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  • Exterior - Photo by Ed Wonsek - street in foreground. Two buildings with different facades with a road between.
  • Exterior - Photo by Ed Wonsek -building with grey siding, windows. Bicyclists in street beside building.
  • Exterior - Photo by Ed Wonsek - woman walking down street at dusk. Street trees and plantings. Different facade treatments on buildings on either side of the street.
  • Exterior - Photo by Ed Wonsek - Decorative blue lighting in pedestrian corridor. Parking. Two women stopped in foreground of picture looking at a phone. Dusk.
  • Interior - Photo by Ed Wonsek - communal area in residential building. Seating with four blue chairs. A kitchen area with sink in background. Artwork on the wall.-
  • Interior - Photo by Ed Wonsek -photo of an apartment unit living, dining, and kitchen area. Primarily white furniture and carpet with stainless steel appliances in the kitchen.



The 125/133 Sumner Street project consisted of the demolition of four existing buildings, and the construction of two, three-story wood frame residential buildings totaling 52 rental and for sale units. The Harborwalk Residences condo building is a mix of 30 affordable and market rate units, and all 22 units of the Harbor125 Apartments are affordable. The new construction also included a 1,040 SF public community room and outdoor patio with sweeping harbor and downtown skyline views. The buildings also contains approximately 3,400 SF of ground-floor retail space facing Sumner Street, 19 surface parking spaces and 50 bicycle storage spaces. The buildings were built with sustainable standards.


Winn Development / Boston Housing Authority


The Architectural Team

project cost

$28 Million


63,000 SF