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Cool off in Boston: Residential Pools that really make a splash | By Rachel Bakish

With summer heat in full swing, the allure of a refreshing pool increases exponentially. With record-breaking heat waves in our midst, the luxury of having a pool can begin to feel like a necessity. Fortunately, pools have become one of the top amenities in this boom of luxury residential condo developments. With additional buildings popping up every six months, buyers have more options than ever when shopping for a residence with a pool.

If you are looking for a place for you and your friends to cool off and make a splash during the summer, check out these buildings that have pools that go above and beyond:


The Millennium Tower


The 75’ indoor lap pool on the 10th floor is only matched by the relaxing steam room and resident-only bar to enjoy afterward.

Learn more about The Millennium Tower >




This “urban resort” offers three distinctive pool experiences to enjoy. The building is in pre-sales and will open in the fall of 2019.

Learn more about Echelon Seaport >


Ink Block

Ink Block, South End

A skyline pool & outdoor lounge offer endless summer entertainment. Cornhole/Bags courts are set up for your enjoyment next to the pool deck.

Learn more about Ink Block >


The Somerset

Upper Back Bay, Back Bay

One of the only full-service Back Bay buildings with an outdoor, in-ground private pool for residents.

Learn more about The Somerset >


One Dalton

Prudential, Back Bay

The new Four Seasons boasts an indoor 65 foot lap pool encased by floor-to-ceiling windows.

Learn more about One Dalton >


The Pierce


On the 30th floor, this roof-top pool allows residents to enjoy unobstructed views of the Boston skyline. Private rooftop cabanas offer a great space to host friends and family for residents here.

Learn more about The Pierce >


If you are interested in moving to one of these exclusive buildings or just want to learn more about your options in the city, let us know. Don’t be afraid to jump in—the water’s fine!