It looks like the last developer unit at 285 Columbus Lofts has gone under agreement. This was another big success from Curtis Kemeney and Boston Residential Group.
Going Going Gone…285 Columbus
Luxury loft living at 360 Newbury
Designed by architectural mastermind Frank Gehry and situated at the corner of Newbury Street and Massachusetts Avenue, the residences at 360 Newbury Street are a loft-seeker’s paradise and virtual adult playground. From hardwood floors to granite countertops; and marble bathtubs and Sub Zero refrigeration, the sumptuous amenities will make it tempting to never leave the comforts of your own home. And with the options of two-story living rooms and a total 3,300 square feet of living space, why would you?
One would only have to take a look out the window to see the spectacular city skyline to appreciate the buzz of the metropolis below. Situated close to the city’s best shopping, restaurants and entertainment venues, a night on the town can be as close to town as you wish it to be; a night in, encased in the cozy comfort of calculated silence, is yours for the taking if you want it.
285 Columbus Lofts
The 285 Columbus Lofts are the newest development from Curtis R. Kemeny of Boston Residential Group. The 8 story former office building has been converted to 63 new luxury loft condos and 10,000 sq ft. of retail space. The Earle building as it was known sits on the corners of Columbus and Clarendon and is in walking distance to many of the sites and attractions of both the South End and the Back Bay. Public transportation is also very accessible as the development is adjacent to Back Bay station where you can access the Commuter Rail, MBTA as well as Amtrak. Driving to work outside the city is also very convenient as you can hop on to the westbound ramp exit of the mass pike from your garage parking spot.