Trinity Place is located in the heart of Back Bay and is known as one of Boston’s most luxurious, full service buildings. Constructed in 1999, Trinity Place is a 95 residential unit building. Some of the services Trinity Place provides is a 24-Hour Concierge, 24-Hour Valet Parking and Porte-Cochère, on site property management and a resident fitness room. Unit owners also have guest parking. If you do not feel like leaving your condo for dinner, your priority seating at the in-house Italian restaurant, Sorrellina is a great perk. Condos at Trinity Place range from 1 beds with 600 sq/ft to 3 beds with 3,100+ sq/ft.
Trinity Place is within walking distance of Copley Square, the Boston Public Library, Newbury Street, The Prudential Mall, Trader Joe’s and Shaw’s Supermarket. Copley Square, named for painter John Singleton Copley, is a public square in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, bounded by Boylston, Clarendon, Dartmouth Street and St. James Avenue. Since 1994, the streets have been configured in a square shape with equilateral sides. The Boston Marathon has finished at Copley Square since 1986. The Boston Public Library is located on another corner of Copley Square. It contains approximately 23 million items making it the second-largest public library in the United States behind only the Library of Congress.
Trinity Place is perfectly situation for easy access to major transportation points and numerous MBTA stations.