Millennium Place Will Unveil New Restaurant Concept at Opening

Posted June 5, 2013 by Jason Balla in Business
Millennium Place

More exciting news continues to develop downtown at the corner of Avery Street and Washington Street. Millennium Partners, developer of award-winning projects in Boston and around the country, today announced that they will be partnering with Roger Berkowitz, Legal Sea Foods CEO, to introduce a new restaurant concept at Millennium Place on that very corner of Avery and Washington, near Downtown Crossing. The building will be home to a new restaurant, named Legal Crossing (LX), which will open this fall in conjunction with Millennium Place.  The fastest-selling luxury residential building in Boston’s history, Millennium Place is already 64 percent sold since the opening of the sales center in mid-October 2012.

The LX name derives from the modern resurgence of Downtown Crossing and represents an upscale, one-off concept from Legal Sea Foods.  The popular restaurant group is rich with Boston history dating back more than 60 years.  LX will serve the public at its street-level location while also giving exclusive amenities to the residents of Millennium Place.

Millennium Partners approached Berkowitz because of his well-earned reputation as a successful, forward thinking restaurant entrepreneur.  “We are very excited about this partnership at Millennium Place.  Our shared commitment to setting the highest of standards in each of our fields makes ours a natural and complimentary relationship in this pairing of crisp new concepts,” said Richard Baumert, partner at Millennium Partners.

Private Dining Room

LX will serve Private Dining and Wine Tasting Room at The Club at Millennium Place. Photo Courtesy of Millennium Place

LX will be yet another exclusive feature of Millennium Place, which features 256 luxurious modern urban homes. The building offers one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, which vary in size from 775 square feet to 2,360 square feet.  It also features 14 penthouses, many with private terraces. Residences range in price from $615,000 to $3.5 million.  For residents, LX will provide an exclusive menu and service The Club at Millennium Place. The Club features an owner’s lounge, private dining room, screening room, children’s room, al fresco garden, and a Sports Club/LA-designed and operated fitness center.

“Millennium Place is going to be a one-of-a-kind residential property in Boston,” said Berkowitz. “And LX will be a unique concept that offers a singular experience spawning from our commitment to quality and freshness.  We look forward to contributing to the vibrant renewal and re-fresh of the Downtown Crossing neighborhood.”


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