Hawthorne Place is a vast mixed-use office/condominium conversion of a mid-20th-century apartment complex in Boston's West End from 1984 adjacent to the Charles River Esplanade. Units vary from luxe to vintage. The association comprises 400 smoke-free residences in twin 17-story buildings with amenities such as on-site management, 24/7 concierge services, laundry, tennis courts, community room, security, landscaped grounds, gardens, and parking. Hawthorne Place is pet-friendly with restrictions.
West End Luxe Residences
West End Place is a mixed-use retail/residential/museum development in Boston's West End neighborhood near North Station from 2007. Units range from 1- to 3-bedroom in layout with open floor plans, large windows, contemporary finishes, and some with outdoor spaces. The association comprises 183 residences on 12 floors with amenities such as concierge services, on-site management, elevator, landscaped courtyard, and garage parking. West End Place is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Whittier Place is a full-service residential condominium conversion of a 1970s apartment complex in Boston's West End near the Museum of Science from 1985. Units range from studios to 3-bedroom layouts with finishes from luxe to vintage; however, they are typically bright, airy living spaces with open floor plans, parquet floors, large windows, and city/park/water views. The association comprises 400 units in twin 17-floor buildings with amenities like concierge services, fitness center, community room, laundry, landscaped grounds, pool, elevator, and parking. Whittier Place is pet-friendly with restrictions.