Historic architecture and a spirit of individuality converge to create luxury loft living in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. This address first garnered attention in 1989 when Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Frank O. Gehry added the signature cantilevered canopy and transformed the 1918 landmark into an icon. Building on this legacy, the ADD Inc team converted the top five floors of underperforming office space into a premier residential address. Deep floor plates, large industrial windows, and 12-foot ceilings provided the ideal framework for elegant loft living. Finely detailed interiors combine sophisticated finishes and top of the line appliances to distinguish 360 Newbury Street in Boston’s competitive condominium market.
Client: Boston Residential Group, LLC
Density: 151 units per acre
Exterior photography by Dave Desroches
Interior photography by Lucy Chen