Details on the 360 Newbury Street condos (the

Tower (er, Virgin) Records building) were announced today in Boston Homes

magazine.

(I have no idea why they are advertising these as “lofts”.

I guess they have exposed duct-work and high ceilings, but beyond that, they’re just your basic

condo, from what I gather.)

Prices start at $600,000 for a one-bedroom, 850 square

foot unit.  There are one-beds with study and two-bedrooms, as well as several penthouses in

the $1 million range.  The model unit is 1200 square feet, and has gone under agreement for

over $1.38 million.

Here’s the introduction from their

website:

“For those in tune with current urban residential architecture, who

seek to live in buildings designed by the best–Gehry and compatriots such as Robert Stern and

Richard Meier–the conversion of 360 Newbury to luxury lofts represents a very special

opportunity.

Here on the corner of Mass Ave. and Newbury Street chic

gentility meets Generation X, and 360 Newbury presides over the eclectic convergence of

neighborhoods with undeniable architectural authority. This building has always had something to

say. Now it is making a new statement. It is being transformed into 54 stunning luxury lofts

available to a select number of discriminating residents. It’s time to make your own

statement.”

More information at www.360newbury.com (you have to sit through an annoying flash

presentation, first, before getting to the actual site).

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