The Albert Pope Building
Located on the boundry between Boston's Back Bay and South End real estate market, the historic Albert Pope building was constructed in the late 19th century and originally served as a factory for Albert Pope, often considered the father of the American bicycle. The building was later converted into a publishing company before eventually being converted into a full service, concierge residential building with loft style units.
This exceptional building offers buyers 25 residences. Residents enjoy open floor plans, high ceilings, hardwood floors, fireplaces and a traditional design throughout. The kitchens are all top of the line and stainless steel and chef caliber.
The building also houses one of Boston's best restaurants, Mistral, on the first floor. If you don't feel like gourmet French dining, there are numerous other five star restaurants within moments of your front door.