360 Newbury Street lofts are as elegant as they are spacious. Formerly the home of Tower Records, this iconic building was originally built in 1918 and renovated in 2005 and sits at the southeast corner of Newbury Street and Massachusetts Avenue. Designed by Frank Gehry, who renovated the building in 2005 to create more than 54 new condominium units available for sale in 2006.
A Millennium Partners development, One Charles is a luxury boutique residence just off the Boston Garden/Common. This spectacular building was completed in 2005 and is designed and constructed to the highest of luxury condominium standards.
Heritage on the Garden is among the most luxurious and exclusive addresses in Boston. It is located within a stone's throw of everything the city has to offer, including Beacon Hill, the Theater District, the Financial District and all the fine restaurants and luxury shopping of Back Bay.
The Clarendon is a luxurious 104 condo development along the border of Back Bay & South End. The Clarendon is one of only a few buildings in all of Boston that will be registered with the US green Building Council.
Overlooking Boston’s historic Public Garden and within reach of premier attractions, The Four Seasons private residences blend elegant simplicity with distinctive New England style. Treat yourself to your own personal sanctuary and reap the benefits of legendary Four Seasons service and standards.
Trinity Place is located in the heart of Boston's Back Bay and is widely known as one of Bostons most luxurious, full service buildings. All units are unique as they were delivered in "vanilla" condition from the developer with the purpose and expectation that buyers would provide their own custom finishing touches. Trinity Place is a top choice for upscale and sophisticated city buyers.
With only 9 unique units, Le Jardin is One of the most luxurious condo buildings in Boston. Located just steps from Newbury Street and Boston's famous restaurants, Le Jardin is ideal for those who want an exclusive full service building with the privacy of a single family home. This boutique condo conversion sits on the park with stunning swan pond, garden and skyline views.
The Mandarin is one of the newest additions to Boston's blossoming high end condominium community. It's located in the heart of the Back Bay, you are just a stones throw from Newbury Street and The Copley/Prudential Mall's.
330 Beacon is one of Boston’s mid-century modern gems. Location, location, location ... the 330 Beacon Street Boston Condos are just moments away from the Charles River. By being so close to the River, the inhabitants of 330 Beacon have access to some of the best views to watch all of the different activities that draw Bostonians to the Charles; whether it is the Head of the Charles Regatta or watching sailboat races or the 4th of July fireworks.
In addition to being the new home of House of Chanel, 6 Newbury is a rare collection of six spectacular and luxurious homes, and is prominently located steps from the Public Garden. If you're looking for a lifestyle of elegance, excitement and sophistication in the heart of the City, this is your new home. Each unit sold as a shell.
Carlton House was formerly affiliated with the Residences of the Ritz Carlton Hotel (Old Ritz) and offers luxury living in a prime location. Conveniently located on the Park at the end of Commonwealth Avenue and Newbury Street many units posses some of the most captivating views in all of Boston. Walk out your front door and you will find yourself in the midst of Boston's finest boutique stores and restaurants.
The Residences at Zero Marlborough offer state of the art renovations of a magnificent landmark building overlooking Boston's historic Public Garden. Most units are "floor-through" and encompass entire floors with direct elevator access and 3,300+ square feet of living space. The upper floors offer unobstructed views on the park.
The Bryant on Columbus, while being one of many condominium developments in Boston, has made a name for itself. This development has more 3-bedroom units than any other facility in the city, and all of them have at least 2 bedrooms. The building is located at the intersection of Columbus and Dartmouth in the heart of Boston’s South End neighborhood close to shops, restaurants, and public transportation. The Bryant was actually named after 19th century Boston architect Gridley James Fox Bryant, who designed Old City Hall.
This beautiful and historic building is located one door down from the Massachusetts State House. It was originally constructed in 1899 as the Hotel Bellevue and has been rehabilitated into luxury condominiums.
Originally built in 1920 as a 36-unit apartment complex, 37 Beacon has more recently been redeveloped as a luxury condominium building. Location is everything with this building, being steps from Boston Common, the Financial District, Downtown Crossing, and the commercial neighborhood of Charles Street on Beacon Hill.
Located centrally between Beacon Hill and Midtown, this building boasts some of the best views in the city, especially from its 32nd floor roof deck. With all the luxury amenities, 45 Province epitomizes high-end Boston living.
101 Chestnut was originally built in 1918 and has since been redesigned as a luxury apartment building. This property boasts some of the city’s best river views from the common roof deck. One of Boston’s few full-fledged cooperative buildings.
This beautiful piece of history was constructed in 1827 and converted into 7 lavish residential condos in 2007. This building is centrally located, steps from all that Boston has to offer.
Built in 2004, this mixed-use development lends a modern aesthetic to the historic nature of the Beacon Hill Neighborhood. Very close to both the Blue and Red lines of the MBTA as well as a host of Beacon Hill’s best restaurants.
Lincolnshire Residences is a boutique concierge building centrally located on the flats of Beacon Hill. It is positioned one block from the Public Garden and Boston Common, as well as the Charles River Esplanade. Amazing 4th of July fireworks views!
This is a boutique elevator building located at the intersection of Garden Street and Cambridge Street in Boston’s beautiful and historic Beacon Hill neighborhood. Pieces of the church that originally sat at this location are on display in the lobby of One Garden. PET FRIENDLY
Originally, this East Cambridge Glass Factory was built in 1925. It was converted to loft style condos in 2004. Today the Glass Factory development is a luxury boutique full-service condo building with all the amenities for modern living.
Central East Cambridge location situated at the edge of the Charles River. Designed by architect Moshe Safdie.
River Court is a luxury condominium association located on the banks of the Charles River in East Cambridge, MA. From the outdoor courtyards with a reflecting pool and formal gardens to the roof deck overlooking the Charles, River Court offers the finest in contemporary living in a classically inspired architectural setting. Amenities include underground parking, health club, lap pool, 24-hour concierge, and the use of two guest suites on a rental basis.
River Court is a relaxed environment, offering the ambiance of Cambridge and the convenience of Boston.
GrandView Boston Apartments are located across the street from the Boston Common close to the theater District and the State Capitol. Many of the apartments boast spectacular views including the Boston Common, Downtown and the Charles River.
The Penmark was a 2007-2008 rehabilitation project on the old Boston College high school. The property is located in a beautifully revitalized part of Boston’s historic South End. Father Francis Gilday Street is a mere one block long but contains some of the South End’s most beautiful and historic architecture surrounding the South End burial ground. The quaint block is nestled among fine dining, galleries, boutiques, and cafes while retaining a quiet, residential atmosphere.
Part of the Urban Revitalization program launched in the 1950’s, Wilkes Passages offers a luxury atmosphere situated in the heart of the South End’s red-hot SOWA neighborhood. The building abuts Peters Park, which offers one of Boston’s best dog parks with off-leash runs, enclosed playgrounds for toddlers, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a beautifully maintained garden. The building is within walking distance to upscale eateries, salons, boutiques, art galleries, and fitness centers.
In 2004, the Atelier 505 luxury condominium building was the first of its kind in the South End. Atelier 505 is steps from restaurants, art galleries, cafes, and many other locally owned businesses. Public transportation is readily available by both bus and the Orange Line at Back Bay Station.
Located in the Boston Herald’s old headquarters, SEPIA is described as being all about the amenities. This 2015 development is part of the ongoing INK Block project and will contain a large amount of retail space on the ground level slated for luxury restaurants and shops.
This uniquely breathtaking development aimed to rehabilitate the The Holy Trinity German Catholic Church on Shawmut Avenue. While retaining its historic charm, the base sprouts a tower of glass and steel housing 33 contemporary residential condominiums. Centrally located, the Lucas is just minutes from all of the South End’s amenities.
The Gateway Terrace Lofts were inspired by the loft homes of London. The development consists of three distinct buildings: The Vose, The Emerson, and The Hallet. Located in the SOWA neighborhood of Boston’s South End, it is but a short walk from Wholefoods, INK Block, and hundreds of restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, and fitness centers.
These boutique lofts boast a perfect South End location with restaurants, Wholefoods, art galleries, boutiques, and other locally owned establishments within walking distance. Almost all of these beautiful units enjoy private outdoor space as well as a state of the art parking garage with a lift system
In 2007, the lofts at 700 Harrison were state of the art new construction in Boston’s historic South End neighborhood. The building offers a professionally landscaped courtyard off the lobby which can be enjoyed in Boston’s warmer months. 700 Harrison is steps from public transportation, restaurants, boutiques, and dozens of other locally owned businesses.
The building was constructed over 150 years ago and gut-renovated in 2007 to create beautiful loft units with exposed brick and beam details. The building offers easy access to the Mass Pike and Route 93 North and South.
The building was originally built between 1911 and 1917 as a two-story white marble bank and was revived in 2007 while adding a 3-story glass and steel structure housing 23 condominiums. This building is centrally located, within steps from a high school, high-end restaurants, a fitness center, and other luxury amenities.
Built in 2000, the Laconia Lofts rest in a central location, steps away from all of the South End’s exciting restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. This is one of the true loft buildings, with units originally out to suit the needs and tastes of the original owners. This gives the each unit a unique and tailored feel. The units are a blend of duplexes and Flats.
Originally constructed in 1914, the building worked as a warehouse for many years. In 2003, however, the space was transformed into 41 unique and elegant loft condominiums. Each unit was originally sold as a blank canvass, so each retains unique finishes chosen by the original owners. Though the 485 Lofts have been completely updated, many remnants of the original structure can be found throughout.
Located in the popular and vibrant SoWa area of Boston’s historic South End, The 27 Lofts boast true loft interiors with high ceilings, exposed brick and ductwork, and open concept layouts. Each unit was originally sold as a shell, so each retains the unique finishes chosen by the original owners.
This is a ground-up development located in the bustling South End neighborhood of Boston. The building offers a contemporary esthetic but attempts to mimic the surrounding historic brownstones. Magnificent city views can be seen from the upper levels and the building is extremely close to public transportation, restaurants, theaters, and other Boston to-dos.
This building was originally built as Boston’s District 4 Police Station and was converted into luxury condominiums between 2006 and 2007. This unique building offers one of the city’s only private winter gardens.