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The Towers at Longfellow

72 Staniford St., Boston, Massachusetts

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The Towers at Longfellow
72 Staniford St., Boston, Massachusetts
Neighborhood: Boston - West End
Number of Units: 710

Prices as of 5/22/2024*

Studios: $2,570 - $3,140
1 Bedroom: $3,470 - $4,105
2 Bedrooms: $4,610 - $4,895
3 Bedrooms: $5,735 - $6,050
* Rent prices for units in luxury buildings change frequently subject to floor level, view, floor plan, and market conditions. Call for latest pricing.

The Towers at Longfellow Amenities

Air Conditioning
Clubhouse with Game Room
Concierge Service
Covered parking
Fitness center
Full service pet care
Furnished Units*
Granite Counter-tops*
Heated Pool
Large Private Balcony*
Laundry facilities
Linen Closet(s)*
Media room
On Site Dog Park
On Site Restaurants
Package services
Seaport and City Views*
Smoke Free Living
Storage Space
Updated Kitchen and Bathroom*
Valet Laundry Service
Walk in Closets*
Pet Policy: Breed restrictions, $500 pet deposit, $50 for cat and $75 for a dog per month

Property Description

Nestled in the heart of Boston’s historic West End, The Towers at Longfellow Apartments offers an enviable lifestyle in perhaps the city’s most desirable neighborhood. Home to a plethora of dining, recreation, and entertainment options, this location is ideal to fully experience the vibrant Boston life. The Towers at Longfellow is adjacent to exciting leisure opportunities including the TD Garden, the North End’s renowned Italian cuisine, and the Museum of Science. Moreover, residents enjoy easy access to Massachusetts General Hospital and different T line stations, making this a premier choice for a fulfilling urban lifestyle.

Living at The Towers at Longfellow Apartments is nothing short of exceptional. The Towers at Longfellow takes pride in its luxurious amenities and outstanding service. The heated swimming pool, the largest across any Boston apartment community, is a unique offering, while the impressive interiors further elevate the living experience. All things considered, this is where the ultimate urban living experience resides.

The Towers at Longfellow’s community amenities are a testament to its commitment to providing a rich, comfortable, and conducive environment for residents. The top-notch facilities available for use include a 24-hour fitness center with virtual fitness and yoga classes, an energy star certified building, an expansive outdoor heated pool, an underground parking garage, a clubhouse with a game and media room, an on-site dog park, package service with notifications, outdoor grilling areas, an EV charging station, resident events, and so much more. Not to mention the convenience of on-site restaurants and the West End Market right within the premises.

The apartment amenities themselves are a blend of luxury, style, and practicality. These include renovated homes with large private balconies, hard surface flooring, walk-in closets, kitchens with dishwashers and built-in microwaves, air conditioning, additional storage options, and seaport and city views. High-end finishes such as granite countertops and Mecho window shades add to the appeal.

Furthermore, The Towers at Longfellow Apartments truly believes in creating communities. The resident benefits are geared towards fostering a sense of belonging while providing maximum convenience. These include a satisfaction guarantee program, easy online payments, a resident profile for better interaction with neighbors, a resident referral program, automatic approval with Cort Furniture and a smooth and helpful transfer program.

In essence, The Towers at Longfellow Apartments in Boston’s West End offers a living experience that is second to none. With its commitment to provide great lifestyles in places people most want to live, work, and play, The Towers at Longfellow is more than just a place to live – it’s a place to belong.

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