With sweeping views of the city, this 64-foot pool is perfect for floating or swimming laps. It’s slightly curved to match the style of the building and lounge chairs and tables line the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Millennium Tower transformed downtown Boston and had a short reign as the tallest building until One Dalton’s completion last year. A shimmering glass sculpture in the sky, it boasts unrivaled views and endless amenities including the 75′ indoor competition-length lap pool beautifully accented by soaring 23′ ceilings and sunlit windows.
Located in the heart of the city, and just blocks away from the Park, Beacon Hill, and The Financial District, 45 Province offers state-of-the-art luxury city living for its residents such as its four-season pool.
The Ritz name is synonymous with prestige. Residents enjoy full-service options offered to hotel guests, such as room service, cleaning, and valet parking. Building amenities include a 100,000 square foot sports and spa facility (run by Equinox) complete with an indoor lap pool.
Slated to open later this year, the Quinn is being touted as the most luxurious condo in the South End. It will offer the neighborhood’s first indoor residential pool and a wraparound shared terrace on the 12th floor.
Across the harbor in East Boston lies The Eddy, a luxury apartment building offering unrivaled views and amenities including an outdoor terrace with a pool and sun deck, grilling stations, and a fireplace.
Last, but definitely not least is the Echelon (anticipated 2020 opening) which offers residences not one, but two signature outdoor pools, an indoor pool, expansive sun decks, engaging courtyards, and oversized private terraces.