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Regent Partners with Cottonwood Management to Launch 133 & 135 Seaport, A Regent Collection as Part of Echelon Seaport in Boston

October 18, 2017 Hotel Developments No Comments Email Email

Regent Hotels Group and Cottonwood Management, a prominent North American real estate development and management company, have officially launched their first collaborative project- 133 & 135 Seaport, a Regent Collection and appointed JLL, Taiwan to be their exclusive residential condominium sales agent in the Asia Pacific region.

As part of EchelonSeaport in Boston, the 133 & 135 Seaport, a Regent Collection is the first collaborative development project between Regent Hotels Group and Cottonwood Management under a strategic partnership agreement signed in 2016. 133 & 135 Seaport represents Cottonwood’s first residential development in the North American market to introduce its Echelon Club lifestyle. 133 & 135 Seaport, a Regent Collection will be the fourth mixed-use development for Regent aside from Regent Montenegro, Regent Jakarta and Regent Phu Quoc as well as a significant return to the competitive North American region following a ten-year absence.

Located in the booming Seaport District of Boston, 133 & 135 Seaport, a Regent Collection is now one of the most anticipated under-construction luxury residences in the city. The entire project spans over 1.3 million square feet and features EchelonSeaport lifestyle elements throughout, complemented by the Regent stamp of quality in design and extraordinary service. The completed project will include three towers consisting of approximately 900,000 square feet of residential space, including two towers of the Regent-branded condominium residences along with 125,000 square feet of luxury retail space, all anchored by a central courtyard which will serve as the focal point for the development.

Comprising of 447 units, 133 & 135 Seaport, a Regent Collection features premier condominium units ranging from studios to three-bedroom penthouses with views of the city and Boston Harbor. Weaving in Regent’s reputed 5-star luxury hotel level of service, the EchelonSeaport lifestyle will introduce a wealth of condominium club amenities including two outdoor pools with landscaped sun decks, an indoor pool, fitness room, indoor basketball court, spa, golf simulator, personalized pet services and wine room.

Located near some of the world’s most renowned universities such as Harvard and MIT, 133 & 135 Seaport will also feature the Echelon Innovation Center – a collaborative space incorporating an academic ambience, entrepreneurial spirit, and lifelong learning environment. The Echelon Innovation Center has teamed up with the MIT DesignX program, affiliated to renowned academic and professional groups that offer a wealth of programming and creative energy to the 133 & 135 Seaport Regent-branded residences.

The award-winning Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) is the leading design team of the Regent branded luxury residences. KPF has designed some of the most important and recognizable place making projects in the world. Famous works include Covent Garden in London, Hudson Yards New York, World Financial Center in Shanghai, and the International Commerce in Hong Kong. KPF has also collaborated with locally renowned CBT Architects, a firm who had designed several of Boston’s premier condominium projects, including the Mandarin Oriental and Ritz-Carlton Residences in Boston. Available from USD$880,000 (SGD$1.9 million) per unit, condominium residents may expect to move in by end of 2019.

Boston, known for its abundant educational institutions, advanced biotech and innovative IT industry has seen its population increase at annual rate of 2.5% for the past few years, providing strong support to its real estate market. In addition, 50% of Boston residents have a bachelor’s degree, which helps attract global companies such as General Electric, Amazon, Reebok, PwC and Vertex to locate their national or regional headquarters in the Seaport District to allow them to tap into the talented workforce. With close proximity to the financial district and Logan airport, as well to the Boston Harbor and Harborwalk, a 27-mile long trail of waterfront public access, the Seaport District is the hottest new neighborhood in the city.

“We have always enjoyed a strong brand presence in the US market because of our original properties in New York City, Boston, Chicago and Beverly Hills,” says Steven Pan, Chairman of Regent Hotels Group. “To Regent, returning to North America has an affective meaning rather than for pure business concerns. Through the 133 & 135 Seaport, a Regent Collection, we wish to bring Regent back to US and present Regent’s bespoke service and management concept to its residents.”

“Regent is a global brand with Asian roots that is synonymous with hospitality. They incorporate eastern philosophy with western management that balances elegant traditions, state-of-the-art technology and current trends. With Regent’s brand DNA and JLL Taiwan’s professional analysis in real estate, I look forward to working with these expert teams as we march toward success,” says Alexander Shing, Chairman and CEO of Cottonwood Management.

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