On a bustling corner in the Theater District, The Parker stretches ambitiously to the sky, a breathtaking study in subtly corrugated metal and dark charcoal glass. Softened by rounded edges, The Parker’s exterior architecture leads to dynamic interiors, with incredible views of Boston Common and the city skyline. In a city known for its understated elegance, The Parker cuts a bold profile against its surrounding historic brick buildings, the Theater District, the Common and the Public Garden.
Sensuality meets simplicity in The Parker’s condominium residences. Defined by a palette of mink and warm white that is refreshingly different for Boston, the 1- and 2-bedroom homes boast a medley of shapes and forms, textures and materials. All with breathtaking views of Boston Common and the city. All of Boston seems within reach through the residences’ dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows. Natural light filters in at all hours of the day, illuminating elegant wide plank oak floors. Rounded corners soften the kitchen’s sleek lines. Life today revolves around the kitchen, and this one is a standout. Custom triplex pendant lights have a theatrical feel, and cast a warm glow on the Calacatta marble-inspired island, matte lacquer cabinetry and a breathtaking Fior di Bosco marble backsplash.
The lower level amenity floor exudes style and personality. Its spaces are unified by a chic design language defined by brass accents, a warm palette and rich textures, yet each room feels like an experience unto itself. A beautiful, all-season escape in the sky, The Parker's roofdeck is the perfect perch from which to celebrate with friends, toast special occasions and take in sweeping views of Boston Common and the city's architectural masterpieces.