Millennium Place Opens Its Doors

0
Posted October 23, 2013 by Jason Balla in Business
Millennium Place Open

The much-anticipated Millennium Place opening tour, directed by Richard Baumert of Millennium Partners, gave us a taste of the caliber of living residents will experience. At the end of the Avery Corridor, Millennium brings their one-of-a-kind “Buyer’s Experience” to Downtown Crossing, and what an experience it is. “That experience has to be consistently good,” explained Baumert, “We do everything, which is not typical. We entitle the project, we build the project, we sell the project, we manage the project, and, in this case, we put our name on the project.”

Through the glass doors on Washington, on the other side of the downtown hustle, the first stop is The Club, the social hub of Millennium Place. Between a glimmering fireplace on the right and a stylish bar on the left, a spacious Owner’s Lounge contains contemporary seating areas framed by a floor-to-ceiling glass window wall. Behind closed double doors is a private dining room, which will be serviced by Legal Crossing (LX), the on-site luxury restaurant designed exclusively for Millennium Place by Legal Sea Foods’ Roger Berkowitz. In fact, Roger will be the first speaker to host a Fireside Chat in the building, one of the ongoing social events that make up Millennium’s immersive social calendar, La Vie.

Millennium Place La Vie

La Vie offers residents of Millennium Partners’ properties a way to connect with their neighbors and experience the culture and lifestyle of their city in a way only Millennium can offer. Photo courtesy of Millennium Place.

With three years of proven success, La Vie offers residents of Millennium Partners’ properties a way to connect with their neighbors and experience the culture and lifestyle of their city in a way only Millennium can offer. According to Baumert, the program was born from “a want and desire for people to connect.” La Vie includes weekly movie nights in The Club’s cushy 16-seat screening room, monthly Mix & Mingle nights, Fireside Chats with notable guests, behind-the-scenes insider excursions around town and much, much more.

Millennium Place also has a unique connection with the Sports Club/LA, including an in-house SC/LA designed-and-operated fitness center, access to the 114,000 sq. ft. facility across the street, La Vie health and wellness forums with industry experts, and round-the-clock digital access to trainer videos and workout routines.

Millennium Place Unit

Only two of this particular model are still on the market. In fact, as move-ins begin, Millennium Place is already 85 percent sold. Photo courtesy of Millennium Place.

After The Club, we catch the elevator to the third floor where Baumert gives us a tour of a three-bedroom, 1,900 sq. ft. residence that’s priced at a cool $2.2 million. The unit offers a view directly down the Avery Corridor through floor-to-ceiling window walls, a spacious living room and kitchen, two bedrooms with on-suite bathrooms, and a third converted to a study. Only two of this particular model are still on the market. In fact, as move-ins begin, Millennium Place is already 85 percent sold. Which is no surprise. Once you discover the Millennium lifestyle, you don’t want to leave. I sure didn’t. By the tour’s end, it was utterly apparent that Boston has never seen the likes of Millennium Place. Its design is incredible, and the amenities are spectacular, but the lifestyle experience is certainly unmatched.

Millennium Place is designed by Handel Architects and features one, two, and three-bedroom residences ranging from 775 to 2360 sq. ft., with a starting price of $750,000.


0 Comments



Be the first to comment!


You must be logged in to post a comment.