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One Charles

One Charles Boston

1 Charles St. South, Boston, MA 02116

Building Details

  • Neighborhood: Back Bay
  • Development Type: Luxury Condos
  • Stories: 16
  • Number of Units: 235
  • Uses: Mixed Use
  • Building Type: High Rise
  • Price Range: $859,000+
  • Year Built: 2005

Unit Information

  • Studio
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 2 Bedroom
  • 3 Bedroom
  • Penthouse


  • Exercise center equipped with sauna
  • Library
  • 24 hour concierge service
  • Doorman service
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pet care service
  • Garage parking


One Charles Boston, a Millennium Partners development (Ritz Carlton Residence, Millennium Place and Millennium Tower) is a luxury boutique community just off the Boston Garden/Common. This spectacular building, completed in 2005, is designed and constructed to the highest luxury condominium standards. Many units feature floor to ceiling windows, spectacular cityscape and Boston Common views, Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel applianced kitchens, marble bathrooms, as well as in unit washer/dryers. Residents of One Charles enjoy a private Club Room with a working gas fireplace and Plasma television.

Full services and lounges within the building give additional space to entertain guests. The private club room, for example, provides a leisurely place to spend time with friends and family. The function room and kitchen provide a larger space that you can use for special events. For a quiet space to read or to work, the library and boardroom are always available. To relax and unwind, you can access the sauna and fitness center that is open to all residences. Given the convenient location, many of the city’s high-end shops and restaurants are within walking distance. You can also easily access you car in the underground garage. The building is one of the most lavish in all of Boston, featuring modern and luxurious finishes and decor. Many units offer over-sized windows and terraces, hosting incredible views of the Common and Boston.