This rare Commonwealth Avenue Development Opportunity is available for the first time in almost ninety years. Located between Clarendon and Dartmouth Streets, 146 Commonwealth Avenue offers direct elevator access to five levels of living space spanning 10,730 gross square feet. The extra-wide building is known as the Fisk House, named after Louisa Holman Fisk, head of the Boston University Women’s Council who purchased the brownstone in 1933 to provide subsidized housing for female graduate students. Wonderful historic details remain intact, including the grand central staircase, elegant fireplaces, ornate moldings, and well-proportioned rooms with soaring ceilings and dramatic windows. Located on a highly desirable block of Commonwealth Avenue, this is an exceedingly unique opportunity for a trophy single-family residence, condo conversion, or commercial property.
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