Originally constructed in 1954, the property was originally used by Columbia Pictures as a film storage location, and soon became known in the neighborhood as simply, “The Columbia”.
Restored in 2003, Stonegate added a third floor to the building and constructed eight distinctive and roomy two-bedroom condominiums.
These exceptionally crafted residences boast maple flooring, cherry cabinetry, gourmet granite kitchens, hardwood floors with inlay borders and an impressive contemporary design.
With open kitchen plans, luxury master suites with walk-in closets, gas fireplaces, private outdoor decks, and indoor parking, The Columbia continues to make its exciting mark in the neighborhood.
The Columbia is just a short walk to The Public Garden, dozens of fine restaurants, and Boston’s legendary Theater District.