Back Bay Bay Lofts
The Back Bay is home to some of Boston's most sought after loft condo developments. Below is a brief overview of the lofts in the Back Bay of Boston:
Back Bay lofts are very popular because they often offer more square footage than the traditional brownstone condos & apartments. Back Bay lofts, however, are rare as you can see! 1 bedroom Back Bay loft apartments for rent often start around $2,000. 1 bedroom loft condos for sale start around $249,000 and can go as high as the multi-millions.
Renting or buying a loft in Boston's Back Bay is a great idea.
The Back Bay has always offered outstanding shopping opportunities. It includes Newbury Street, which has boutiques that are among the world's most desirable. Plus, top-notch restaurants and quaint cafes are located all over this neighborhood.
There are three loft buildings available in the Back Bay: 360 Newbury, 285 Columbus, and 12 Stoneholm.
The property at 360 Newbury is a classic that's been around since 1918. It's positioned on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Newbury Street. Originally, it was a school, and then it was called the Tower Records Building.
The renowned architect Frank Gehry oversaw a 1989 renovation to the outside of this building. In 2005, a second refurbishment established dozens of condominium units. People began moving into those homes in 2006.
A home at 360 Newbury could have one, two, or three bedrooms, and opulent penthouses and duplexes are options as well. These condos have hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. They're bright, cheerful, and extremely stylish, and the views of Fenway Park, the Public Garden, and other locales are enchanting.
The building provides concierge service, an elevator, washing machines, and dryers. In addition, all of the kitchens come with microwaves, marble counters, dishwashers, gas ranges, and garbage disposals. Not to mention, you can live here with pets if you'd like.
Everything about the 285 Columbus property, a mid-rise that borders Boston's delightful South End, is luxurious. Inside the 63 condos here, the floors are dark hardwood; the kitchen counters are stone, and the closets are walk-in. There are large, European-style bathrooms with stone features. The open-floor layouts, meanwhile, allow for maximum space and brightness. And, for their part, the in-unit laundries offer true convenience.
Residents of 285 Columbus can enjoy lots of natural light and amazing vistas thanks to their massive windows, and they have round-the-clock concierge services at their disposal. They also have access to their own outdoor area as well as an extensive rooftop terrace and bar, a terrific spot for socializing with neighbors.
This building is near the Back Bay Station, a transportation hub where you can board Amtrak trains, commuter trains, municipal buses, and the subway.
With 121 deluxe condos and a prime position beside Boston's beloved Fenway neighborhood, life at 12 Stoneholm is certainly grand. The roomy fitness center contains many cutting-edge pieces of equipment, and the swimming pool on the roof is a terrific place to soak in the sun as well as the views.
Inside the living units, the kitchens are large enough to eat in. The floors are hardwood; the kitchen appliances are stainless steel, and the windows stretch from the ceilings to the floors.
On top of that, this property permits cats and dogs that weigh less than 50 pounds. If you choose, you can keep two dogs in your condo as long as their combined weight doesn't exceed 75 pounds.
The people who live at 12 Stoneholm also benefit from concierge services, bicycle storage facilities, and proximity to a Green Line station.
In short, all over the country, many people who've never been to Boston are familiar with the Back Bay. Like Fenway Park and the Swan Boats, it's one of the city's iconic jewels. Indeed, its unique style and sophistication represent the best that big cities can offer.
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