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Click here to contact a leasing agent about apartments at The Arlington. Located just steps from the Public Garden, The Arlington is a historic Back Bay landmark, magnificently restored to provide discerning home seekers with a stunning selection of spacious luxury rental apartments.
The Beverly—with its modern aesthetic, comprehensive amenity package and central location in the vibrant North Station neighborhood—redefines workforce housing, offering top-level amenities at below market rents. Designed to meet the needs of the professionals that make our city great, The Beverly…
Ideally located in Boston’s Back Bay at 400 Stuart Street on the corner of Clarendon and Stuart Streets, The Clarendon is a classically elegant 33-story luxury residential tower by world-renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP. The 103 graciously appointed one- to four-bedroom luxury condominium…
Westminster Village is a 432-unit, garden-style apartment complex located in Lowell, Massachusetts overlooking the Merrimack River. It is comprised of 36 three-story buildings across 20 acres and includes a swimming pool, clubhouse, computer room and laundry facilities. Originally, built in 1970…
Designed by HDR, Inc. and scheduled to open in 2019, Innovation Square is a life sciences lab complex intended to host biotech incubators and established companies alike. The cutting edge LEED-designed lab space in the Seaport offers an exceptional opportunity to be part of a new breakthrough lab…
Congress Square is a 368,000-square-foot office and retail mixed use property that creates a unique urban campus expressing the innovative energy of today’s business environment. Originally built in the early 1900’s for Boston’s legendary financial institutions, Congress Square experienced a full…
Converse World Headquarters
Converse World Headquarters is a prominent global headquarters located on the harbor in Boston's thriving North Station neighborhood.
The Grain Exchange
The Grain Exchange building, constructed in 1892 and the original home of the Boston flour and grain exchange, is one of Boston's most striking buildings.