Millennium Tower Boston – Condo Sales and Construction Update

Millennium Tower Boston is making progress! 2014 is going to be a very exciting year for real estate and development in the Boston area. One project in particular, Millennium Tower Boston, will reshape the Boston skyline, and add nearly 500 new luxury condo residences to the Boston real estate market.

Groundbreaking at Millennium Tower Boston took place in September 2013, and the developers have already made great progress with the construction. As you can see from the image below, the Burnham Building (phase 1 of construction) has been encased in a wall of glass, and construction and renovations of the building’s interior have been well underway. The Burnham Building was home to the old Filene’s Basement department store, and will now be the new home to over 90,000 square-feet of retail space, including a 30,000 square-foot Roche Bros. Supermarket.

The site of the Millennium Tower Boston condo development will be adjacent to the Burnham Building, as can be seen in the following image. The development will contain nearly 500 luxury residential condos, with unbeatable views, and a wide array of amenities.  Due to several factors, including low inventory in the Boston residential condo market, the condos at Millennium Tower Boston are anticipated to be in extremely high demand.   Although the project isn’t expected to be completed until 2015, buyers could be able to place purchase reservations on these condos as early as May 1st of this year!  The most recent condo development to open its sales center to buyers was at Sepia, the Condos at Ink Block (South End).  When the sales center at Ink Block opened in the fall of 2013, more than 33% of all of the condos were spoken for by the first weekend of offering.  Don’t miss out on a fantastic opportunity to purchase a condo at Millennium Tower Boston. Please contact Boston Condo Group today, through our Millennium Tower page, to receive updates on the construction, and also be placed on the condo reservation mailing list.

 

 

Photo by Architectural Rendering (the Boston Herald)

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