Though Boston isn't known for the world's tallest of the tall skyscrapers, it doesn't mean that the city's varied spread of properties can't offer spectacular views. Take The W, for example - it's northeast-most corner units arguably have the best city views of any residence in Boston. And owing to the fact that there are only five of these luxurious units left, there must be something that attracts the sharks to this gem of a find.
With 1,872 square feet of living space and 9-foot ceilings, the uppermost units in this iconic 28-story glass-and-steel hotel and residential tower definitely offers the unconventional in downtown Boston. Strategically aligned with pre-colonial buildings and structures dating back to the 1800's, The W stands as a beacon of modernity amidst a lush scene of history. The contrast of modern meets maturity produces nothing but luxury. This is probably the reason why of the W's 123 condos, 98 are already sold and occupied. The corner units of the remaining upper floors sit angled towards the Theater District, overlookingBack Bay, Beacon Hill, the Commons, Financial District, and the South End.
Aside from the breathtaking panoramic views that the W's units offer, the towering luxury building also has a separate entrance solely dedicated to residents. Add to that a well-staffed 24/7 concierge service and amenities that tie-in with the hotel's own, so you can order and enjoy those chef-cooked steak and eggs at any time of day. Most notably however, is that along comes with your unit is the license to carry - a dog, that is, as the entire building is pet-friendly. Not to be overlooked, is the five-star fitness center with built-in membership attached to your luxury living space. Want to step up a notch and get a full-body massage? No problem, residents have huge discounts on the hotel's on-site spa, Bliss, so you can directly go from massage room to bed room.
Of course aside from all the glits and glam that the building offers, are the units themselves. The remaining units have open kitchen/dining/living room plans, off an L-shaped foyer that features a coat closet, a porcelain-tiled half bath and a closet with a stacked Bosch washer and dryer. Living-area floors are bamboo with a dark wenge-wood color stain. The kitchen/living/dining area has wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows. Spacious enough to fit a study/office out of part of the living area, you can enjoy working from home with great east-facing views of the city.
The master bedroom has an en-suite master bath, with walk-in closets, a vanity that's good for two, a rain shower, and finally a tub that's fit for a king. With one side of the master bedroom suite tiled in glass enclosure, there is no shortage of views for the stressed. Relax and unwind as the day turns to night, and awaken to a breathtaking scenery like no other. See more of the The W by clicking here.
Not satisfied with being in the theater district? Stay tuned to our blog as we feature more of Boston's best skyline views.