16 Harcourt Street, Unit 9A, MA , Boston 02116
“The Residences af Copley Place” enjoy a privileged location between the Back Bay and South End neighborhoods, in a green oasis on the corner of tree-lined Harcourt Street and the Southwest Corridor Park. An additional benefit to the building’s location, appreciated by all residents, is the underground direct access to Copley Square Mall and the Back Bay station. There is no finer setting from which to explore the world-class restaurants, shopping and entertainment possibilities this city has to offer. The Southwest Corridor Park is a 4.1 mile, linear park stretching from the Back Bay to Forest Hills. The park links South End, Back Bay, Roxbury and Jamaica Plain with a street-level, greenway. Recreational facilities include: 11 playgrounds, 2 spray pools, 7 basketball courts, 5 tennis courts, 2 street hockey rinks, 2 amphitheaters, and 6 miles of trails. Additional information can be found on the following website: Southwest Corridor Park.
This mid-rise nine-story elevator building offers 104 homes, 24-hour concierge and on-site professional management. Resales are rare, averaging two sales per year over the last ten years. The opportunity to purchase the desirable Penthouse A is rarer still, as this home was last sold 20 years ago. Making the penthouse level so coveted are captivating views over the South End rooftops to the Blue Hills. Penthouse A has a corner location that adds Back Bay skyline views to this panorama. From dawn to dusk, this ever-changing spectacle can be enjoyed from all principal rooms of this renovated two-bedroom, two bathroom, 1,290sf* square foot residence. Completing this exceptional living experience is a private storage room on the penthouse level, and a parking space in the onsite garage.
This is a cooperative building. Buyers in cooperative buildings become shareholders in the cooperative. Shareholders have a proprietary lease associated with the unit in which they reside. Buyers must be approved by the cooperative’s board of trustees. This cooperative does not allow purchases by, or for, undergraduate students. In a cooperative, a portion of the monthly fees paid by homeowners/shareholders covers real estate taxes that are paid by the cooperative for the entire building (and not paid individually by each owner/shareholder). This cooperative does not allow dogs, but does allow one cat per unit.