285 Columbus Avenue Lofts is a residential condominium conversion of the 1924 historic Earle Building, a commercial structure situated in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood astride the boundary with the South End completed in 2008. These sunny units feature high ceilings, large windows, in-unit laundry, and open floor plans. The association comprises 63 loft-like residences with amenities like 24-hour concierge services, professional management, parking, shared roof deck, storage, and elevator. 285 Columbus Avenue Lofts is pet friendly with restrictions.
Back Bay Lofts
Architect Frank Gehry's 360 Newbury is a lofty residential condominium conversion of the formerly known as the Tower Records Building situated in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood completed in 2005. Units vary widely with one, two, and three bedrooms, duplexes, and penthouses layouts. Luxe fittings and finishes are standard, as are panoramic city/water views. The building comprises 54 residences on eight floors with amenities such as door/concierge service, professional management, three levels of retail space, and an easy commute via the Hynes Convention Center T stop. 360 Newbury is pet-friendly with restrictions.