The luxury home market in Boston is growing rapidly as the city continues to flourish. Boston’s most anticipated new development, the Millennium Tower project, is definitely one to keep your eyes on. The development will be 60 stories of unparalleled luxury. When complete, Millennium Tower will be the tallest residential building in downtown Boston, rising over 600 feet.
Approximately 450 condominium and rental units will be available and will range from one-bedrooms to four-bedrooms. The homes at Millennium Tower will possess an elegant and contemporary design complete with high-end finishes. Oversized windows will offer plenty of natural light and spectacular city views. The open floor plans will create an inviting layout, perfect for entertaining.
A wide variety of amenities and services include 24-hour concierge, private outdoor space, a Sports Club LA-managed fitness center, an owners’ lounge, a parking garage, a children’s playroom, and a swimming pool. There are even plans to construct a gourmet Roch Bros. supermarket, an exceptionally convenient amenity for all residents.
One of the most unique and exciting additions to this luxury home experience is La Vie®. La Vie® is a Millennium Partners lifestyle network, hosting exclusive social events for residents who are interested in fine dining, wine tasting, art and music.
Millennium Tower is located on Washington Street, in Midtown’s Downtown Crossing neighborhood. Downtown Crossing is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike, offering numerous restaurants, theatres, and flagship retail and specialty boutiques. The development is central to all major subway lines and bus routes, making transportation to other areas of the city a breeze. The Financial District, Seaport District, Back Bay, Beacon Hill and South End are easily accessible by foot.
Millennium Tower has evolved into one of the largest luxury developments in Boston. The addition of 1.1 million square feet of luxury offices, shops, restaurants and residences will transform Downtown Crossing, as we know it. Many suspect the revival will result in a European-esque feel.