Cathedral condo at 360 Newbury

360 Newbury, Back Bay

Boasting Boston skyline views far and wide from lancet-arched windows high and wide, Unit 705 at 360 Newbury Street is just as much high-church as it is high-end.

Master avant-garde architect Frank Gehry fashioned this 54-unit loft condominium from a 1918 warehouse designed in Gothic style by Arthur Bowditch, transforming a Mass. Pike eyesore into a metropolitan icon. Gehry capitalized on the building’s cathedral ceilings, sweeping floors, oversized windows and central location to create loft living at a lofty level in the Back Bay.

Living room of Unit 705 at 360 Newbury

For $1.15 million, you’ll live in heaven in this seventh-floor unit’s 1,333 square feet of huge hardwood-floored spaces, shining in southwestern sun and sanctified by sky views. And, like a true studio loft, the sky’s the limit on home arrangement possibilities here.

Kitchen of Unit 705 at 360 Newbury

Even the gourmet kitchen’s granite counters and state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances make ample space for creative informal or formal dining, with options for an intimate breakfast by the window or a well-attended dinner party throughout the space.

Master bedroom of Unit 705 at 360 Newbury

Even the master bedroom has cathedral dimensions, putting the city at your command every time you wake up in the morning. The custom blinds let you get a good night’s sleep, and the Carrara marble baths give you a sumptuous soak or shower.

Bath of Unit 705 at 360 Newbury

The common lobby is the epitome of entry elegance with its brass-framed birch panels, backlit yellow onyx, polished granite floor, stainless steel rails, 24-hour concierge, and two elevators to all units.

Lobby of 360 Newbury

Across Newbury Street are garage parking and the Boston Sports Club. And what a location — chic boutiques, coffeehouses, restaurants and art galleries all along Newbury Street, Mass. Pike convenience on the other side, the subway next door, the bus right on the corner, shopping and dining at the Prudential Center, concerts at Symphony Hall and Berklee Performance Center down Mass. Ave., the Boston Public Library down Boylston Street, and, of course, Best Buy on 360’s first floor!

There’s nothing sacred about Unit 705 at 360 Newbury — it’s the best buy in town. For more information or a private showing, contact our Real Estate Consultant, Todd Ochsner, at 781.346.9637 (cell), 617.314.7704 (office) or (e-mail).

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