At-Home Activities in East BostonMay 14, 2020 Blog Neoscape
In this time of social distancing, The Mark continues to empower its residents to enjoy the culture, food—even the sights—of East Boston. Challenging times like these come with unexpected boons, including the opportunity to appreciate the everyday comforts of your own home.
From well-appointed open-plan kitchens to flexible living spaces, these luxury condos have everything necessary for an extended experience of indoor comfort and style. People working from home might be excused for spending an extra hour (or two) in bed in the mornings these days—especially given the elegance of The Mark’s bedrooms, where they can relax in bed, play some music, sip a cappuccino, and admire the glistening waterfront views across East Boston.
On the days when work is not on the horizon, the stylish living rooms center residents as they celebrate the city outside their doors by reading a Boston-set book like The Given Day by Dennis Lehane or Ann Patchett’s novel, Run. As the light fades, take-out from a nearby local restaurant becomes the casual accompaniment to an evening of cozying up on the sofa and settling down to a classic Boston film like Mystic River, The Fighter, or—for a touch of levity—Ted.
With dining out currently on hold, this is also the time for residents of The Mark to become familiar with their kitchens. Fitted out with beautiful, reliable Bosch appliances, there’s ample room to store groceries and all the equipment needed to produce refined, healthy meals.
The kitchen’s open-plan style means residents can easily chat with loved ones or roommates while preparing dishes they’d usually find in restaurants, like clam chowder, lobster rolls, or Boston cream pie. Many local businesses, including Boston Public Market and Savenor’s Butcher & Market, are offering delivery, making it easier to support the community while ordering ingredients and supplies.
After indulging in a homemade meal, residents of The Mark needn’t head outside to burn off all those calories. Online yoga and Pilates classes will stretch muscles, while the Peloton app conveniently brings live cycling classes by professional instructors into private residences. With minimal rearranging, the spacious condos at The Mark can become a fitness studio, replete with natural light and ventilation, thanks to generously proportioned windows. And once COVID-19 restrictions are eased, residents will have exclusive access to the “flex studio” and stationary cycling bikes in the on-site fitness center, one of The Mark’s many upscale amenities.
Connect with the Sales Team to discover more about the East Boston waterfront condos at The Mark. Now accepting virtual appointments.