Luxury amenities in new developments are becoming more common and increasingly important to residents and developers.
One of the top amenities seeing a major increase throughout Boston is upscale restaurants built into new residential developments.
By incorporating a restaurant into a luxury residential development, they are adding another level to the generic high-rise and making it into a community and giving residents easy access to another high level service.
Many new developments in Boston are bringing in luxury brands and head chefs to up the ante and attract more residents.
One of the largest scale developments utilizing this is Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing. PABU, led by award-winning chef Michael Mina, will open in the building this fall, but residents will also be able to experience the delicious cooking privately in the building’s owners’ lounge. Pre-measured ingredients will also be available for residents who prefer to cook on their own.
The Van Ness in Fenway is hoping to become a dining destination with several chef driven restaurant concepts and Porto has just recently opened in the Avalon in Back Bay.
Ink Block is a major complex in the South End that has really focused on creating a neighborhood feeling within the development, including opening Bar Menzanna, designed with residents and the success of the restaurant in mind.
By giving residents not only close access to highly sought after chefs and restaurants, but also the ability to gain private access or extra privileges is something that makes their new home even more valuable.
High rise development in Boston is booming and with more people spending more money on dining out, this was the logical step for most developers to make.
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