The Residences At The Harvard Club | 380Commonwealth Avenue
Designed by the preeminent architectural firm Peabody and Stearns and constructed in 1883, 380 Commonwealth Avenue was originally built as two attached brownstones in the Queen Anne style. In the 1930s the adjacent Harvard Club purchased the building for additional entertainment space and guest rooms. The Developers plan to return the interior of the property to its former elegance by reimagining the building into five luxurious condominiums, each enjoying spectacular frontage on the Commonwealth Avenue mall. Units will range in size from approximately 2,400 sf to 4,000 sf with a mix of single floor and duplex configurations. Prices start at $3,850,000.
Located in Boston’s most fashionable neighborhood, these spectacular residences will also include: exclusive address; large floor plans; great views and light; concierge services; deeded parking (two outdoor parking spaces per unit) with valet services; secure storage; outdoor terraces and decks; and full membership privileges at and a private entrance into the Harvard Club.