbrand and interiors by II BY IV DESIGN, PIER 4 will be a significant waterfront gem that continues the pier’s legacy as an iconic address in the city, once frequented by many celebrated actors, politicians and Bostonians.

Adjacent to the Institute of Contemporary Art on the Boston Harbor, the development brings lush outdoor spaces to The Seaport, including a future one-acre park, sea steps at the tip of the site, an extension of the Harbor Walk, and convenient retail and curated dining options. PIER 4’s architecture complements its waterside location and the surrounding buildings. Its soft edges and unique white brick and glass facade will bring a beautiful aesthetic to the neighborhood as the building curves to the West towards the ICA, and its exterior picks up light and texture from the water.