The Carlton House, formerly known as the Old Ritz, is located at the entrance of the Boston Public Garden, between Commonwealth Ave and Newbury Street. Residents have the privilege of living in one of Boston’s historic buildings. The Carlton House, built in 1864, was originally 5 townhouses. It was converted in 1981, under the leadership of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Architects, into 53 luxury residential units ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms. Since then, owners have renovated and added modern fixtures to units to keep them updated. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide natural light and great views of the bustling neighborhood.
The adjacent Taj Hotel services the residences at Carlton House. These services include 24-hour concierge, room service, house keeping, and valet parking. Steps away from the front door is Boston’s renowned Newbury Street, where residents can find some of the most popular shops and restaurants in the city. The prime location of the building also give residents the ability to not only easily explore Back Bay, but also walk to the South End, Downtown Crossing, Chinatown, and Beacon Hill. The nearby Arlington T stops provides rapid transportation to other neighborhoods in the city