The new Victor apartment tower at 110 Beverly Street near North Station, one of so many new apartments in Greater Boston, held an open house last week to show off its ADD Inc. architecture and its streetscape (as well as terrace) by Copley Wolff Design Group. The 366,000-square-foot development has 286 apartments as well as 17,000 square feet of retail space (4,000 of which has been leased by Tavern on the Square).
Studios at the Victor start around $2,800 a month; 1-BRs at around $3,000; and 2-BRs at $3,940. Being a modern Boston apartment complex, of course, there are also touches like bike storage (and a Hubway kiosk nearby), a fitness center with a glass-enclosed sports court, and plenty of common rooms for schmoozing. We should note that the Victor was at one point offering a run of free rent, like these complexes. It doesn't look like it is anymore.
· Website: the Victor [Simpson Property Group]
· 77 and Counting: Mapping the Hub's Rental Development [Curbed Boston]
· Where to Rent in Greater Boston Right Now [Curbed Boston]