Channel Center: Luxury Living in Boston’s Seaport District

You now have one more reason to check out Boston’s up and coming Seaport District. And that reason is Channel Center, a 1.1 million square foot, 200+ luxury residential property complex.

Ideal Location

The Seaport District has quickly become one of Boston’s hottest neighborhoods, attracting city-goers left and right. Why, you ask? For one, its waterfront location is impeccable, with easy access to Downtown Boston and the Financial District. It’s also home to a number of restaurants including Morton’s Steakhouse, Daily Catch and Sportello.

Unique Design

The layout and design of Channel Center is anything but traditional. The brick and beam architecture gives off an appealing, historical vibe.

Floor-to-ceiling windows provide natural light in each unit (and an unbeatable view of the Harbor) and residents can choose between one and two floor units, cozy flats or penthouses alike.

On-Site Dining + Fitness

Without even leaving the building, you can dine-in at Barlows Restaurant, offering an array of entrées like Fish Pier Stew, Steak Frites and Oven Baked Turkey Pot Pie. Word has it they also serve up a killer brunch for lazy Sunday afternoons.

Not to mention the on-site cafe and fitness center for ultimate convenience.

In House Amenities

You get the whole package when living at Channel Center, starting with your very own dream kitchen complete with Viking kitchen appliances and double-ovens. Residents rave about their cozy gas fireplaces (perfect for the chilly winter months), four-fixture bathrooms, glass windows and easy access to on-site garage parking.

Plus, all Channel Center residents can take advantage of their 24-hour concierge services including package and mail delivery and even dry cleaning pickup. 

If you’d like to learn more about living at Channel Center or schedule an appointment to tour the property, call 617-314-7704 or visit our website at Boston Condo Domain to speak to one of our experts.

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