Frank Gehry-Designed Residences Continue to Dazzle Boston

Situated in the pulse of the Back Bay where Newbury Street meets the Massachusetts Avenue, the residences at 360 Newbury St. continue to enchant Boston’s skyline and urban-dwelling professionals alike. The condominiums were designed by one of the world’s foremost architects, Frank Gehry, who renovated the building in 2005 to create more than 54 new condominium units (from one-, two- and three-bedrooms to duplexes and penthouses) available for sale in 2006.

In addition to being outfitted with luxurious amenities — Sub-Zero refrigerators, ArcLinea cabinetry and Carrara marble come standard in each unit— the homes feature panoramic views of Boston’s treasured outposts, such as Fenway Park, the Charles River and the Public Garden. Cultural aficionados take note: 360 Newbury Street is within the tempting reach of the city’s best restaurants, museums and nightclubs, not to mention within a stone’s throw from Logan Airport for easy access to international travel. Residents can also take advantage of the building’s on-call concierge, where every whim and request will be fulfilled.

While most of the building’s units are privately owned (sale prices range from $600,000 to $3 million), there are some available for rent, with prices ranging from $3,000 for a small one bedroom to more than $10,000 for a spacious loft. All units are managed and sold through independent real estate brokerages.

A residence at 360 Newbury Street might be just perfect for the come — and go jet set crowd — but living at 360 Newbury Street is a vacation in its own right. With all that it has to offer, won’t you stay awhile?

The Residences at 360 Newbury Street, 360 Newbury St., 1.888.249.7041