Millennium Place is the newest luxury condominium residence in Boston with construction completed in October, 2013. Situated on the corner of Avery and Washington streets across from the Ritz Towers, one block off the Boston Common, it is centrally located amid Boston’s invigorated Midtown neighborhood and offers a one-of-a-kind lifestyle community. The 15-story building consists of 256 one-, two- and three-bedroom homes and four distinct living experiences: Garden Residences, Theatre Residences, Residences on the Avenue and Grand Residences highlighting penthouses with private terraces. Homes have open kitchens with custom cabinetry, stone countertops and top-of-the-line appliances, including a wine cooler or a fireplace in select units. Bay windows, Nordic oak flooring, spacious bedrooms, high ceilings, and five-fixture master baths with double sinks and an oversized tiled shower combine luxury and functionality. Residents will enjoy unique 5-star services such as a 24/7 private concierge and access to the city’s top cultural and social attractions through Millennium Partners’ exclusive La Vie® lifestyle program. The magnificent hub of Millennium Place, The Club, offers an Owners’ Lounge with a bar and fireplace, a Wine Tasting/Dining Room for events, The Garden that provides a on-site green space, a Screening Room and a Children’s Room. A private 2000+ square foot fitness center offers yoga, pilates and massage, with other programs on a fee basis in partnership with The Sports Club/LA conveniently located across the street. Living here, you are just minutes from the Financial District; steps from world-class shopping, dining, night clubs, theatre and entertainment; proximate to Boston’s many prestigious educational institutions and have full access to a modern urban lifestyle.
Lincoln Wharf, a 10 story, brick and stone building, is situated on the primary footpath of Boston’s North End waterfront between Battery Wharf and Union Wharf and adjacent to Burroughs Wharf. It dates back to the 1700s and was converted to a residential building in the early 1980s by the MBTA, becoming the nation’s first residential condo conversion of a power plant. This historical brick building was remodeled again in 2008 and has a variety of floor plans for one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums. Some units have been updated extensively, boast exceptional views of Boston’s harbor and skyline and have a private balcony. Amenities include a concierge, fitness center, lushly landscaped garden/grounds. The location provides easy access to public transportation, major highways, restaurants and shopping in the historic North End and it’s steps from downtown Boston, the up and coming Seaport area and all of the waterfront attractions.
Greenway Place, located directly on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, boasts 12 new, beautiful loft-style condominiums with the finest furnishings and brick and beam architecture. The building overlooks the Greenway, the New England Aquarium and the Boston Harbor. Each unit has at least one private balcony to take in the beautiful surroundings. Greenway Place is in walking distance to the restaurants and shopping of the Financial District, Faneuil Hall, the North End, and the Waterfront, and its residents can easily access the “T” public transportation.
Broadluxe is a newly renovated 9-story loft style luxury concierge building initially developed by Franklin Realty Advisors, in the heart of the financial district yet steps from the waterfront, downtown attractions and Rose Kennedy Greenway. The exterior features 19th century mercantile architecture with new contemporary glass and steel atop the original structure, balancing the historic and the new. Exposed brick and beam interiors add character and warmth alongside contemporary features and finishes. Ceiling heights vary depending on the floor. Valet garage parking is off site, yet conveniently located across the street at 80 Broad St. Amenities include concierge/doorman and additional storage. In the immediate vicinity, you have access to restaurants and cafes, all the waterfront attractions, the Financial District and a vibrant urban lifestyle.
One Charles is new residential construction by Millennium Partners, the developer of the Ritz Towers. Contemporary and sophisticated, this luxury high-rise full service condominium has two towers, one north facing with spectacular views of the Boston Common and one south facing offering fantastic city views. Homes have high ceilings, wood flooring and high-end finishes and appliances (including gas cooking), and some feature private balconies as well. Residents enjoy an on-site fitness room with a sauna, and a private club room for additional quiet space or entertaining. On site garage parking is convenient… self-park or valet. Located just one block off of Boston Common and the Public Garden, One Charles residents are within walking distance to Newbury Street, charming Beacon Hill, the Copley Place and Prudential Center malls, South End restaurants, the Theatre District and other night life options. In addition to fine dining at the on-site restaurant, one never has to go too far for a myriad of restaurants, from casual to fine dining. If you are looking for a lower key, luxury urban lifestyle, you will find it at One Charles.
The Harbor Towers, located on the Boston Harbor and the Rose Kennedy Greenway, is comprised of twin luxury residential towers and is known to be one of the most reasonably priced luxury waterfront developments in Boston. These 41-story (40 floors) modern towers feature some unparalleled majestic views of Boston Harbor and the downtown skyline. Many of the residences have private, outdoor areas, and the building is known for its beautiful private outdoor pool and landscaped grounds. This location offers convenient urban living, a community feel and it’s within walking distance to many area attractions such as New England Aquarium and Faneuil Hall, as well as Boston’s North End (“Little Italy”) and the Financial District. MBTA public transportation as well as easy access to highways, South Station and Logan Airport make Harbor Towers very accessible.
360 Newbury is a luxury boutique nine-story, brick and stone building designed by Frank Gehry in the heart of Back Bay at the corner of Newbury Street and Mass Avenue. Converted from commercial use to condos in 2004, residences are contemporary chic with high loft-like ceilings, hardwood floors and tremendous natural light. Some units boast floor to ceiling windows and tremendous skyline views. Interior finishes are high-end and common spaces are tastefully appointed. Amenities include a concierge/doorman, on-site professional management and private storage. Garage rental parking is conveniently located across the street. Living at 360 Newbury, you will capture the vibrancy of the urban lifestyle: Back Bay restaurants, shopping and public transportation outside your door and a short walk to Shaw’s, the Prudential Center, Copley Place and cultural venues such as the Berklee Center for Performing Arts and Symphony Hall.
285 Columbus Lofts is totally new construction of a mid-rise, eight-story brick and stone building prominently located on the corner of Clarendon Street, where the Back Bay and historic South End meet. Residences feature contemporary design, elegant high-end finishes and sophisticated loft style luxury living with an open kitchen/living concept, oversized windows, high ceilings and fantastic city views. Residents enjoy the benefits of a concierge, a beautiful, furnished common roof deck and accessibility (within short walking distance) to public transportation (Back Bay Station and T), shopping at Copley Place, Prudential Center and Newbury Street; restaurants on Newbury Street in the Back Bay and Tremont Street in the South End and well as a variety of health clubs. Rental garage parking is conveniently located at the Dartmouth Street garage, just steps from the building. The lifestyle at 285 Columbus is simply elegant and easy.
FP3 is located in the heart of the vibrant Fort Point and Seaport area. The 92 residences are housed within three masonry buildings; two are totally renovated historic structures; one is entirely new construction. Homes are loft-style, some brick and beam, others new construction; some penthouse duplexes; others with unmatched private terraces. All include over-sized windows, high ceilings and hardwood floors. Kitchens are open with contemporary cabinetry and premium appliances. The lobby serves as an exhibition gallery for local artists and function space for residents. A common roof deck with a gas grill captures views of the Fort Point and Seaport area. FP3 is conveniently located, just steps to the InterContinental Hotel, South Station, the Financial District, the Waterfront and the new Innovation District. You can walk to numerous restaurants and cafes: Legal Seafood, Trade, McCormick & Schmick, Strega, Flour Bakery & Cafe to Barbara Lynch’s Drink, Sportello and the high-end Menton at the building’s base. Seaport development plans, public transportation and easy highway access make FP3 an increasingly desirable and hot place to call home.
Commercial Wharf is a luxury loft-style five-story brick and stone building with 94 units (residential and commercial). Originally built in 1832 as a warehouse, it was converted to condominiums in 1978. Located on the Boston Waterfront, many units have exceptional views of the Boston Harbor or skyline. Homes vary in condition with some being completely renovated featuring high-end appliances and appointments. Interiors have character with brick and beam construction; some units have balconies. The location on the Boston Waterfront provides for a quick walk to the Financial District, the lively restaurants of North End, all the waterfront attractions with Harbor Walk and Joe’s American Bar & Grill just steps away.