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

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22 Union Park
South End
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$2,850 - $12,000
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Elevator, Garage parking, Roof Deck, Terraces
Property Description:
The Penny Savings Bank is a 23-unit elevator condominium building converted in 2007 in Boston's South End. This beautiful classical revival building was formerly a two-story white marble bank that was developed to include a three story glass addition on the upper floors. Units are studio lofts, one bedroom, two bedroom or two-plus bedroom units ranging from 813 to 2015 square feet. Condos feature loft-style interiors with polished concrete or walnut hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, central air, beautiful kitchens with flat panel Espresso finish cabinetry, ceasarstone counters and commercial grade Viking appliances, and luxurious baths with limestone floors. Select units feature either terraces or private roof decks.

The lobby entrance of the Penny Savings Bank was designed to reflect the contemporary aesthetic of the neighboring SoWa artist district. Direct access garage parking is also available with many units. All units have access to a professionally landscaped common roof deck with irrigation system, a lavatory and spectacular panoramic city views.

The two commercial units on the ground floor of the Penny Savings Bank include Citibank and the steakhouse Boston Chops.

The Residences at the Bank are located on the corner of Union Park Street and Washington Street, one of the South End's trendiest addresses.

Located just Steps from Boston's official Avenue D'Arts - Huntington Ave, The Residences at Penny Savings Bank are at the epicenter of Boston's museum, music, and performance scene. Plus you can walk through the Fens on your way to a ballgame at Fenway - people-watch over coffee at a neighborhood cafe, shop at The Prudential Center and Copley Place, or feed your body and soul at some of Boston's hot new restaurants and clubs. And when you need to venture beyond, the Green, Orange, and Silver lines are just around the corner.
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