Fenway’s Audubon Park is Right in the Center of the Action

It’s entirely possible to live right in the center of the action when you choose to make your new home in Fenway’s Audubon Park. Constructed in the mid 2000s, the luxury condo property not only sits close enough to walk to Fenway Park, but the building itself is also close to area museums, plus the restaurants, nightlife, and shops of Kenmore Square, the Back Bay, and Newbury Street.

Boston University and Longwood Medical are also nearby, as is a Commuter Rail Station and the Green Line. Found at 16 Miner Street in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston, Audubon Park is home to around 50 private residences.

The units feature a mix of bamboo flooring and carpeting, as well as accent molding. You’ll additionally find an oversized island and stainless-steel appliances in the kitchen, as well as ceramic tile flooring with European-style vanities in the baths. 

The units come with large windows too, for natural light. There are 18 different floorplans available in the six-story building. A recently listed two-bedroom, two-bath unit is available for rent.

Other units in the building come in either a studio layout, a one-bedroom configuration, or a two-bedroom design. Amenities in the pet-friendly building include assigned garage parking, concierge services, a doorman, and an elevator. The building additionally offers some extra storage units and controlled access entry.

Last year, nearby Fenway Park completed new renovations, including updating its locker room and adding LED lights to the field. The Team’s clubhouse was also renovated, as was office space for the coaches.

It may be the nation’s oldest ballpark, but the area around it has also seen some recent upgrades, including new and newer development, such as Audubon Park. Last year, a city board approved a new mixed-use project in the neighborhood too, which is slated to bring in new apartments, retailers, offices, and labs.

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