Filling a decades-long dead-space in the Back Bay cityscape and skyline upon its opening in October 2008, the Mandarin Oriental, Boston, is bringing Boylston Street back to life with Fifth Avenue finesse, Parisian panache and Hong Kong high life.
In addition to its 136 hotel guestrooms, 12 hotel suites, M Bar & Lounge, fine restaurants such as L’Espalier & Sel de la Terre, and chic boutiques such as Gucci & Frette, this AAA five-diamond hotel offers over-the-top Back Bay luxury living at the Mandarin Oriental Residences at 776 Boylston St.
These 50 high-end condominiums boast grand foyers, palatial his-and-her baths, humongous living/dining rooms, sound-insulated floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-end hotel amenities such as housekeeping, in-room dining, spa treatments, fitness center access, elevator service, in-house garage parking (two deeded spaces for Unit E9-E, described below), and 24-hour concierge.
Exemplary among these units is the 2,600-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath Unit E9-E, offered at $4,595,000. This front-facing unit brings breathtaking Boston panoramas reaching as far as the Charles River into the long living-dining room.
The living-dining room accesses a private terrace that puts you right into city life while sipping your morning coffee or evening cocktails. The open floor plan lets you arrange your family living and grand entertaining space any way you wish.
The gourmet kitchen has the finest in stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, and granite countertops including a breakfast bar.
The master suite, boasting a crown-molded tray ceiling and top-to-bottom cityview windows like those in the living-dining room, lets you truly be the master of your house…
…especially with the separate marble master baths that allow each partner optimum privacy.
The Mandarin Oriental‘s rear park landscaping gives its residents a respite from the Back Bay bustle on the opposite side. But the bustle is a big bang for your buck; it’s as central as location can be. You’re just steps from the Shops at the Prudential Center, the Boston Public Library, Berklee Performance Center, Symphony Hall, subway and bus service in Copley Square and on Massachusetts Avenue, and much more.
Unit prices at the Mandarin Oriental Residences range from $2 million to $20 million, and the building contains 35 rental apartments as well. For more information, contact CondoDomain Agent Jeanne Boucher at 510.205.5857.