With a wonderful mix of history and vibrant urban atmosphere, Boston is the home of the HGTV Urban Oasis 2013. A custom-designed 1,000-square-foot paradise located on the 24th floor of The Residences at W Boston, the city’s newest residential hot spot, connected to W Hotel’s “Whatever, Whenever” lifestyle service.
The centerpiece of a grand prize package that will be awarded in fall 2013, the HGTV Urban Oasis will attract those who want livable, contemporary design coupled with luxury hotel amenities in a fabulous location.
With design elements inspired by Boston Architecture, HGTV Urban Oasis is a fully furnished condo in the heart of Boston's Theatre and Midtown Districts. It features:
And, along with the condo and everything in it, the winner will also get a 2014 Acura MDX -- a grand prize package worth over $1 Million!
In the video below, Jack Thomasson, HGTV House Planner, takes you on a tour of the exquisitely designed condo. Also, Boston-native, Taniya Nayak (HGTV’s Designed To Sell) will provide a local's perspective on Boston's hotspots and nearby attractions.
Jack Thomasson is president of The Home Department, Inc., and an acclaimed Professional House Planner. His vast expertise in real estate, architecture, construction, landscape and interior design produces the HGTV Dream Home for the annual HGTV Dream Home Giveaway, Jack can be seen on the HGTV television specials for the HGTV Dream Home, the HGTV Smart Home and HGTV Urban Oasis, and he is the host of feature and construction videos on HGTV.com.
Taniya Nayak’s Boston upbringing was shaped by her fun-loving and creative family and influenced by her father, a talented architect. Her first TV gig was on ABC Family’s Knock First. She then made the move to HGTV on the edgy series FreeStyle, encouraging homeowners to get imaginative with things they already had in their homes. Since then, Taniya has joined the expert team of HGTV’s popular show, Designed to Sell, where she helps homeowners transform their homes with only $2,000 before putting them on the market.