MLS Number: 72720953    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Multi-family
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: East Boston's Jeffries Point 
Location: 88 East Boston Package
Boston , MA
Beds: 0  |  F. Baths: 0
Built: 9999
Approx. SQFT: 99999.00
Acreage: 22.96

5.78 CAP- (Based on owners numbers) INVESTORS TAKE NOTICE! Solid opportunity to acquire a portfolio in East Boston. 7 multi's in East Boston. Package is spread over Jeffries Point, Maverick sq, Central Sq and more. Many in premier locations begging to be totally remodeled. Each building needs cosmetics and repairs. Walk to the ocean or play basketball and tennis at the community park with a playground included in this A+ location. Just minutes to Logan airport, restaurants, beaches, Yacht clubs and medical facilities. These buildings have great potential for a contractor and/or an investor. Most have rubber roofs. Needs cosmetics throughout. Perfect to convert to condos!!! Email broker for details. 28 Porter St, 47 Saratoga St, 154-156 Everett St, 229 London St, 238-240 Maverick St, 263 Everett St, 342-342R Princeton St.


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