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Boston has long been known for its elite residents, and the Boston real estate market caters to this population.
Not only are residential properties following suit, but Boston also boasts some of the best shopping, education, and medicine in the nation.
Boston luxury condo owners never have a dull moment as they enjoy the history, arts, and culture of this exciting city.
Boston luxury condos and luxury Boston Lofts are scattered throughout the city’s most prestigious neighborhoods, and each neighborhood has a unique personality.
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The Clarendon Back Bay: nearly 60% sold

On Feb. 25, 2011, Related Companies and The Beal Companies announced that their prized Boston development, The Clarendon Back Bay at 400 Stuart St., closed on more than 50% of its unit sales, averaging more than $1,150 per square foot. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, this 33-story Back Bay condominium tower boasts 102 luxury residences exemplifying Related’s Five Star Living® standards. Occupying floors 15-33, the units range from $780,000 to more than $4 million. On floors 31-33 are three 3,500-square-foot, full-floor penthouses with four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, open-plan great …

Back Bay bonanza in Burrage Mansion unit

 

The lavishly carved, paneled, gilded, ornamented, tiled and stain-glassed French Château architecture of 314 Commonwealth Ave. elevates Back Bay living to a new level — that of the Vanderbilts, the Rockefellers and the Carnegies. Unit 1, offered at $5.7 million, reaps the full benefit of copper/oil magnate Albert Cameron Burrage’s luxury lifestyle.
Built in 1899 from a design by Charles Brigham, the Burrage Mansion has been converted into four floor-through condo units. Renovation architect Guy Grassi carefully preserved as many historical details as possible to make each condo truly feel like …

Penthouse perfection in the Back Bay

Built in Beaux-Arts style in 1907 by master architects Cram & Goodhue, 334 Beacon St. in the Back Bay has been masterfully renovated into a first-class condominium, and the high-pitched chateau roof forms a penthouse that is top in its class in lavish, lofty luxury.

Offered at $2.05 million, the 2,381-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 2-bath penthouse unit rises with the roof and widens with the walls. The broad, deep footprint allows for a far-reaching living room that lets you drink in the water and the sun from the breathtaking Charles River views, and …

A ‘Prince’ of a condo

When was the last time a condo felt like a neighborhood, not just an association? Well, 44 Prince St. is just that — a well-managed luxury condominium situated right in the heart of Boston’s oldest and most intimate enclave, the North End.

Offered at $859,000, the 1,226-square-foot, 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath Unit 304 combines comfort with coziness in best North End style. Architect John W. French blended old and new, accenting classic cast-stone and brick with modern metal. The classically columned pergola accents your entry with a taste …

Clarendon unit combines classic class with contemporary cool

As the latest addition to the Back Bay skyline and cityscape, The Clarendon at 400 Stuart St. is redefining urban living for the 21st century with its chic combo of classic elegance and contemporary ambiance, as its glass-and-steel-accented brick façade and its delicately detailed but sweepingly spacious lobby boldly express.

Designed by master firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects LLP and developed by Related Companies and The Beal Companies, this 33-story tower contains 107 luxury condominium units starting on its 15th floor, which means stunning city views for all units. Among these …

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