Millennium Tower: Luxury Living Evolved

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With incredible views, top amenities, and sophisticated floor plans, Millennium Tower is, quite simply, luxury living evolved. As Downtown Boston’s tallest residential building, the 60-story tower provides space for hundreds of newer construction condos, a gourmet grocery store and more.

The upscale tower is easily one of the most desirable when it comes to Boston luxury condos. The glass tower building rises high above the surrounding neighborhood, housing such building amenities, services and luxuries as an on-site fitness center, an underground parking garage, an indoor swimming pool and spa, and an owners’ lounge.

Residents of Millennium Tower are also treated to 24-hour concierge service, valet service and a doorman. As well, you’ll find available massage rooms, a private screening room and a library/billiards room in the tower.

Residents additionally gain exclusive access to club dining with renowned chef Michael Mina. In addition, the building also offers its residents access to some landscaped and furnished outdoor space for further enjoying the property.

Other options for residents of Millennium Tower include such planned social events as wine tastings, fine dining opportunities, music and the arts. Located on Washington Street, Millennium Tower is part of the Downtown Crossing neighborhood.

The luxury building sits close to a number of different downtown restaurants, boutique stores, retailers and theaters in the surrounding area. It is also close to public transportation, providing residents with the option of more easily traveling and commuting around the city.

The residences of Millennium Tower start with a one-bedroom floor plan, but some of the largest units provide space for three-bedrooms. There is also the option of a penthouse unit and plenty of high-end features and finishes.

New residents can expect to find things like oversized windows and open floor plans, as well as wide plank hardwoods, high ceilings and top-rated appliances.

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