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Luxury Meets Sustainability at Boston’s Winthrop Center | By Rachel Bakish

The Winthrop Center, standing tall at 691 feet, has claimed its spot as the fourth tallest building in the city, and the tallest building in Boston that’s not in Back Bay.  Its impressive height isn’t just a numerical distinction; it’s a symbol of the city’s constant evolution and its commitment to modern urban living. With 317 thoughtfully designed residences and nearly a million square feet of commercial space, this mixed-use marvel promises to redefine the way Bostonians work, live, and play.

To truly grasp the grandeur of the Winthrop Center, our team took a firsthand look at the building and this is what stood out to us:



One of the most remarkable achievements of the Winthrop Center is its prestigious Passive House designation.  In a world where environmental consciousness is paramount, the Winthrop Center stands as a shining example of how architecture can harmonize with nature without compromising on style or functionality. This coveted recognition is not only a testament to the building’s exceptional sustainability practices and energy-efficient design, but also a nod to the future of Boston in terms of where developers will need to go. 


From luxurious residential spaces that redefine urban living to state-of-the-art facilities that cater to every need, the Winthrop Center ensures that its residents experience the epitome of modern comfort and convenience. 56,000 square feet of amenity spaces amaze at every turn. From the (not one but) TWO top-tier fitness spaces and 75′ competition-length indoor swimming pool (and hot tub!), to the sweeping outdoor spaces, owner’s restaurant, movie theater and media center, this is private club living in the sky!  These spaces were designed to give new definition and vitality to this part of the city for residents. 


The commercial hub for this development, Connector Hall, is also quite the feat spanning from Devonshire to Federal Street within Boston’s Financial District. This grand space is not only a practical connection between the two streets but also a hub of culinary delights. Five distinct restaurant concepts grace this hall, offering diverse culinary options for those who visit. However, it’s not just the gourmet offerings that leave visitors in awe; the double-height ceiling soaring over 50 feet creates an ambiance that’s nothing short of awe-inspiring.


Don’t miss out on the opportunity to become a part of this iconic landmark and elevate your urban living experience to new heights. 

One of our clients recently closed on a 3 bedroom unit on the 58th floor of the Winthrop Center overlooking the Boston Common and Charles River. These western facing views are protected for the long run and quintessentially Boston! 

Reach out to us today to learn more about available residences, pricing, and how you can secure your spot in Boston’s newest architectural masterpiece.