Category Archives: Midtown

Soak Up the Sun: 4 Luxury Condos with Outdoor Patios & Courtyards

It’s officially Spring, and with the sunny weather this past week we hibernating Bostonians are finally starting to feel it. In honor of April (and the first signs of spring), we’ve got 4 luxury condominiums for you that all have one thing in common: outdoor patios. Go ahead…soak up the sun!
Millennium Place: Located in Downtown Boston, this 15-story super-luxury condominium provides residents with high-end amenities (like a top-notch fitness center and private wine tastings) and a gorgeous community Courtyard Garden. Did we mention the rooftop terraces that come along with …

Tremont on the Common: Make the Boston Common Your Future Home

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We all know and love the Boston Common for its irresistible food trucks, year-round entertainment, and people-watching. In fact, most Boston commuters walk through it, work near it, or drive by it every day, asking themselves the big question: “Why don’t I just move here, already?” Well, Tremont on the Common Luxury Condominiums makes that possible.
Impeccable Location
Located at 151 Tremont Street, smack dab in the middle of the Boston Common, you really couldn’t ask for a better location. Just minutes away from Back Bay, Downtown, and Chinatown, …

The Grandview Luxury Condos & Apartments

With a name like The Grandview, you know you’re getting something spectacular. Located at 165 Tremont Street in the center of all Boston has to offer, it’s directly above the historic Public Garden and Boston Common, and just minutes away from Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Downtown and Chinatown.
Here’s some of the perks of living at The Grandview:
The Views: Well, this one may be obvious, but the views really are that incredible. With the Boston Common and Public Garden right in your back yard, you really can’t go wrong. Beyond …

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First Night Boston – The Original New Year’s Eve Celebration

If you’re looking for a family-friendly way to spend New Year’s Eve, the only game in town is Boston’s First Night celebration. As the nation’s oldest and possibly most well-known New Year’s arts and culture festival, this all-day event caters to young and old and everyone in between. Music, dancing, skating, slam poetry, and the world-famous ice sculptures are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Each year since 1976 the event has grown and now showcases hundreds of artists, exhibitions, and interactive programs for “button holders”. That’s right. A …

Making Boston Home Sweet Home for Chad Ochocinco

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While we didn’t get to see any action from the famed Chad Ochocinco during the Patriots pre-season home opener, the media certainly hasn’t been shy approaching the outspoken wide receiver since arriving in Boston. The media has let us know that the Twitter happy player that has dubbed a place on the Patriots as Heaven is looking for a place to live.
Until Ochocinco finds a place to call home in Boston, he claims he will live with a Patriots season ticket holder so long as they have a room for …

45 Province – A Modern Classic of Super Luxury in Boston

45 Province is one of the most exciting developments Boston has seen since the Ritz Carleton. The 32 stories in this brand new hi-rise set a new standard for luxury living in Boston. Located at the foot of Beacon Hill and Midtown, 45 Province is in the heart of the city- just walking distance from Government Center, the State House, the North End and the Waterfront.
The tower at 45 Province is one of the more richly endowed developments in Boston, offering just about every amenity you could possibly want. Amenities …

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