While the NBA lockout continues and the Celtics season could be at jeopardy (nah – we don’t think they’ll take it that far either), Celtics Coach Doc Rivers, with a 5 year $35 million contract in hand, is anything but locked out of his new Four Seasons Penthouse which he recently secured for $2.2 million dollars. The 16th floor 2 bed, 2.5 bath beauty boasts views of the Public Gardens and Beacon Hill and has 1,801 square feet of living space, according to the Boston Globe.
Prior to this, Rivers had been renting at the Mandarin Oriental just up Boylston Street. With the security of his contract keeping him in Boston it appears a more permanent residence with all the amenities and security a Championship winning coach deserves was in order.
If you’re looking to call Doc Rivers your neighbor, there is another unit up for grabs within the Four Seasons just a little bigger than Doc’s. The 3 bedroom, 3 bath offers an owner’s unit as well as a rental unit for a total of 2718 square feet of living space. With a price tag of $3.15 million dollars, this is a rare find as it is one of only a few of the largest units available within the Four Seasons.
Recent renovations in the common room make it social engagement ready, while bedrooms are blank slates ready for your personal touches.
Plus, as a resident of the Four Seasons, you would get all the Five Star Four Seasons Hotel luxury amenities including use of the fitness center, sauna/steam, lap pool, room service dining and self-park or valet park options.
So while we don’t want you harassing your new neighbor when he is prepping for a game, please be cordial enough to let him borrow a cup of sugar if he should happen to stop by for some (though we think room service may be able to handle that one too).
If you could pick a local celebrity as your neighbor, who would you want to wave hi to as you head to your car in the morning?