Newbury Street Lofts
This spectacular 54 unit trendy condominium building located at 360 Newbury Street which sits on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue had its exterior redesigned by renowned architect Frank Gehry in the 1989.
Recently redesigned by renowned architect Frank Gehry, this trendy condominium sits in the perfect location. The spectacular 54-unit building at 360 Newbury Street sits on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Newbury Street with direct access to Boylston Street and the Hynes Green Line T station. The building at 360 Newbury Street was once known for many years as the “Tower Records Building,” and prior to that, a local school. The well-known Boston developer, Boston Residential, redeveloped the iconic building in 2005. Loft style floor plans range from 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms, along with state-of-the-art kitchens—marble countertops, modern design cabinetry, sub-zero refrigerators, and stainless steal high-end appliances. In addition, all units offer hardwood flooring, white Carrera marble bathrooms, laundry, electric window shades, and an intercom phone system connected directly to concierge staff. The building’s standalone position and dramatic living rooms with soaring ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows offer expansive views of Back Bay, South End, Cambridge and west down the Mass Pike. This address has truly been transformed into a chic loft style condo building with stunning views, not to mention it is located on one of the most famous streets in Boston. 360 Newbury Street offers a wonderful loft feel while still being in a premier Back Bay location.