Welcome to the charming area of Back Bay Boston! As of the latest US census, around 21,060 call this area home and around 33% are homeowners. With an average age of 34, Back Bay Boston has a dynamic, and energetic population. In any given day, you’ll see parents taking their kids to school, staying active in the nearby parks, or simply enjoying the hustle and bustle of Back Bay Boston. Over the recent months roughly 55 homes have been sold with an average sold price of $2,100,880. That is an increase of $93,873 from the previous period.
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Back Bay Boston Mandarin Oriental Real Estate for Sale & Rent
The Mandarin Oriental Boston Residences are some of the most expensive condos in Boston and some of the most luxurious homes of any Boston neighborhood. The Boston-edition of the luxurious Mandarin Oriental condo-hotel line opened in 2008 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by then Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino. The Mandarin Oriental chose to align its signature oriental service excellence and distinct ‘East Meets West’ design to perhaps the most prestigious of all Boston neighborhoods, the Back Bay. Despite a fire during construction which delayed the opening of the Mandarin Oriental Boston condos, the building has emerged as one of the most expensive and luxurious properties in the Back Bay. Located at 776 Boylston St Boston MA 02199 near the intersection of Boylston St and Ring Rd adjacent to the famous Prudential Center tower, the Mandarin Oriental Boston is centrally located and a true anchor property in the Back Bay.
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