Whether You're Buying, Staging or Designing Homes, These Resources Make Life More Glamorous

Lisa Pierpont | January 20, 2020 | Home & Real Estate

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Waterfront living at The St. Regis Residences.

Estate Realty

You’re selling your mansion. You have antiques, masterpieces and grandma’s coffee table, which you never really liked. What to do. Husband-and-wife team Maggie and Jim Hobbes are at your service. The couple excels at managing the sale of... well, everything. From pricing to merchandising to moving, Hunt Estate Sales takes much of the stress away from a move.

Insider tip Check out their website for upcoming estate sales to, you know, fill up your next estate.


Off Market

Sylvia Westphal is really good at researching. The former Wall Street Journal reporter, who has a PhD in genetics, spent her career reporting in-depth stories. That is, until she discovered her love for real estate. She’s launched The Private List, which specializes in ultraluxury real estate and connects homeowners with top real estate agents and other high-end service providers. Through a suite of concierge services, Westphal and her team can advise on staging or revamping a home prior to placing it on the market, and buyers can count on her to curate the perfect team of experts to remodel or decorate their new digs.

Insider tip Westphal plans to kick off a series of real estate events and panel discussions.

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An unforgettable Tyger Productions design.

House Party

50 Terminal St., Building 1

With global elite clients like Rolex and American Express, you can bet Ty Kuppig can produce a world-class blowout at your pad. With offices in Boston and Manhattan, Kuppig and his team at TYGER | Event Design + Production can assist in design, lighting, sound and more. Basically, he can create a party at your home the likes of which your neighborhood—maybe even state?—has never seen before.

Insider tip Take advantage of the design team’s expertise in custom fabrication and decor.


Waterfront Respite

250 Northern Ave.

The last waterfront residential development to open in the Seaport is taking names. The St. Regis Residences, Boston, which is expected to open in 2021, is located at 150 Seaport Blvd. and offers off-the-hook services including butler assistance, plus swimming pool, outdoor patio, spa, exercise room, library, sports simulator, wine vault, media room and guest suites.

Insider Tip The St. Regis will house a signature restaurant providing in-home dining and preferred reservations.

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The lobby at The Revolution Hotel.

Home Away from Home

1200 Soldiers Field Road

Call it the little train that could: The Revolution Hotel recently hauled in a top award as one of the country’s finest. Nestled in the South End, the boutique hotel indeed sets itself apart with impeccable design (credit Adam and Company for that) and vision from its owner, Bruce Percelay, founder of the Mount Vernon Company. Inspired by Boston’s revolutionary spirit, the hotel is filled with cool, quirky and, make no mistake, luxe details.

Insider tip Dine at the hotel restaurant, Cósmica Mexican Eatery & Bar, the newest culinary hit from the team behind The Beehive and Beat Brew Hall.



Photography by: Regan Wood Photography; Courtesy of Tyger Productions; Courtesy of The St. Regis Residences, Boston