Ten West Street is a very hyped up and exciting new condominium development located between Boston Common and Washington Street. Ten West Street will construct 73 luxurious new condos in 2 of Boston’s historic buildings. Twenty-eight unique floor plans will be used, creating studios, 1 and 2 bedrooms, ranging from 455 to 1115 square feet per unit. Two separate and distinct lobbies will be built, offering residences a great deal of convenience. Original marbled walls will line the lobbies, which will offer 24-hour concierge and security for residents.
Formerly student housing for Emerson College, the nation’s only four-year college devoted exclusively to the study of communication and performing arts. With star-studded alum like Conan O’Brien, Jay Leno and Dennis Leary, Ten West Street is one of Boston’s hottest construction projects in what is now known as The Alley.
The Midtown area is located in the heart of Boston and is bordered by the Boston Common to the West, the Financial District to the North, and Chinatown and Bay Village to the South. The Ritz Carlton, together with W Boston, Millennium Place, 45 Province and Millennium Tower are remaking the Boston skyline in Midtown. These large scale residential developments are making Midtown an exciting, vibrant 24 hour neighborhood. No. 9 Park, Teatro, Cafe Nero, Artisan Bistro and Legal Seafood are great nearby dining options. Ten West Street is easy walking distance to Boston Common, Beacon Hill and Back Bay.
Ten West Street is located next to major transportation points. Just outside of your front door, you are steps away from the Boston Common, the oldest community park in the country. With easy access to the MBTA, you can quickly get to the city’s surrounding neighborhoods – but with such close proximity to the Theater District, Leather District, Beacon Hill and Back Bay – there is just no reason anyone would need to leave.
3 bedroom sold in Ten West Average sold price - $1,699,333 ($445 / sqft)
|$4,500,000||4 / 3 / 1||4,902||04/15/2014||$918/SF|
|$523,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,543||12/02/2012||$339/SF|
|2||$75,000||3 / 1 / 0||944||12/28/2011||$79/SF|