Midtown

Midtown Boston condos are located in state-of-the-art luxury buildings in close proximity to many corporate offices and transportation centers.

Let Boston's preeminent real estate team help you find a home in one of Midtown Boston's desirable luxury developments. Explore the residences below, or visit the complete Midtown neighborhood page to learn more about this area.

Millennium Tower
Neighborhood Waterfront | Number of Units 312 | Year Built 1972

The Harbor Towers, located directly on the waterfront and near the Rose Kennedy Greenway on India Wharf, are 2 identical full service, condominium residences. At 40 floors each, they are the tallest residential towers in Boston, offering great views of the waterfront and Financial District. The location of the Harbor Towers is full of history, as Charles Bullfinch, one of Boston’s most famous architects, designed India Wharf. The building itself was built in 1971 as apartments and designed by I.M. Pei, considered one of the masters of modern architecture. In 1981, apartments were renovated and fully converted into condos. Since then, condos have been renovated and updated individually by unit owners, so no two condos are the same.

Many condos have a spacious balcony where you can enjoy the outdoors and enjoy the waterfront view. You also have access to a heated seasonal Oceanside pool. For more spacious outdoor areas to explore, you can choose to either visit the landscaped grounds or the Boston Harbor Walk that is adjacent to the property.

Right near the Harbor Towers are historical landmarks, such as Faneuil Hall and the Freedom Trail. Within walking distance, you can attend to business in the Financial District and then explore and enjoy a meal in the North End, Boston’s Italian-American neighborhood. With the Government Center T and bus stop nearby, you can easily transport to other neighborhoods in Boston. Garage parking also gives you convenient access to your car.


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The Ritz-Carlton Residences
Neighborhood Midtown | Number of Units N/A | Year Built 2001

Developed by the Millennium Partners and designed by Handel Architects in 2001, Boston's Ritz-Carlton condos are highly desirable residences in the city. Innovative and forward-thinking design won the architectural company the 2003 Award for Excellence and the 2003 Project of the Year. They were the first luxury development to introduce the mixed concept of hotel and residences to Boston. In addition to a 5 star hotel, the Ritz Carlton offers 35 floors of 1 to 4 bedroom condos that are completed with Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors, granite kitchens, marble bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows that provide city or Boston Harbor views.

Residents enjoy full service options offered to hotel guests, such as room service, cleaning, and valet parking. Building amenities include a 100,000 square foot sports and spa facility (run by Equinox), a theatre multiples, and retail stores and restaurants.

Centrally located downtown, across from the Boston Common, it is easy for Ritz-Carlton condo residents to explore the city and access services and shops outside of the building. The Financial District, Beacon Hill, Back Bay, and South End, for example, are all within walking distance. To explore other neighborhoods of Boston, the Chinatown and Boylston T stops are easily accessible.


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45 Province Street
Neighborhood Midtown | Number of Units 137 | Year Built 2009

Completed in 2009, 45 Province was developed by the Abbey Group with the aid and consultancy of Bruner Cott Architects, Celeste Cooper Interior Design, Duffy Design Group, and Suffolk Construction. These leading firms worked together to create a modern architectural design that brilliantly incorporates the Financial District’s height and splendor. 9-foot floor-to-ceiling windows offer incredible views of the Charles River and the Boston skyline. With custom features throughout the condo units, such as walnut entry doors, European style cabinets, and crystalized bathroom vanities, each home has a unique and elegant feel.

In addition to amenities such as a library, fireside lounge, screening room, and rooftop terrace, 45 Province is home to Exhale’s first private, fully integrated mind body spa, fitness center, and meditation lounge. Peace and leisure are readily available a few steps away from your home. Although the building is located in a central location at the foot of Beacon Hill and within walking distance from the Financial District, Government Center, and North End, with all of the perks and amenities offered, you may never want to leave!


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Millennium Place
Neighborhood Midtown | Number of Units 265 | Year Built 2013

Millennium Place is one of Boston’s newest luxury condo developments. The building is centrally located in downtown and within walking distance to Chinatown, Downtown Crossing, Theater District, Financial District, and the Boston Common. Residents, therefore, have access to all of the necessary amenities and more. With all of the services offered within the building, however, you may never have to leave.

Millennium Place offers public areas where residents can spend time outside of their home. These include an owner’s lounge, wine tasting/dining room, screening room, and children’s room where you can entertain family and friends for special events or even on a daily basis. In partnership with Sports Club L.A., Millennium Place also offers a fully equipped private fitness center with Pilates and yoga studios and on demand access to personal training. For a quick escape to the outdoors, you can enter the artfully designed courtyard garden. Other amenities include a full-service concierge, 24-hour valet parking, housekeeping services, and dog-walking and pet services.

The 15-story building is home to 256 residences ranging from 1 to 3 bedrooms between 775 to 2360 square feet. Residences are designed with a variety of floor plans to complement the surrounding environment and location in the building. The Garden Residences overlook the courtyard, and on some levels offer outdoor terraces; Grand Residences are located on the corner of the building and are surrounded by windows, offering great views and abundant natural light; Theatre Residences overlook Washington Street; Residences on the Avenue have a view of Avenue de Lafayette; and, finally, on the top floor are Penthouse Residences with 9 rooftop gardens designed for urban gardening.

Features that residences share include custom entry doors, 5” wide ivory oak plank floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Kitchens have New Kashmir white granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and American walnut cabinets on Rosario of New England. Bathrooms include soaking tubs and separate frameless glass stall showers.

Developed by Millennium Partners and designed by Handel Architects, Millennium Place offers more than luxury condos, it offers a community. To foster the sense of community, La Vie, a social network available to residents was created. Through fitness, food, travel, art, and culture events, the networks brings together residents with similar interests and help cultivate community.


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Grandview Boston
Neighborhood Midtown | Number of Units 61 | Year Built 2004

Built in 2004, the Grandview Boston, though by and Atlanta-based firm, Radco Cos., captures all of Boston’s charm and beauty. On the edge of the Boston Common on Tremont Street, the Grandview is close to restaurants, shops, and businesses in Downtown Crossing, the Financial District, Chinatown, Beacon Hill, and the North End. The central location gives you easy access to all the amenities you need.

The Grandview is home to 61 residences, ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms. Depending on the location of your unit, you will have spectacular views from the floor to ceiling glass windows looking out to the Charles River or the Boston Common. To have an even more complete and panoramic view, you can go to the common rooftop terrace. This space can be used for a personal escape or to entertain guests. Other entertainment spaces include a resident lounge and reception area.

Within the home, open living spaces, stainless steel kitchens, and marble bathrooms provide a space where you can easily relax or entertain friends and family. Building services, such as 24/7 concierge and security, fitness center, and parking garage offers you convenience and ease.


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Ten West
Neighborhood Midtown

Ten West, Boston’s newest condominium property, offers 73 residential condominium units in two of Boston’s more significant historical buildings. There are 28 unique floor plans. The residences located on floors two through six feature studio and one bedroom condominiums, some with sleeping/storage lofts and exterior rooftop deck options. The Seventh floor offers one and two bedroom residences with mezzanine sleeping lofts. The condominiums range in size from 455 to 1115 square feet; the largest incorporates a private outdoor roof deck. In addition, units may be combined for those clients who require the ultimate in scale and design opportunities.


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