Millennium Place Boston, located next to the Ritz Carlton Hotel and Residences on Avery Street, features four distinct residence levels: Garden, Theater, Avenue and Grand. Millennium Place Boston, a 15 story building, is home to 256 residences. All residences have floor-to-ceiling windows. Grand Residences feature gas fireplaces. Millennium Place Boston condos range in size from 775 – 2,360 square feet. There are 14 penthouses homes, some include spacious private terraces. Millennium Place Boston has many amenities including valet parking, a doorman, 24-hour private concierge, fitness center designed by The Sports Club LA, an owner’s lounge, screening room, wine tasting room, courtyard garden and children’s room.
Millenium Place is located in the heart of Downtown Crossing and provides excellent access to many Downtown Boston neighborhoods. Within walking distance residents can easily access Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Waterfront, the Financial District, Theatre District and the North End. Also, within close proximity are some of the city’s best dining and shopping options. Over the past years Downtown Crossing has gone through a renaissance with many new luxury buildings being constructed. With the development of these new full-service properties there have been many new restaurants, retail and commercial space to liven up this vibrant Boston neighborhood. Downtown Crossing is the retail shopping district in Boston located at the intersection of Washington, Winter, and Summer Streets. This bustling intersection was at one time so popular that William Filene labeled it “The Hub of the Universe”. Even today, at lunch time especially, this area is crowded with people. Washington Street, from Temple Place to Franklin Street, is a pedestrian mall, with only emergency and delivery vehicles allowed access. At noon-time, thousands of people cross Washington Street each day, on their way to restaurants, stores, specialized services like financial planning or legal advice, or to government offices like the State House or City Hall.