Broadluxe Offers Luxury in the Financial District

With upscale appointments and impressive inclusions, the Broadluxe offers luxury living in the Financial District. Originally constructed in the mid 1800s, the historic Boston building was converted into condos in the late 2000s. 

These days you’ll still find some of the building’s original style points visible, including exposed brick and beams, as well as tall ceilings and oversized windows, but the 19th century building also contains some modern offerings. For this reason, you’ll now find gourmet kitchens in the loft-style units of Broadluxe, as well as marble baths. 

You may also likely find bamboo flooring, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops with the units of the boutique elevator building. Some of the units of Broadluxe have flexible space that can be made into a den or home office, although its typical to find units that vary throughout the building.

The nine-story, renovated building is now home to just 44 private residences. Prospective new residents can choose from everything ranging from a studio with less than 600 square feet of living space, to a one-bedroom with close to 700 square feet of living space.

Other options include a two-bedroom, two-bath or a spacious penthouse unit with a private terrace overlooking harbor and city views. Not only is the property pet-friendly with certain restrictions, but it also offers some extra storage space in the basement, some deeded parking across the street, on-site, 24-hour concierge services, and a building superintendent.

Found along Broad Street in Boston, between the Financial District and the waterfront, the granite and brick Broadluxe building easily stands out from the rest of the surrounding neighborhood. The location means living close to countless cafes, restaurants, and shops. 

It also sits close to public transportation, and not far from other city attractions and conveniences either, including Faneuil Hall, major roadways, the Greenway, and the airport. 

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