Redefining Urban Luxury
Downtown Crossing-- Call it a comeback or call it the emergence of a new neighborhood. Whatever your mindset, Downtown Crossing is flourishing with its luxury condominium developments. Millennium Partners, the same developer responsible for the Ritz-Carlton Condos, One Charles, and the brand new Millennium Tower, has worked with Handel Architects to create the 256-unit Millennium Place. Located at 580 Washington Street, Millennium Place is a 15-story glass, steel and brick mixed-use complex complete with one level of below grade parking for 125 cars, as well as ground floor retail.
The last few weeks have seen the volume of sales reach 85% and the first of Millennium Place's residents moving into their new homes. Contact Campion and Company today for more information or to schedule a tour.
- 256 Residences Ranging From 1, 2, & 3-Bedroom Units
- 14 Penthouses, including 9 with Private Solarium & Terraces
- Unit Square Footage from 775 sq ft to 2,360 sq ft
- Porte-Cochère attended by Uniformed Doorman
- Four Different Building Locations: Theater Residences, Garden Residences, Residences on the Avenue, & Grand Residences.
Features and Amenities
- Lifestyle Concierge bringing Millennium Place residents together for exclusive events and experiences related to culture, fitness, food, travel and art. From private wine tastings to cultural events with guest speakers, La Vie is but one example of how Boston's Millennium Place condos have redefined Boston's experience of urban luxury.
Resident Club Room/Lounge
- Complete with attendant, coffee, bar and dining tables that will be served by Legal Crossing (LX), the restaurant that will be occupying retail space in the public portion of the property
- Screening Room
Spa and Fitness
- SportsClub LA Fitness Center
- Yoga and Pilates studios
- Private spa rooms
Landscaped Outdoor Garden
An Emerging Neighborhood
With millions of private and public investment dollars, Downtown crossing is well on its way to becoming one of Boston's most vibrant neighborhoods. With proximity to the Theater District, Downtown Crossing, Chinatown and the Financial District, this Midtown area of Boston that was once a semi-wasteland for weekday shoppers now offers a 24-hour community promising an unrivaled quality of life.