A high-end rental project at 22-26 West Broadway in Southie looks like it was designed for a European city. The three mini-tower complex is the brainchild of local developer Jason Cincotta and architect Michael LeBlanc of Hub-based Utile.
“We want to provide a different kind of rental experience, something not mass-produced, that creates a feeling of a small community,” said Cincotta, owner of Evergreen Property Group, adding that the 31 units in the floor- to-ceiling glass-faced towers will have 16 different floor plans, luxury condo finishes and common spaces that will encourage residents to get to know one another.
LeBlanc, whose firm also designed the successful First & First 23-unit townhouse condo development, thinks there is a pent-up demand for high-design units in smaller buildings. “And with a thoughtful use of space and materials and attention to design, you can provide a great residential experience without a lot of added cost,” LeBlanc said.