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Midtown lies near the Boston Common (the first Public Park in America), and is home to many luxurious high-rise condos and apartment residence buildings. Some of the best known condos are Millennium Place, Millennium Tower, and The Ritz-Carlton, 45 Province, and Grandview. For a more affordable condo building in this area, take a look at Tremont on the Commons.
The Theater District is located nearby, and includes the historic Boston Opera House, Wang Center, Emerson College’s ornate Cutler Majestic Theatre. Comedy and musical acts perform at the Wilbur Theatre, the Orpheum Theatre (built in 1852 and one of the nation’s oldest theaters), and the Charles Playhouse. Midtown offers several fine restaurants, trendy night spots and clubs. Residents have easy access to Boston’s multi level 160,000 square foot Equinox Fitness, Yoga and Pilates Center in the Ritz Towers on Avery Street.
Parts of Emerson College, Suffolk University, New England School of Law and Tufts Medical are located in this neighborhood. Residents can enjoy all four seasons with the Frog Pond outdoor ice skating rink, the famous Swan Boats and many more activities at the Boston Common and Public Garden. Condos in this area make up a large majority of the residential inventory, and you can see below that the health of the Midtown market is clearly reflected in the average sold prices of $1.7M+.
Based on walkscore.com Midtown is a walker’s paradise, scoring 99 of 100. There’s a wide variety of fine dining available, and many lively night spots.
Midtown Real Estate Pricing – 2021 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $1,726,930
Average Price / SF: $1,144
Average Days to Offer: 139
Property data provided by MLSPIN.