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617-267-2340 | 665 Boylston St, Penthouse Boston, MA 02116

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25 - 35 Channel Center
Seaport District
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$2,500 - $7,000
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Concierge, Gym, Garage Parking, Recent Construction, Lofts
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The Channel Center in Boston's Seaport District the site of 120 of luxury loft style condominiums in two buildings, 25 Channel Center & 35 Channel Center. 25 Channel Center consists of 76 new construction lofts with cutting edge contemporary design. 35 Channel Center is a historic 1901 warehouse conversion featuring 44 traditional brick and beam style lofts. Both buildings share concierge services and garage parking. The Channel Center offers many different styles and floor plans, ranging in size from 924 to 3610 feet in size. Units feature soaring ceilings up to two stories high, maple floors, enormous floor-to-ceiling windows which allow for abundant light, state-of-the-art kitchens with Viking appliances and honed granite counters, central air, and in-unit laundry. Additional features of some units include gas fireplaces, four-fixture baths, private outdoor spaces and duplex penthouses with spectacular city views.

In addition to 24-hour concierge services and an on-site gym, The Channel Center also features Barlows Restaurant.

The Seaport District is located a short walk from the Financial District and only minutes to South Boston. This area is home to Boston's maritime industrial center and is home to Boston Convention Center and Institute of Contemporary Art. Originally a tidal marsh, this area was created by landfill in the late 1800's. The brick warehouses once manufactured or housed iron, glass, brick, machinery, wagons, soap, elevators and beer. In recent years, many old warehouses have been converted to loft condominiums and new buildings have been built from the ground up. Today the neighborhood is home to the largest concentration of visual artists in New England. In addition, the area has diversified with recent condominium conversions and new construction and is one of the most rapidly developing parts of Boston. Residents may enjoy restaurant hot spots such as Drink, Sportello, Menton, and the nearby Liberty Wharf which is located directly on Boston Harbor with many fine dining options.
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