9 Arlington Street

This extraordinary corner address at 9 Arlington Street is located in Boston's desirable
Back Bay, and boasts commanding views of the Public Garden.


The residence was originally built and designed by architect Gridley J.F. Bryant in 1861 for Oliver Brewster, an insurance agent and the son-in-law of the founder of the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company.

9 Arlington Street remained a private home until 1919, when it was sold, along with its next-door neighbor at 8 Arlington Street, to the Atlantic Monthly Company. Both addresses served as the Atlantic Monthly’s general offices for the next 79 years until Stonegate acquired the property in 1999.

Beautifully renovated into 6 individual condominiums in 2001, these residences recall the grand elegance of a bygone era, but with the most exacting standards of modern luxury. Opulent three and four bedroom residences boast large living rooms, elegant dining rooms, fabulous state-of-the-art kitchens and handsome libraries.

Some of the amenities added in our renovation included lavish marble baths, multiple fireplaces, magnificent high ceilings, concierge services, direct elevator access and garage parking.