The building at 401 West First Street is home to 45 units of condo-style apartments, and it differs from other high-end living areas in Boston in several key ways. The building itself is a fairly low structure when taken in comparison to most other luxury apartment complexes in the city, standing at an average height of just under feet. Floor plans for the apartments include one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom units, permitting different living arrangements than one might find in condos in the city, which often only have one- and two-bedroom units.
The complex's structure is comprised of four sections that are united by a single foundation. One benefit of this layout is that the building is host to four separate roof decks. The apartments at 401 West First Street were built with large, glass windows, permitting tenants to take in Boston's impressive skyline.
Construction of 401 West First Street was completed in the middle of 2015, so residents can rest assured knowing that everything within the building is brand new. Every apartment has hardwood flooring installed. Layouts for the apartments place an emphasis on open designs, and they provide lots of available space. Each unit features stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops, and the European kitchens are a cook's delight.
The building is home to a common courtyard, and residents with pets can bring them too, thanks to the complex's pet-friendly policy. Residents with an artistic bent can display their works at the building's designated space.
Penthouses at 401 West First Street have directed access to the roof decks, and their residents can keep their cars in the building's heated, indoor parking area. The building's king-size master suites have glass steam showers and polished fittings in the bathrooms, providing a heightened sense of style and comfort.
The latest tech features on display at 401 West First Street. Thermostats in the unit are installed with the popular Nest home automation system. Each apartment also has a high-end audio system available.
The complex has a total of 63 parking spaces, and residents also have the chance to use Zipcar service. Bike racks are also available for tenants who wish to get about the city on two wheels.