The Albert A. Pope Building, or 221 Columbus Avenue is a boutique luxury loft style building located in the Back Bay and bordering the South End. The complex dates back to the late 1800’s and was converted in the late 1990’s. The Albert A. Pope Building is home to 25 condominiums over 7 floors. The Albert A. Pope Building is professionally managed and pet friendly. The Albert A. Pope Building features underground – heated – garage parking with a private entrance elevator, concierge, storage and one of Boston’s finest restaurants, Mistral at your doorstep. The Albert A. Pope Building also features a great entertaining common roof deck with a viking gas grill and kitchenette with amazing city skyline views.
Floor plans vary within The Albert A. Pope Building from 2-, 3-, or even 4- bedrooms. The sizes of these homes range from 1700 – 3500 Square feet of loft-style space. These are loft- like apartments that offer wood burning fireplaces, open loft concept living/dining rooms, 11+ foot ceilings, dramatic window sizes, hardwood floors, in unit washer/dryers and central air.
Located in the Back Bay, cultural aficionados take note: Albert A. Pope Building is within the tempting reach of the city’s best restaurants, museums and nightclubs, not to mention within a stone’s throw from Logan Airport for easy access to international travel. Moments to all parts of the city and major transportation points including the Massachusetts turnpike, Interstate 93, Storrow Drive and T-station hubs.
Beginning in 1857 and continuing until 1880, the Back Bay, the body of water separating Boston from Brookline, was filled, adding 450 acres of land to the city of Boston. Today it stands as one of the City’s premiere neighborhoods. Marked by historic and exclusive boulevards, such as Newbury Street and Commonwealth Avenue, the Back Bay is home to the northern portion of the City’s Emerald Necklace, the green space that threads its way through the inner core of the city.
The neighborhood is also one of the busiest retail sections of Boston, with a thriving commercial center along Boylston and Newbury Streets, and including the nearby Prudential Center and Copley Place.
2 bedroom sold in The Albert A. Pope Building Average sold price - $1,801,847 ($994 / sqft)
|702||$2,350,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,857||02/01/2018||$1,265/SF|
|404||$2,060,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,869||07/14/2015||$1,102/SF|
|304||$1,945,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,867||04/15/2016||$1,042/SF|
|602||$1,790,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,690||04/03/2015||$1,059/SF|
|404||$1,997,500||2 / 2 / 0||1,869||03/05/2015||$1,069/SF|
|703||$1,625,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,919||03/29/2012||$847/SF|
|702||$1,625,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,857||06/20/2012||$875/SF|
|204||$1,445,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,863||08/28/2013||$776/SF|
|403||$1,563,100||2 / 2 / 0||1,505||09/09/2015||$1,039/SF|
|201||$1,617,870||2 / 2 / 0||1,877||10/01/2014||$862/SF|
3 bedroom sold in The Albert A. Pope Building Average sold price - $1,502,500 ($832 / sqft)
|601||$1,930,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,877||03/18/2016||$1,028/SF|
|302||$1,075,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,691||10/20/2011||$636/SF|
Beginning in 1857 and continuing until 1880, the Back Bay, the body of water separating Boston from Brookline, was filled, adding 450 acres of land to the city of Boston. Today it stands as one of the City's premiere neighborhoods...