Boston architecture and interior design firm ONY sent over these photos of the finished product of five to six months of customization work on a 38th-floor unit in (for now) Boston’s tallest residential spire: Downtown Crossing’s Millennium Tower.
ONY’s client wanted to customize the entire spread, which the client purchased for around $2.4 million. Like just about every condo in the 442-unit tower, this one was sold as pretty much a shell, with any such customization up to the buyer
Take a look around. This is one of the deepest dives into Millennium Tower since its portentous opening in 2016.
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