In the heart of Boston, where history meets innovation, a new chapter in luxury living unfolds with the grand debut of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Boston, South Station Tower. Developed by the globally renowned Hines, this architectural masterpiece elevates the city’s skyline and promises a residential experience that seamlessly blends opulence, technology, and a profound connection to Boston’s rich cultural tapestry. The recently unveiled sales gallery marks the initiation of sales and also offers a captivating preview into a world where luxury design, collaborative vision, and panoramic views converge to create the epitome of sophisticated urban living.
Spanning over 7,500 square feet, the sales gallery features three presentation rooms, architectural models, and a vast projection to visually communicate the project differentiators. The model residence, a creation of Jeffrey Beers International (JBI), showcases the prestigious design with floor-to-ceiling glass walls, model bathrooms, and kitchens, offering a glimpse into the unparalleled living experience awaiting future residents.
To celebrate this milestone, Hines hosted a panel discussion within the sales gallery, bringing together key collaborators. The panel included luminaries such as Sarah Hawkins of Hines, Fred Clarke of Pelli Clarke & Partners, and Dana Jacobsohn of Marriott International. The conversation, moderated by Tamara Small, CEO of NAIOP Massachusetts, provided insights into the vision, inspiration, and collaborative efforts behind the South Station Tower.
The South Station Tower, designed by Pelli Clarke & Partners, is poised to redefine the Boston skyline. With 166 luxury residential condominium homes, residents will enjoy unsurpassed panoramic views of the city and Boston Harbor through floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Jeffrey Beers, the mind behind JBI, drew inspiration from Boston’s rich history and cultural heritage, ensuring that the materiality and furnishings complement the cityscape.
Anticipated for delivery in 2025, the Ritz-Carlton Residences will offer residents exclusive access to a range of indoor and outdoor amenities. The 36th floor will host a fitness center, private outdoor pool, roof deck, sports simulator, and entertainment room. Additionally, a nearly one-acre private sky park on the 11th floor, designed by OJB Landscape Architecture, adds a touch of green luxury to urban living.
Cody Klein, Partner at OJB Landscape Architecture, emphasized the collaboration’s focus on balancing the historic past of South Station with a compelling vision for the future. The project integrates architecture and landscape seamlessly, creating large outdoor spaces and bringing much-needed greenery to the heart of the city.
Owners of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Boston, South Station Tower, are promised custom services that mirror the attention and convenience associated with the Ritz-Carlton brand. The exclusive sales and marketing agent, The Collaborative Companies, is now accepting appointments for reservations.
Beyond the residential development, the project includes a $150 million investment in expanding the existing bus terminal at South Station. The improvements include a larger bus terminal, updated train station concourse, and improved streetscapes, contributing to a vibrant and welcoming experience for both residents and visitors.