The Avery Corridor is Making Downtown Crossing the Best Place to Live in Boston

A block off the Common on Avery Street, Millennium Partners has been setting the tone, and creating one of Boston’s premier mixed-use neighborhoods what Bostonians call today, the Avery Corridor. As defined by its Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences, the state-of-the-art Sports Club/LA and the Lowes Multiplex Theater, the developer labored to build a living urbanism that gives way to a new kind of lifestyle. The final piece to this ambitious endeavor is the upcoming Millennium Place, which embodies the concept of a new Bostonian urbanism, combining award-winning design with 5 star service, amenities and world-class social programming.

As a result, Avery Corridor has become the model of success that is helping to drive the rejuvenation of downtown Boston. The housing market has grown at a rate of 117% along Washington Street, which connects the Theater, Ladder, and Financial District’s, as well as Downtown Crossing. And, it is forecasted to continue as many more Boston luxury residences and apartments are planned and currently under construction. Thanks to recent developments, Suffolk University and Emerson College have consolidated campuses in here, which continues to fuel much of the areas transformation. With impressive market strengths and trends on the rise, a population increase, and with growing cultural and entertainment possibilities, this idea of a living urbanism is realer than ever. And, it’s happening now in Downtown Crossing, along the Avery Corridor.