residential, multi-family, apartments
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  • Exterior photography of an 8-story apartment building with varying facade looks including a stripe effect
  • Interior photography of an apartment corner unit showing edge of kitchen counter dining table and chairs and living room.
  • Interior photograph of apartment room corner unit bedroom. Be has grey, pink, and white bedding and grey carpet.
  • Interior photography of a bathroom in neutral tone tile and white cabinetry with window at end of bathroom.
  • Exterior photography of a communal roofdeck seating space with view of City of Boston in background.
  • Exterior photography of entry to apartment building with black and white facade.
  • Interior photography of apartment lobby and communal space in black, gry, and white tones.
  • Exterior photography of a communal roofdeck seating space with view of City of Boston in background.
  • Interior photography of an apartment communal area with black tones, bright yellow credenza and chairs a dark pink carpet and pale pink sectional sofa.


Boston, MA

Siena is the second condominium project built at the Ink Block development in Boston’s South End. The 79-unit project consists of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units as well as three-bedroom plus den units and ground-floor loft style apartments with street-level entrances and patios. Communal amenities include a sky lounge, fitness center, clubroom lounge, library lounge and access to underground parking.


Building construction consisted of precast concrete piles, structural steel garage (below-grade) and steel with metal deck and concrete superstructure. The façade is a combination of masonry and metal panel.


The project opened in the spring of 2018 and is LEED Gold certified.


National Development


Elkus Manfredi


120,888 SF

Project Cost

$55 Million