931 Mass Ave
931 Mass Ave
Experience the beauty and convenience of one of Cambridge's premier condominiums. At 931 Massachusetts Avenue, residents can enjoy one of the area's top concierge buildings. Placed close to Central Square and Harvard Square, this complex boasts of beautiful designs and luxurious amenities. Placed within Cambridge, Massachusetts, it offers easy access to top restaurants, transportation options and shopping venues.
At the 931 Mass Ave Condos, residents can enjoy a number of amenities. Each condo is equipped with a washer and dryer unit. The entire complex is designed to be smoke free. For parking options, residents can enjoy having exclusive, covered parking spots. Depending on the condo, residents can enjoy having tree-top views toward the south.
Each condo boasts of a private entry for an exclusive, luxurious ambiance. The living rooms and dining rooms have been designed to be especially spacious. These sunny units include herringbone wood flooring. Bathrooms are designed with marble, and the master baths offer spa tubs. The corner units boast of windows on three sides with only one wall adjacent to other units.
Within the airy kitchens, residents will find granite tiles and stainless steel appliances. Extra deeded storage is also available for select condos. Spanning a total of 53 units, this sophisticated complex boasts of a private common garden. Only residents living in the building can access this garden space. To make life a little simpler, washers and dryers are in every unit. This full-service building offers luxurious concierge services and professional management. Many units include wall-to-wall carpeting or hardwood flooring. Bathrooms are typically outfitted in marble flooring.
Construction originally started on the complex in 1987. While the building was finished in 1989, it has been regularly renovated and updated since then. Spanning a total of 13 stories, it includes a common garage and common patio. A doorman and 24-hour security helps to provide a safe, comfortable environment.
Condos on the upper levels boast of sweeping, panoramic views of the city. This luxurious complex includes air conditioning and elevator access. This brick-sheathed, steel-frame building has a distinctive facade that makes it easy for residents to spot from a distance. The entrance lobby boasts of beautiful paneling. For added energy efficiency, the units are outfitted with insulated windows and doors.
This deco-inspired high-rise has high-end amenities like custom built-ins and marble bathrooms. Residents can enjoy having walk-in closets and modern kitchens. Units are offered with one or two bedrooms. Depending on the layout, residents will also find one or two bathrooms in their condo.
From the 931 Mass Ave Condos, residents can easily walk to Lesley University and Harvard Business School. It is only a few steps away from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Two T stops are placed nearby. From this central Cambridge location, residents can enjoy everything that the area has to offer.
From the 931 Mass Ave Condos, residents can easily reach Inman, Harvard and Central Square. In the mornings, residents can go for a jog along the Charles River. At night, Cambridge's top nightlife and entertainment options are close by. This high-energy area offers beautiful architecture and an intellectual atmosphere.
Situated across the Charles River from Boston, Cambridge is home to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. Start-ups and innovative entrepreneurs can be found around the Kendall Square area.
For green spaces, residents can check out the many open spaces that dot university campuses. Joggers typically head to the esplanade along the Charles River. For larger green spaces, residents can check out the Fresh Pond and the Alewife Brook Reservation.
Meanwhile, transportation options can readily be found in the neighborhood. Major roads include Route 16, the McGrath Highway and Route 2. The Mass Pike is available at an exit in nearby Allston. For public transportation options, residents can use the Porter Square Station and the Lechmere Station for the green line. The red line can be accessed at the Kendall Square, Harvard Square, Alewife, Central Square and Porter Square stations.
Cyclists in the neighborhood can enjoy having a number of beautiful bike paths. Other than the esplanade along the Charles River, residents can also use Linear Park to connect to the Minuteman Bikeway. The Somerville Community Path is another popular option. Within the city's streets, a number of bike lanes are available along the roadways.
Constructed in the late 1980s, the 13-story, 53-unit luxury condo development at 931 Massachusetts Avenue is conveniently located in the heart of Harvard Square.
Available in one- and two-bedroom options, each home features central air conditioning and a handy in-unit washer and dryer. Ranging in size from 613 to 1,950 square feet and priced between $747,000 and $905,000, these high-end condos are found within a modern deco-inspired high-rise building. Each home features such upscale amenities as a contemporary chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including a refrigerator, an oven and a microwave, a garbage disposal and beautiful granite counters.
The baths are elegant, and there are spacious walk-in closets in the bedrooms. Additional on-site storage is available for all those important things you just couldn't leave behind at your old house.
The smoke-free community offers a convenient elevator, both garage and outdoor parking and a common high-end patio and garden. The development is a walker's and bicyclist's paradise, as the trails are level and you're only steps from Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT,) Cambridge College, Sullivan and Franklin Parks and numerous retail shops and restaurants.
The historic center of Cambridge, Harvard Square often refers to the business district and Harvard University campus surrounding the triangular plaza where Massachusetts Avenue and Brattle and John F. Kennedy Streets intersect. In general, Harvard Square includes the extended neighborhood that includes several blocks surrounding the plaza.
At the immediate center of Harvard Square is Out of Town News, an international newsstand. There's also the Tourist Information Booth where both locals and international artists can exhibit their works each month. In addition, located near the center of the Square is a small multistoried shopping mall known as "The Garage," named for its previous use as a parking garage.
Also just steps from the community is MIT and Briggs Field, home field to the school's softball team. Often ranked among the world's top 10 universities, MIT was founded in 1861 to accommodate the demand for a growing industrial workforce. From its inception, MIT has stressed hands-on and laboratory instruction. The private school's mission is "to advance knowledge and educate students" in such areas as science and technology that can best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century.
MIT's five schools include architecture and planning; engineering; humanities, arts and social sciences; science; and management. Traditionally, MIT has been known for its emphasis on research and education in engineering and the physical sciences.
MIT has been a leader in scientific and technological advances, including the invention of magnetic core memory, which led to the development of digital computers; the chemical synthesis of Vitamin A and penicillin; the creation of GPS and paving the way for 3D printing.
MIT's 168-acre campus runs along the Charles River basin. Notable on-campus facilities include a powerful, secure nuclear reactor and a pressurized wind tunnel used for aerodynamic research. Completed in 1916, the school's first buildings were among the first reinforced concrete structures built in the U.S.