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6 Newbury
6 Newbury
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 6 | Year Built 2012

6 Newbury Street Residences a rare collection of spectacular and luxurious homes in Back Bay - Boston’s most iconic and sought after neighborhood. 6 Newbury Street Residence’s  modern exterior blends perfectly into the historic architecture that spans the Back Bay, Newbury Street in particular. Just steps from the Public Garden, on the coveted first block of Newbury Street, 6 Newbury Street Residences is a rare opportunity.

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285 Columbus
285 Columbus
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 63 | Year Built 2008

285 Columbus Lofts are nestled between Back Bay and the South End. This luxury loft community is a recent rehabilitation of the former American Red Cross building. It was originally constructed in 1924 of bricks and concrete in the Classic Revival style. 285 Columbus is a 63-unit building with loft-style condos that feature high ceilings and high quality interior finishes. Each home is outfitted with custom cabinets, hardwood floors, granite counter-tops, and state-of-the-art appliances. The lofts offer underground parking, 7-day concierge service and panoramic views over both Clarendon Street and Columbus Avenue. Public transportation as well as many diverse restaurants and shops are located just steps away.

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451 Marlborbough
451 Marlborbough
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 8 | Year Built 2016

451 Marlborough is a boutique luxury building in Back Bay. There are 8 residences that range in size from 2 bed/2.5 baths with 1,700 sq/ft to a 5 bed/3.5 bath duplex with over 5,700 sq/ft. Residences feature open floorplans, high ceilings and southern exposure allowing plenty of natural light. Kitchens have custom-milled cabinetry with marble counters and Sub Zero/Wolf appliances. Master bedrooms at 451 Marlborough feature en-suite marble baths with radiant heating, steam showers and soaking tubs. Many of the residences at 451 Marlborough have private outdoor space, including patios, balconies & penthouses with wraparound terraces with City views. Some of the larger residences at 451 Marlborough have mudrooms and full laundry rooms. 451 Marlborough’s is ideally located with easy access to public transportation on Newbury Street and Boylston Street. This location is only set in one of Boston's most vibrant neighborhoods - minutes from famed restaurants and shopping. 451 Marlborough is also in walking distance to the Prudential Center, Charles River and Fenway Park.

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Albert A. Pope Building
Albert A. Pope Building
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 25 | Year Built 1998

Albert A. Pope, a sophisticated boutique condominium building at 221 Columbus Ave, is a fine example of luxury living in Boston’s Back Bay. Vacancies are rare in the Albert A. Pope building; but stay on the lookout for this jewel of an address. Located at the convergence of Back Bay and the South End, it offers the best of both areas with great dining, shopping, entertainment and transportation. Building amenities include concierge services, garage parking, and a common roof deck with breathtaking city views. Whether spacious condos or soaring lofts with an open layout, all homes have a different atmosphere and feature delicate finishes, over-sized windows, and open kitchens with breakfast bars. Fireplaces, glass showers and Jacuzzis are also available. Residents have priority access to the world-class restaurant Mistral on the first floor.

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Bryant Back Bay
Bryant Back Bay
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 50 | Year Built 2009

Constructed in 2009, The Bryant is one the most sought-after locations in Boston. Located directly between the Back Bay & South End, The Bryant enjoys easy access to some of Boston’s best dining & shopping. This luxury boutique building has 50 condos, which range in size from 1 beds with 950 sq/ft to 4 beds with 2,800+ sq/ft on the penthouse level. All of the condos have direct elevator access, open floorplans and enjoy southern exposures. Many homes have contemporary chef’s kitchens, oak floors and 10′ ceilings. The Bryant offers some of the largest single-floor living in the neighborhood with most units averaging about 2,000 +/- sq/ft of living space. The Bryant has a concierge, building manager, gym and direct-access garage parking. The Bryant’s location on Columbus Ave. could not be more ideal. The Bryant enjoys the best of both the Back Bay & South End. The building is located just around the corner from Copley Square, Neiman Marcus and The Shops at the Prudential. Fine dining options in this location are limitless: Mistral, Post 390, Grill 23 and B&G Oysters are just a few of the local favorites.

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Charlesview Condominiums
Charlesview Condominiums
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 67 | Year Built 2001

Originally built in 1923 as The Fensgate Hotel, the Charlesview Condominiums were completely renovated as apartments in 1996, and then converted into condominium residences in 2001. The 10 story Charlesview Condominium building boasts 67 luxury condominium residences in Boston’s iconic Back Bay neighborhood. These units feature an ambiance of classic hardwood floors, chef-inspired modern kitchens, open floor plans and panoramic views. Most units provide either spectacular river views or breathtaking City views.

 

This is a professionally managed doorman building with two elevators and a common laundry. The Charlesview Condominiums is a pet friendly building.Beginning in 1857 and continuing until 1880, the Back Bay, the body of water separating Boston from Brookline, was filled, adding 450 acres of land to the city of Boston. Today it stands as one of the City’s premiere neighborhoods. Marked by historic and exclusive boulevards, such as Newbury Street and Commonwealth Avenue, the Back Bay is home to the northern portion of the City’s Emerald Necklace, the green space that threads its way through the inner core of the city. The neighborhood is also one of the busiest retail sections of Boston, with a thriving commercial center along Boylston and Newbury Streets, and including the nearby Prudential Center and Copley Place.

 

Strategically located at the corner of Beacon Street and Charlesgate East, The Charlesview Condominiums is easily accessible to public transportation, Storrow Drive, Newbury Street shopping, and Kenmore Square. A few blocks from this building is The Charles River Esplanade. The Esplanade is located on the banks of the Charles River. In this park are walkways, statuary, the Hatch Memorial Shell performance stage, playgrounds, ball fields, and Community Boating. The Charlesview Condominiums are also close to Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox. Fenway is one of the most historic baseball parks in the country. From dining, shopping, relaxing and entertaining – the Charlesview Condominiums has the appeal of Boston’s excitement and all that it offers while maintaining the charm of home.

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Four Seasons Place
Four Seasons Place
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 93 | Year Built 1985

Four Seasons Boylston Street houses ninety-seven upscale condominium residences. In addition to delightful views of the Boston Public Garden, the residents benefit from white-glove doorman service and opulent and artful lobby and common areas.

 

Residents can enjoy all of the amenities that the hotel has to offer. These include room service, pool access, gym access, concierge and security. Residents also have their own private entrance and valet parking.

 

The homes at the Four Seasons themselves have stunning architectural features, fireplaces, huge windows and high-end fixtures.

 

Boston is one of only a handful of cities in the world that has two Four Seasons properties. Don’t miss out on your chance to live in this luxury city escape.

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Heritage on the Garden
Heritage on the Garden
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 92 | Year Built 1987

Overlooking the Public Garden, Heritage on the Garden is among the most luxurious and exclusive addresses in Boston. Ideally situated within easy reach 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. White-glove service is a reality at Heritage on the Garden with 24-hour concierge service, valet parking, and daily coffee and tea service. Building amenities include a library, spa, and world-class boutiques such as Hermes and Sonia Rykiel. The units are expansive and feature high-quality finishes. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living areas let in an abundance of natural daylight; and marble-clad bathrooms, crown moldings, custom built-ins, huge closets throughout and in-unit washer and dryer contribute to the comfort of these opulent condos.

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Le Jardin Boston
Le Jardin Boston
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 9

Le Jardin owes its name to the Boston Common and Public Garden which it overlooks. The beautiful Back Bay location is surrounded by shopping, dining and entertainment options. In addition to views of the Swan Pond, residents of Le Jardin enjoy sweeping vistas of the beautiful Boston skyline from the exclusive nine units. Among the finest and most luxurious buildings in Boston, Le Jardin is a boutique Back Bay condo conversion offering the finest interiors and finishes of the highest quality. Some of the luxury amenities include: custom kitchens, gas cooking, marble bathrooms, and a washer and dryer. Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge and underground parking garage.

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Mandarin Oriental
Mandarin Oriental
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 50 | Year Built 2009

The Mandarin Oriental strives to bring luxury to new heights. Fifty opulent residential units sit atop the western stretch of Boylston Street in Back Bay. This building is located in close proximity to the Prudential Center and shops, Copley Square, and is just one block away from Newbury Street. The residents of the Mandarin Oriental benefit from the best of upscale dining, shopping, and entertainment available in Boston. Indoor access to both the Prudential Center and the Back Bay Train Station with Amtrak Acela train service to New York is available directly from the hotel. Those looking to rent at the Mandarin Oriental Boston have access to all of the premier-level amenities that hotel guests enjoy.

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One Dalton
One Dalton
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 180 | Year Built 2018

The Four Seasons Residences at One Dalton Street, Boston is located in the Boston’s premier Back Bay neighborhood and directly across the street from the  Prudential and Copley Malls. Rising nearly 700 feet, the property will house a Four Seasons Hotel on the lower floors, and luxury condos on the upper levels that will rival The Mandarin Oriental Condos. Upper level units will feature outdoor spaces, commanding views, floor to ceiling windows and state of the art bailouts.  The Hotel will serve the building residents with 5 star services, a spa, gym, and swimming pool.

 

Boston will be one of 5 premier cities to house two Four Seasons Hotels. 

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One Charles
One Charles
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 231 | Year Built 2004

Built in 2005 by Millennium Partners, One Charles is a full-service building with 239 residential apartments located steps from the Public Garden, Four Seasons & Park Plaza. The building features concierge, doorman, valet parking, fitness room, library and Ostra Restaurant .  The building also has private meeting rooms and catering kitchen which both can be reserved for private use.  The fireplaced library is ideal for a quite work space.  Condos range from 700 sq/ft 1 beds to 2,700 sq/ft penthouses with decks overlooking The Public Garden.  Condos feature floor-to-ceiling windows, chef’s kitchens, marble baths and plenty of closet space.  One Charles has a wide range of floorplans, exposures and views.  The most sought-after views in the building look north towards the Public Garden.

 

Centrally located between the Back Bay & Midtown, One Charles is a short walk to shopping on Newbury Street and fine dining in the Back Bay.  One Charles is located just around the corner from the Four Seasons and fine dining at The Bristol Lounge.  W Hotel & newly renovated Park Plaza also surround this luxury Back Bay building.  One Charles also enjoys easy access to the South End.  Some of the city’s finest restaurants, shops and galleries can be found just a short walk from One Charles.

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The Carlton House
The Carlton House
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 50 | Year Built 1982

The Carlton House, formerly the Ritz Carlton, is one of the most highly sought after properties in the city. In addition to the superb vista over the Public Garden, the interiors are beautifully appointed with luxury amenities. Residents of The Carlton House have access to world-class hotel services such as daily housekeeping, 24-hour food service, catering, valet parking, and concierge. The residences offer beautiful views and access to all of Boston from your doorstep. Luxury shopping is easily accessible from the building on nearby Newbury Street, and there is a huge range of fine dining options throughout the Back Bay area.

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The Clarendon
The Clarendon
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 103 | Year Built 2009

A new landmark in the Boston skyline, the Clarendon was designed by Robert A.M. Sterns Architects and beautifully blends traditional and contemporary architecture. Offering a range of 1-4 bedroom homes, this full-service building offers extensive amenities in a prime Back Bay location. The Clarendon at 400 Stuart Street is just a few blocks from Boston’s South End with a wealth of dining and shopping options. Residents of The Clarendon have access to the acclaimed Post 390 restaurant or in-home catering in the exclusive Clarendon Clubroom. Other luxurious amenities include valet parking, 24-hour concierge services, as well as personal assistant services.

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Raffles Boston
Raffles Boston
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 146 | Year Built 2021

Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences will be a 33 story tower with 146 condos located at the corner of Trinity Place & Stuart Street in the Back Bay.  The building’s lower floors will be a 154 room Raffles Hotel with restaurant, and the residences will occupy the top floors.  Residents of Raffles Boston Back Bay will enjoy use of a private lounge, gym & pool. Condos are expected to range from 1 bedrooms to 3 bedrooms penthouses with private terraces featuring views of the Back Bay & South End. Construction will begin in 2018 and completion is expected in 2021. 

Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences will be Raffles first hotel in the United States.  The Raffles brand has hotels in Asia, Europe, Middle East & Africa and is known for luxury and quality service. Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences will be located steps from world-class dining & shopping in the Back Bay & South End. Newbury Street, Boston Common, the Boston Public Library & Copley Place are nearby.

Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences is easily accessible via major transportation, including: Commuter Rail, the T & Mass Pike.  The residences central location also allows easy access to Logan Airport, North & South Station and Route 93.

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The Belvedere
The Belvedere
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 61 | Year Built 2000

The Belvedere is one of Back Bay’s most luxurious full-service buildings. Located next to the Prudential Center & Copley Mall, The Belvedere enjoys easy access to the best of the Back Bay & South End. There are 61 units in the building, many of which have long views of the reflecting pool and Christian Science Center. Condos at the Belvedere feature oversized windows with sweeping City views, chef’s kitchens with gas cooking and well-appointed bathrooms. Condos range in size from 950 sq/ft 1 beds to 3+ bed penthouses with 2,600+ sq/ft.

The Belvedere is one of the most sought-after luxury buildings in the Back Bay. The building features 24 hour concierge, doorman and garage parking which can either be valet or self-park. The building also has large rooftop terrace, library and dining room with catering kitchen that can be reserved for private functions.

The Belvedere’s central Boston location put the building in the middle of it all. Connected to the Prudential Center & Copley Mall means the office or some of the City’s best shops are only an elevator ride away. The Belvedere is steps to fine dining on Boylston Street and some of the best boutique shopping on Newbury Street. The building is also convenient to the MBTA and Mass Pike.

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The Carlton House
The Carlton House
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 50 | Year Built 1982

Formerly known as the “Old Ritz,” The Carlton House is one of the most highly sought after full-service buildings in the city. Located at the intersection of The Public Garden, Commonwealth Avenue and Newbury Street, Carlton House has some of the finest park views in the city. Originally built as the Ritz Carlton, the building was partially converted to 52 condominiums in 1982. Condos at The Carlton House range from 1 beds with 1,100 sq/ft to 3+ bed penthouses with 3,000+ sq/ft. Besides enjoying one of the best locations in Boston, many of the residences at The Carlton House have stunning views of the Public Garden or Commonwealth Avenue Mall.

The Carlton House has a long tradition offering residents and guests the highest level of service. Since 1927, when the Ritz Carlton opened, the building has been one of the longest continually operated in the city. The Ritz became The Taj Hotel in 2007 but the tradition of service remains. Residents enjoy 24 hour concierge, valet parking and hotel services. The Taj has 273 guest rooms and 44 suites. The Taj offers Sunday brunch on the rooftop terrace with incomparable views of Boston.

The Carlton House is steps to the best Boston has to offer. Public Garden, Newbury Street, Commonwealth Ave Mall and some of the best restaurants in Boston.

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The Meads of Commonwealth
The Meads of Commonwealth
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 13 | Year Built 2007

The Meads is located in the west end of Back Bay and is a luxury condominium conversion of a Classical Revival building on Commonwealth Avenue. The Meads is close to both Fenway Park and the Charles River. This historic property was recently renovated and converted into thirteen beautifully appointed single-family luxury residences. All residences were constructed with the finest finishes available and have open floor plans and outstanding craftsmanship. The homes have spa-like marble bathrooms with steam showers and soaking tubs. Additionally, they have masterly crafted kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances, custom cabinetry and Waterworks fixtures. Other features include gleaming hardwood floors, original details adding character, fireplaces, custom walk-in closets and professional sound-systems. Each home comes with one deeded indoor parking. The 3,000 square foot penthouse has two deeded parking and a 2,000 square foot wraparound terrace and solarium.

The Meads of Commonwealth is located near the start of the charming Commonwealth Avenue Mall, a pedestrian-friendly, tree-lined walk that leads up to the Public Garden. If you travel just a few blocks over from The Meads Boston, you arrive on upscale Newbury Street where you can shop and dine in style. Nearby, retail and restaurants continue to abound on Boylston Street and at the Prudential and Copley Place Malls. In the other direction, residents of The Meads Boston can enjoy the Charles River Esplanade as a green, riverside escape.

The Meads of Commonwealth is located at 413-415 Commonwealth Avenue, Back Bay, Boston 02215. The Meads is an elevator property with garage parking and the residences feature subzero appliances, granite countertops, wine bars, gas fireplaces, steam showers, spa-like bathrooms and marble floors. The Meads is said to have the “Seal of Excellence”.

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Residences at the Harvard Club
Residences at the Harvard Club
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 5 | Year Built 2015

Residences at the Harvard Club is a boutique building in Back Bay with 5 luxurious residences located at 380 Commonwealth Avenue.  Converted to condominiums and completely renovated in 2015, Residences at the Harvard Club’s homes range from a 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath duplexes with 2,400 square feet to a 4,000 square feet penthouse.  Most units have outdoor space, either a terrace or deck, direct elevator access to their condos, state-of-the-art kitchens and spa-like bathrooms.  The Residences at the Harvard Club features deeded two-car parking on-site, valet parking (7am – 11pm), a daytime concierge, secure dedicated storage and a Harvard Club membership with private entrance to the Harvard Club.

Originally designed by Peabody & Stearns and constructed in 1883, the building became the Harvard Club in 1908 when alumni needed a meeting space in Boston.  The Harvard Club has 3 restaurants, 8 squash courts and 11 function rooms.  Residents will enjoy membership to both the Harvard Club next door on Commonwealth Avenue and The Downtown Club, located in the Financial District.

Residences at the Harvard Club’s location in Back Bay offers easy access to The Fenway, Cambridge, Beacon Hill and The South End.  This building is also steps to Fenway Park, home of the World Champion Red Sox, shops at The Prudential Mall and Trader Joe’s.  Just outside the building’s front door, the Commonwealth Avenue Mall is a grand allée of shade trees forming the central axis of the Back Bay, connecting the Public Garden to the Back Bay Fens.  The Commonwealth Avenue Mall’s 32 acres were designed in the French boulevard style by Arthur Gilman in 1856.  From its inception, the Mall has been a vital amenity for both residents and visitors.  Winston Churchill praised it as “the grandest boulevard in North America.”  Around the corner residence have access to the finest designer clothing and retail stores on Newbury Street.  An abundance of Boston’s most revered restaurants and cafes can also be found within a short walk along Newbury and Boylston Streets.

The MBTA Green Line station at Hynes Convention Center, and Storrow Drive are easily accessible to Residences at the Harvard Club.  A few blocks from this building is The Charles River Esplanade.  It is situated in the Back Bay area of the city, on the banks of the Charles River.  In the park are walkways, statuary, the Hatch Memorial Shell performance stage, playgrounds, ball fields, and Community Boating.

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The W Boston Condos
The W Boston Condos
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 123 | Year Built 2009

The Residences at The W Boston is one of Boston’s tallest luxury buildings. Completed in 2009, The W Boston is a 28-story glass and steel building with 123 residences is in the heart of Boston’s Theatre District between Back Bay and Midtown. The W Hotel occupies the lower floors of the tower, while the condos are located on floors 16-28.  Condos range in size from 500 square feet 1 bedroom homes to 3+ bed penthouses units with over 2,600 square feet.  The W Boston offers valet parking, concierge, Bliss® Spa, a fitness facility and full access to The W Hotel services. The W Boston is a pet friendly building. Residents enjoy views of Midtown, Back Bay, Boston Common, South End and as far as Boston Harbor.

Bliss® Spa is 5,000 square feet of tension—fighting facility featuring a retail beauty boutique, a luxe nail lounge with 2 manicure and 2 pedicure stations, 6 treatment rooms including a wet room for splashy body treatments, and a men and women lounges. Trademark Bliss touches—like a cleverly compiled menu of super effective services, rhythm and blues tunes, and our legendary brownie buffet—set a fun, upbeat tone to top off the space.

The Residences at The W Boston provides luxury services to all of its residences, even pets. The W Boston will pamper pets with a custom bed, food and water bowls with floor mat, toy, litter box with scoop for cats, turndown treat and clean-up bags. Their Whatever/Whenever® service will even take your dog out for a walk.

The Boston Theatre District is the center of Boston’s theater scene. Many of the theaters are on Tremont Street and Boylston Street. There are more than a dozen major performance venues. The shows range from Broadway shows to repertory-company productions.

The W Boston, together with the Ritz Carlton, Millennium Place, 45 Province and Millennium Tower are remaking the Boston skyline in Midtown. These large scale residential developments are making Midtown an exciting, vibrant 24 hour neighborhood.  No. 9 Park, Teatro, Cafe Nero, Artisan Bistro and Legal Seafood are great nearby dining options.  The W Boston is easy walking distance to Boston Common, Beacon Hill and Back Bay.

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Trinity Place
Trinity Place
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 95 | Year Built 2000

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.

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Zero Marlborough
Zero Marlborough
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 13 | Year Built 2008

Located at the corner of Arlington and Marlborough Streets, Zero Marlborough is one of the most sought-after addresses in Boston. Zero Marlborough offers the feeling of a boutique building combined with unmatched services and luxury. This pre-war style building is ideal for the discerning buyer who wants to enjoy the best of what Boston has to offer. Rarely available, each residence has 3,000+ square feet, direct elevator access and occupies the entire floor of the building. The penthouse is one of the finest residences in Boston with over 4,700 sq/ft, private terrace and stunning views of the Back Bay & Charles River. Full concierge and doorman service, elegant lobby, fitness room and valet parking are some of the features that make Zero Marlborough one of Boston’s finest buildings.

The Green Line MBTA subway at Arlington, and Storrow Drive are easily accessible to Zero Marlborough. A few blocks from this building is The Charles River Esplanade. It is situated in the Back Bay area of the city, on the banks of the Charles River. In the park are walkways, statuary, the Hatch Memorial Shell performance stage, playgrounds, ball fields, and Community Boating.

Within steps you can be on Boston’s crown-jewel of public outdoor space, the Boston Public Garden. Around the corner you will have access to the finest designer clothing and retail stores on Newbury Street. An abundance of Boston’s most revered restaurants and cafes can also be found within a short walk along Newbury and Boylston Streets.

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Bradley Mansion
Bradley Mansion
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 11 | Year Built 2012

The Bradley Mansion is located on the sunny side of Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s Back Bay, the most iconic neighborhood in the city.  This boutique luxury residence was converted from three grand 19-century townhouses designed by Peabody and Stearns in 1898.  The townhouses were completely renovated in 2012 and today comprises 11 custom-built luxury homes.  The Bradley Mansion features all the modern amenities of a new luxury building but still retains much of the original period detail.  The unique mix of vintage charm and contemporary convenience of this Commonwealth Avenue property brings unique and superb living in the city.  The ceilings in some units boast up to 16 feet, homes feature open floor plans, state-of-the-art kitchens, spa-like baths, the finest mill work and finishes and Smart Home Technology.  There is plenty of outdoor living space, a magnificent marble lobby of the Renaissance era, deeded heated garage parking, elevators access, a concierge in building, as well as spectacular views of the city and the river.  The Bradley Mansion is a pet friendly building.

The Bradley Mansion’s location in Back Bay offers easy access to The Fenway, Cambridge, Beacon Hill and The South End.  This building is also steps to Boston’s historical Fenway Park, home of the World Champion Red Sox, shops at The Prudential Mall and Trader Joe’s.  Just outside the building’s front door, the Commonwealth Avenue Mall is a grand allée of shade trees forming the central axis of the Back Bay, connecting the Public Garden to the Back Bay Fens.  The Commonwealth Avenue Mall’s 32 acres were designed in the French boulevard style by Arthur Gilman in 1856.  From its inception, the Mall has been a vital amenity for both residents and visitors.  Winston Churchill praised it as “the grandest boulevard in North America.”  Around the corner residence have access to the finest designer clothing and retail stores on Newbury Street.  An abundance of Boston’s most revered restaurants and cafes can also be found within a short walk along Newbury and Boylston Streets.

The MBTA Green Line station at Hynes Convention Center, and Storrow Drive are easily accessible to the residences of The Bradley Mansion.  A few blocks from this building is The Charles River Esplanade.  It is situated in the Back Bay area of the city, on the banks of the Charles River.  In the park are walkways, statuary, the Hatch Memorial Shell performance stage, playgrounds, ball fields, and Community Boating.

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360 Newbury St
360 Newbury St
Neighborhood Back Bay | Number of Units 54 | Year Built 1920

360 Newbury St is an iconic building built in 1918 and renovated in 2005 that 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. The building houses luxury condominiums, a T stop, and a three floor commercial space. 360 Newbury St is pet friendly and professionally managed. The residences at 360 Newbury St continue to enchant Boston’s skyline and urban-dwelling professionals alike.

360 Newbury St offer a multitude of floor plans and layouts from one-, two- and three- bedrooms to duplexes and penthouses. In addition to being outfitted with luxurious amenities — Sub-Zero refrigerators, ArcLinea cabinetry and Carrara marble come standard in each unit— the homes feature panoramic views of Boston’s treasured outposts, such as Fenway Park, the Charles River and the Public Garden. Residents can also take advantage of the building’s on-call concierge and extra storage.

Cultural aficionados take note: 360 Newbury St is within the tempting reach of the city’s best restaurants, museums and nightclubs, not to mention within a stone’s throw from Logan Airport for easy access to international travel.  Moments to all parts of the city, major transportation points and T-station hubs.

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