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The Harris begins leasing artfully-inspired residences in Boston’s historic South End

The Harris has begun leasing its 172 residences in one of Boston’s most culturally significant neighborhoods, offering a range from spacious studios to three-bedroom homes. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and interiors by Meyer Davis, The Harris presents a sophisticated residence as architecturally notable and eye-catching it is comfortable. Residences feature touches like floor-to-ceiling windows, high-end appliances, custom oak cabinetry and flexible floor plans, allowing residents to shape their homes to meet their lifestyles.

Whether staying in top physical shape or hosting a dinner for out-of-town friends and family, The Harris accommodates residents’ needs with ease. 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces include reservable dining areas; Boston’s first Dog City pet spa; an extensive rooftop space with grills and firepits; and an 8,000-square-foot fitness center with everything from an indoor lap pool and sauna to a squash and basketball court to a bouldering wall. In spite of busy schedules, residents can enjoy more time to themselves with access to an on-site lifestyle coordinator who can assist with tasks like move-in support, residence cleaning, grocery shopping and private event coordination. Getting to know the neighborhood is also a breeze, as The Harris features ongoing arts, dining and cultural programming designed to support local creators and establishments in the South End.