The Sudbury condominiums are part of the Bulfinch Crossing development located at 1 Congress Street in downtown Boston. The Sudbury was the first residential tower at Bulfinch Crossing. The space is designed by Boston-based CBT and is a 480-foot tall contemporary glass tower that consists of 55 luxury condominiums for sale, and 368 luxury rental units. It is one of the most extravagant residential buildings to be constructed throughout the city of Boston. There are a total of 5 uniquely distinctive floor plans to select from amongst the 55 luxury condominium residences. These condominiums range between 1,738 – 2,766 square feet in size, and offer both generous and efficient layouts for residents. The Sudbury is composed of 2 beds/2 baths to 3 beds + study/3.5 baths with only 5 units per level, thus creating breathtaking views from every home.
Each of the 55 residences is comprised of elegantly handsome kitchens, sleek spa-like bathrooms, and numerous luxury features such as considerate window sizes, gas fireplaces, thoughtfully engineered hardwood floors, vented dryers, and built-in wet bars for select residences. The kitchens consist of custom Scavolini cabinetry with tempered glass upper cabinets, Kallista fixtures, quartz countertops with Calacatta veining, and a full Gaggenau appliance package, including an 18” wine refrigerator, warming drawer, steam oven, integrated refrigerator with French doors, and instant hot/cold water dispensing capabilities. The bathrooms feature open and spacious shower space, more custom Scavolini cabinetry, polished quartz countertops, and Kallista fixtures, as well as Calacatta marble tile and Kohler fixtures. Residents of The Sudbury condominium residences have access to an enclave of luxury amenities totaling to 25,000 square feet in size, which include a private entry, 24/7 concierge, 1,000 car garage, clubroom and lounge with a wraparound deck, private dining room with a chef’s kitchen, meeting room, 9th floor outdoor pool and deck, fitness center, golf simulator, children’s playroom, yoga room, dog run and pet spa, 32nd floor interior sky lounge plus exterior sky deck, and the 48th floor private rooftop garden with a fireplace, fire pit, and two gas grills. 4,000 square feet of this luxury amenity space, including the 48th floor rooftop garden, are exclusively for the residents of the 55 condominium residences.
Bulfinch Crossing enjoys one of the most dynamic locations in Boston. Steps to the T-stops at Haymarket (Orange and Green Lines), historic North End with over 100 restaurants as well as the Financial District, MGH, Boston Common, and the Esplanade all within a 5-10 minute walk. Shops and dining on nearby Beacon Hill are just a short walk away, and Boston’s Waterfront is easily accessible to residents. Major transportation such as the T, commuter rail at North Station, and access to Route 93 and the Mass Pike make Bulfinch Crossing an ideal Boston location. Beside The Sudbury is One Congress, which features 1,000,000 square feet of impeccably designed high-end office space. State Street Corporation is responsible for One Congress and worked alongside the world-renowned architects of Pelli Clarke Pelli.
3 bedroom pending in The Sudbury Condominiums Average asking price - $9,500,000 ($2,367 / sqft)
|4703-4||$9,500,000||4 / 4 / 2||4,013||$2,367/SF|
2 bedroom pending in The Sudbury Condominiums Average asking price - $3,000,000 ($1,623 / sqft)
|3705||$3,000,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,848||$1,623/SF|
3 bedroom sold in The Sudbury Condominiums Average sold price - $5,550,000 ($2,306 / sqft)
|4701||$6,500,000||4 / 3 / 1||2,766||06/02/2021||$2,350/SF|
|4702||$5,600,000||3 / 2 / 1||2,315||09/30/2021||$2,419/SF|
|4602||$5,500,000||3 / 2 / 1||2,315||09/15/2021||$2,376/SF|
|4302||$5,400,000||3 / 2 / 1||2,315||10/28/2021||$2,333/SF|
|4002||$4,750,000||3 / 2 / 1||2,315||08/02/2021||$2,052/SF|
2 bedroom sold in The Sudbury Condominiums Average sold price - $3,725,000 ($1,855 / sqft)
|3704||$4,250,000||2 / 2 / 1||2,275||06/18/2021||$1,868/SF|
|3703||$3,200,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,738||06/18/2021||$1,841/SF|
President Carmela Laurella refers to the Waterfront as Boston’s “Gold Coast,” a quarter-mile of high-end housing that features extravagant views, private boat docks, and spectacular condominium residences and townhouses...