This 61 story building will bring 180 high-class private condominiums to the Boston real estate market. The Four Seasons Boston will join the ranks of other select cities such as London, Shanghai, Istanbul, Los Angeles, and Chicago in having two Four Season. New York is currently building its second.
With commanding views of the Back Bay the project will also add public park space at the base of the building. The design of the tower itself is an equilateral triangle with rounded corners designed to complement the existing surroundings and provide a bookend to the existing skyscrapers that run from the downtown waterfront to the Prudential Center Complex. The building will feature two restaurants, two lounges, and a health club and spa for residents and other citizens of the Back Bay to enjoy.
The 60 story tower is under construction now at 1 Franklin Street in Downtown Crossing. The luxury condos in this full service building range in price from $1 million to $37.5 million for the nearly 13,000 square foot penthouse. When completed this new tower will be Boston’s third tallest building behind the Prudential Tower and Hancock Place. It will be Boston’s tallest residential building.
Back Bay Luxury Condo Buildings
The Clarendon in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood is one of the most spectacular luxury residential buildings in all of Boston. Soaring above it’s surroundings, being an owner here gives residents unparalleled views over all of the Back Bay, South End, Downtown, and even over to the Boston Common, Charles River, and Cambridge. Each unit has contemporary finishes and massive windows bringing in plenty of light and panoramic Boston views. Read more about The Clarendon.
By far one of the most exclusive places to live on the entire Eastern Seaboard, The Mandarin Oriental at 776 Boylston Street in Boston’s Back Bay has no rivals for luxurious living. Coming with a hefty price per square foot average and rightfully so, The Mandarin is conveniently located just feet from the Prudential Center and Copley Mall, bustling Newbury Street, and more. Read more about The Mandarin Oriential.
The Heritage on the Garden
Heritage on the Garden is one of the more pleasant luxury condominium buildings, conveniently located right in the cherished Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. Boasting skyline views of the city and being literally across the street from the glorious Boston Public Garden and Boston Common, those who love peaceful views as such will fall in love with this luxury building.. Read more about The Heritage on the Garden.
When thinking about a global luxurious brand one immediately thinks about the Four Seasons. This building at 220 Boylston Street has 85 luxury units in one of the best locations of Boston. Built in 1988 and having undergone extensive renovations to keep up with the quality of the famous Four Seasons name, this building has been a firm landmark along the entry to the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common. Read more about Four Seasons.
The Marlborough at 416 Marlborough Street in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood is an incredibly popular luxury residential boutique concierge building. The Back Bay as a whole is one of the most highly sought after places to live. From your front door at The Marlborough, it is a breeze to get to the Charles River, Fenway Park, Boston Public Gardens, Boston Common, Prudential Center, Copley Mall, and to the energy and excitement that comes with eating and shopping along the parallel streets of the bustling Newbury and Boylston Streets. Read more about The Marlborough.
This building is one of the most luxurious condominium buildings in all of Boston, and has one of the most classic and beautifully historic looks to it than many other surrounding buildings. Located in Boston’s famous Back Bay neighborhood, Le Jardin on the very much in demand Boylston Street is right in the middle of the action in Boston. From Newbury Street being a block away, to the finest locations for dining, shopping, entertainment, and more, this building is ideal for those seeking a full service building with the privacy of a single-family home. Read more about Le Jardin.
This historic building was built back in 1904 and has since been heavily renovated to bring it to the luxurious state that it is in today. Located at 390 Commonwealth Avenue, this incredibly blessed address in Boston’s popular Back Bay neighborhood is just steps away from public transportation, the Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, Charles River Esplanade, and the buzzing energy coming from Newbury and Boylston Streets. Read more about Windsor Place.
45 Province is a soaring luxury residential tower that provides owners with some of the most gorgeous views all over Boston. From the Charles River, to the Financial District, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, South End, and more, all can be seen from this very special place to live.
Only built back in 2009, the 150 units at this luxury tower offer private outdoor spaces, Waterworks bathroom fixtures, Italian cabinetry, Bosch/Miele appliances, stone and quartz countertops, bamboo hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, and the list only continues. The building itself in Boston’s Midtown neighborhood provides owners with a superb concierge, a 32nd floor roof garden, a full service restaurant, fully equipped fitness center, four season pool, a library, private lounge, relaxing spa, private dining room, screening room, and more. Read more about 45 Province.
Church Court is located in one of the top neighborhoods one could ever dream of living in throughout the entire eastern seaboard; the Back Bay of Boston. Formerly known as Mount Vernon Church, this luxury condominium building was built way back in 1891, and since has gone through quite the transition to bring it to the spectacular level that it is in today. Read more about Church Court.
One of the newest luxury residential buildings in all of Boston having just been completed in 2013/2014, Millennium Place is a stunning sight displaying ingenious architecture. Designed by Handel Architects, these luxury condominiums built by Millennium Partners were also the individuals behind the construction of the impressive One Charles Boston and The Ritz Carlton Boston Common projects. Read more about Millennium Place.
Right in the center of the Back Bay is Trinity Place, a soaring residential tower located at 1 Huntington Avenue. This is a building that features one of the best in full service treatment from the attentive doormen, security, and concierge personnel that can be found in any luxury residential building in the Hub. Read more about Trinity Place.
The Somerset, located at 416 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s illustrious Back Bay neighborhood, is a classic luxury residential building that has 116 beautiful condominiums. To begin, the Back Bay is perhaps the most exclusive neighborhood in all of Boston to call home. It is here where one can efficiently get to the finest dining and shopping destinations that surround the Back Bay on places such as Newbury and Boylston Streets. In addition, the Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, Prudential Center, Copley Mall, and even Fenway Park are all within a very short distance of The Somerset. Read more about The Somerset.
The Back Bay is famous for it’s lifestyle in Boston. As one of the most sought after places to live, not only is the Back Bay full of the very best in designer shopping and fine dining specializing in cuisine from all around the world, it also comes with a big price to live in this exclusive neighborhood. Well, it indeed is for good reason. Read more about The Belvedere.
The Taj Boston has one of the best addresses in all of the city. Located at 15 Arlington Street in Boston’s famous Back Bay neighborhood, this property is also on the corner of the bustling Newbury Street known for it’s top dining and shopping options. There are also plenty of art galleries, other boutiques, the Prudential Center and Copley Mall, Copley Square, Hynes Convention Center, the Theatre District, Beacon Hill, South End, and more within a very short distance of the property. The building has been extensively renovated to uphold it’s continuous luxurious appearance and atmosphere ever since it was built back in 1927. Read more about Taj Boston.
Downtown Boston Luxury Condo Buildings
The Ritz Carlton
The Ritz Carlton name is known worldwide for having the utmost in customer and client service, luxurious amenities, and consistent standard for first-class living. At The Ritz Carlton Residences in Boston’s Midtown neighborhood, all that one could ever wish for in a Bostonian living experience is right outside your door. From the Boston Common park across the street, to all of the top shopping and dining destinations being within a very short distance of the residences, there are not many luxury residential buildings in Boston that could be more conveniently placed than the Ritz Carlton. Read more about the Residents at the Ritz Carlton.
South End Luxury Condo Buildings
Atelier 505 located at 505 Tremont Street is undoubtedly one of the most sought after luxury buildings in not just the South End, but all of Boston. Mere feet away from all of the adorable boutique stores, first-class restaurants, art galleries and more, this luxury building affords all owners the utmost in an enjoyable Bostonian lifestyle. Read more about Atelier 505.
285 Columbus Lofts
Located on the border of two of the most exclusive neighborhoods of Boston being the Back Bay and South End, 285 Columbus Lofts is ideally situated for those who want the hustle and bustle of the Back Bay, yet crave the quaint neighborhood feel of the South End. The developers of this visually pleasing building also built the breathtaking 360 Newbury building in the Back Bay, and have created some truly gorgeous loft spaces that are frequently in high demand here at 285 Columbus Avenue. Read more about 285 Columbus Lofts.
Waterfront Luxury Condo Buildings
The extraordinary lifestyle that can be achieved from living at the Fan Pier on Boston’s new Waterfront is downright spectacular. In not many other places will you be able to have even comparable views of the entire Boston Harbor, Boston Waterfront, and the city skyline. This part of the city has undergone quite the transformation over recent years and will only continue to develop. Read more about Fan Pier.
This architecturally stunning luxury residential building comes to us on the picturesque Navy Yard in Charlestown. Flagship Wharf, specifically located at 197 Eighth Street, allows lucky owners unparalleled views of the famed Boston Harbor. Close to the East Boston and the North End, residents at Flagship Wharf benefit from a top 24-hour concierge service, a health facility, a fully stocked fitness center, much desired garage parking with the luxury of valet parking, and even a water shuttle taking individuals conveniently into the heart of Downtown Boston every 15 minutes during commuting hours, and every 30 minutes otherwise. Hence, it goes without saying that living at Flagship Wharf makes it ideal for those who need to commute into Boston yet wish to live in the historic, beautiful neighborhood of Charlestown right on the water. Read more about Flagship Wharf.
Welcome home to the Battery Wharf, and what a lovely and special place it is along the Boston Waterfront. When it comes to contemporary, luxury residential buildings in Boston, Battery Wharf began the trend when it was constructed back in 2008. The 108 luxury residences here are exposed to soaring views across the entire Boston city skyline in addition to the stunning ocean as it exists right on the waters edge at 377 Commercial Street. Read more about Battery Wharf.
Many may not believe that Lewis Wharf formerly was a shipping warehouse before it was converted into what it is today; a stunning luxury condominium building. Originally built back in the 1830s, this now fully updated property on the Boston Waterfront features spectacular views from your private balconies, a pool, available parking, outdoor spaces, and a praiseworthy concierge service. Read more about Lewis Wharf.
Welcome to Burroughs Wharf in Boston’s bustling Waterfront neighborhood. It is here where residents enjoy personal attention from a dedicated doorman and concierge service, not to mention having the luxury of peering out to the ocean on a daily basis. The floor to ceiling windows in these luxury units allow for a great deal of light and exposure to the beautiful outdoor views. Read more about Burroughs Wharf.
The Intercontinental is a truly iconic building located on Boston’s Waterfront. A glass facility that soars and shimmers above the ocean below, this luxury building was designed by the world famous architect, Howard Elkus. The residences and common areas of the building are also highly influenced by the designer Celeste Cooper. It thus goes without saying just how special of a place The Intercontinental is to live. Read more about The Intercontinential.