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The Boston Common is often considered one of the most prestigious locations to live in America. It is also America's oldest public park. Some of nation's most luxurious highrises are located on the historic Boston Common, such as the Ritz, Grandview, Tremont on the Common, 1 Charles, and the Archstone. Tremont on the Common, located at 151 Tremont Street, has a 24hr doorman, concierge services, state-of-the-art fitness center, and a pool. The Parkside is another extremely nice option, and 1 bedroom condos for sale usually start around $450,000. Rentals in the Parkside usually start around $1500 for a studio, and $2,000 for a 1 bedroom.

The brand new Archstone Boston Common, is the only all rental full-service luxury building in the area. It has a 24hr doorman, fitness center, indoor pool, internet cafe, walnut hardwood floors, and laundry in the unit. Many units feature a private balcony, and offer spectacular views of the Boston Common, Back Bay, and the Boston Harbor. Rentals in the building usually start around $2500 for a 1 bedroom, and $3500 for a 2 bedroom. Condoss at the Grandview for sale usually start at over $1,000,000. 1 Charles St is another ultra modern full-service luxury building. It features a 24hr doorman, valet parking, and was built in 2004.

Condos for sale in the Ritz Carlton usually start in the high $500,000's, and condo fees usually start around $1,000/mo. Apartments for rent in the Ritz Carlton usually start around $3,500. The Ritz Carlton, located at 3 Avery Street, was built in 2000 & is one of Boston's most expensive luxury buildings. It features a 24hr doorman, award winning restaurant, as well as a Sports Club L. A. There is currently a penthouse available for rent at the Ritz Carlton for $30,000/mo. One bedroom condos in Tremont on the Common usually start around $450,000. The Grandview, located at 165 Tremont Street, has some of the most amazing views in downtown Boston. There is currently a 2-bedroom available for rent for $10,000/mo. The Parkside on the Common, at 170 Tremont St, features a 24hr concierge, valet parking, a gym, a roof deck, and some of the most incredible views in the downtown Boston area.

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