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Dana Park Place

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10-20 McTernan St



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Dana Park Place is one of the hottest places to live in Cambridge. Originally built in 1925 as a schoolhouse and church, this condominium complex was meticulously renovated into two magnificent buildings in 2008. Hailed as "classic Federalist architecture," the 43 condos at Dana Park Place feature state-of-the-art amenities, spectacular open floor plans, oversized windows that provide a ton of natural light, and soaring ceilings. It's located conveniently close to Harvard University, MIT, and the Charles River. Residents of Dana Park Place can expect high-quality urban living with every modern convenience.

The condos at Dana Park Place were presented in two phases. Phase I, located at 10 McTernan Street, is called "The School," which is a renovated historic brick schoolhouse. Now a gorgeous building of classic brick and stone architecture, The School is now home to 23 luxurious one, two, and three bedroom condos. These highly in-demand units range from 723 to 1,758 square feet and fluctuate in price from approximately $770,000 to $800,000. These incredible condos have beautiful kitchens with granite countertops, maple cabinets, and Energy Star stainless steel appliances. They also boast marble accented bathrooms, hardwood flooring, architectural molding, and spacious walk-in closets. Many units have private terraces for residents to relax outside and enjoy the view of the city.

Here are some amenities offered for residents of The School:

The second phase of Dana Park Place is called The Church. Located at 20 McTernan St, The Church is a majestic neo-classical brick and stone building. Formerly a church, it has been completely renovated into 20 dazzling two and three-bedroom condos and duplexes that range from $899,000 to $1,200,000. These luxury condos feature gorgeous hardwood flooring, architectural molding, large walk-in closets, and marble accented bathrooms. Their amazing kitchens have granite countertops, maple cabinetry, and Energy Star stainless steel appliances. Residents can enjoy the outside view on private terraces. Each unit is pre-wired for high-speed cable, telephone, and Internet access, as well as security and video intercom.

Here are some amenities offered for residents of The Church:

Constructed in 1925 as a stately church and schoolhouse and renovated in 2008 into two luxury condo buildings, the 43-unit Dana Park Place in Cambridgeport is one of the most desirable locations in Cambridge. Within walking distance of Central Square and Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT,) Tech Square and the Charles River, the community offers the ultimate in convenience. Located in a bike-friendly neighborhood, the complex is near several bike lanes.

Featuring classic Federalist architecture, the community is a perfect combination of timeless sophistication and New England elegance. Each upscale open-concept condo features comfortable central HVAC, high ceilings, massive windows that let in lots of natural light, beautiful hardwood flooring, roomy walk-in closets and gorgeous marble-detailed baths. The contemporary kitchen includes maple cabinetry, granite countertops and EnergyStar-rated stainless steel appliances. A convenient in-unit laundry saves you from the time and effort it takes to run to a commercial laundromat.

The community was offered in the two following phases:

Phase 1, or "The School", at 10 McTernan Street was originally a schoolhouse that was renovated into a magnificent brick-and-stone building. The 23 condos are available in one- , two- or three-bedroom units and range in size from 723 to 1,758 square feet and are priced between $770,000 and $800,000.

Each unit includes an individual storage bin and is pre-wired for high-speed Internet access, phone, cable and a security/video intercom system. Several units feature a private terrace where you can just relax outdoors and take in spectacular views of the city.

"The School's" building offers many excellent amenities, including an elevator, a common roof deck with superb views of the city skyline and landscaped lawn, a full kitchen, a fully-equipped fitness center, a peaceful indoor courtyard, indoor underground parking and secure bicycle storage where you can park the bike you ride on all those nearby bicycle lanes.

Phase 2, or "The Church", formerly a church at 20 McTernan Street, was renovated into a magnificent neo-classical brick-and-stone structure. The building consists of 20 beautiful two- and three-bedroom condos and duplexes ranging in price from $899,000 to $1.2 million. Each unit includes a private terrace where you can sit outdoors and enjoy spectacular views of the city. Each home is also pre-wired for high-speed Internet access and cable, phone and a security and video intercom system.

"The Church" also offers several great amenities, including a concierge lounge, a club room with full kitchen, a fully-equipped fitness center, heated indoor underground parking and secure bicycle storage for the bike you ride on the many nearby bike lanes.


The neighborhood of Cambridgeport, also known as Area 5, consists largely of residential buildings, many of the common New England triple-decker style. Central Square is the neighborhood's main commercial district and transportation center.

University Park consists of newly-constructed and remodeled apartments and office and laboratory buildings. The park is a mixed-use urban renewal joint project of the City of Cambridge, MIT and a real estate developer. A former Sears shoe factory was transformed into office space, as has a former Ford Motors plant that was constructed in 1913. Also lying within the neighborhood are Fort Washington Park, Magazine Beach and several MIT buildings.

Added in 1973 to the List of Registered Historic Places in Massachusetts, Fort Washington Park is the oldest fort that was constructed during the Revolutionary War. No actual fortification remains; only grassy embankments still stand.

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