Boston is a globally-beloved city on an ever-upward trajectory and, as its center of gravity has shifted south and east in recent years, no location has benefited more from the recent boom in civic and private investment than that of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Boston, South Station Tower. The vortex of growth is firmly centered around South Station Tower, with the newest and most exciting neighborhood amenities mere minutes away.
Whether you’re returning from a business trip to New York, leaving for a ski trip to Vermont, or simply running a local errand, South Station Tower provides easy, time-saving arrival and departure by any mode or method of transportation, with direct access to New England’s most connected transit hub, immediate vehicular access to I-90, I-93 and the Ted Williams Tunnel, private parking, and designated taxi/rideshare pick-up and drop-off.
In addition to being located among and within minutes of the city's most sought-after points of interest, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Boston, South Station Tower occupies the uppermost part of a vertical community offering residents a variety of choices for dining, outdoor, recreational, restorative, fitness and wellness experiences, as well as conveniences including private self-parking.
Homeownership at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Boston, South Station Tower provides residents and their guests access to the beautifully landscaped private Sky Park on the 11th floor, as well as expansive 36th-floor Club terraces boasting sweeping views from hundreds of feet above the city.
South Station Tower features a variety of on-site dining offerings, from grab-and-go, to private dining, to a terraced, full-service restaurant on the 9th floor. You’ll find first-rate food trucks galore along the entire Greenway, including just outside your front door at the lovely Dewey Square Park.
All that a family needs for daily living and much more can be found within and just beyond South Station Tower. A few short blocks away, the Seaport offers a wide variety of retail options, from well-loved brands like Rag & Bone, LuluLemon and Sephora, to fun concept stores such as Little Words Project.
From haircare and makeup to skincare and fragrance, Bluemercury in the Seaport District has you covered.
As one might expect from the Commonwealth’s capital city, Boston is replete with world-class cultural institutions—with some of the best just minutes away. The striking, Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed Institute of Contemporary Art boasts cutting-edge exhibitions and a brilliantly-curated permanent collection anchored by 20th and 21st-century works by women.
As befits a new icon within a city steeped in history, South Station Tower looks onto the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, located on Fort Point Channel, commemorating one of the most pivotal moments in American history and offering interactive educational experiences as well as full-size replicas of 18th-century vessels.