Updated: Jan 21, 2019
You can almost reach out and touch the golden dome of the State House from this corner residence in Millennium Tower. It's almost as though the Boston Commons were in your living room, in model train size. The master bedroom is a cornered by 18 feet of floor to ceiling glass, and is arguably the nicest view in the city from a master bedroom.
We are very excited to announce this rental listing at Millennium Tower. Offering 3 beds, 3 baths, this residence on the 28th floor of Millennium Tower features sleek Poggenpohl kitchen and bath cabinetry, Sub-Zero and Thermador appliances; the who's who of kitchen brands. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer breath-taking views of Boston, and an abundance of natural light as this home is entirely south-westerly facing. Wide-plank oak floors throughout the entire property and electronic blinds elevate this property and luxury.
Three bed rentals don't come up often as most of the properties are owner-occupied. Don't miss out on your change to watch the sun set over the Charles from this birds-eye-view.
Millennium Tower has helped set the benchmark for effortless living in the city, by proving a plethora of 5-star services including 24-hour concierge, access to an exclusive two-story owner's lounge with private dining and bar, and the largest resident-only fitness facility in Boston. Situated in the heart of Boston's most dynamic neighborhood, everything you need is only a block or two away. Contact us today to see why Millennium Tower Boston is pinnacle of luxury residential living.
Downtown Crossing has proven to be one of Boston's most dynamic neighborhoods. It's essentially the convergence of the Theater District, Chinatown, Financial District and Beacon Hill. There is a large section of Washington Street that is pedestrian-only, and offers constant energy from the strong retail scene.
Some of the city's best restaurants are within a 5 minute walk from Millennium Tower. These include Boston Chops, Ruka, Yvonnes and staples like Theatro and Legal's Downtown X. The theater's provide for high energy and great options to view some of the world's best performance arts. Offering the most 'urban' location in the city, Boston's Downtown is just hundreds of feet from the Commons which is the largest green space in the city, and a few minute walk to the Charles River Esplanade which offers joggers, bikers and strollers a fantastic setting to enjoy the outdoors in the city.