Regatta Riverview Residences
8 Museum Street
Constructed in 1998, the upscale high-rise Regatta Riverview Residences condo complex on Museum Way in Central Cambridge consists of two 24-story, 234-foot-high towers with more than 430 luxury units. The full-service development is only a short walk from the Science Park Green Line MBTA station and easily within access of the government center and north side entertainment district.
One-bedroom units of the smoke-free community begin at $359,000, two-bedroom homes start at $439,000 and three-bedroom condos begin at $1.2 million. Units are also available for rent, with one-bedroom condos starting at $2,200 per month and two-bedroom homes beginning at $2,800 per month. Each unit includes a washer and dryer, allowing you to conveniently do the laundry at home.
These high-end homes also feature comfortable air conditioning and balconies that offer spectacular views of the skyline, the harbor and the river. The contemporary kitchens feature rich granite countertops, sleek appliances, including a microwave and a dishwasher, and a garbage disposal.
An elevator conveniently takes you to your home, and 24-hour valet garage parking is available.
The pet-friendly community offers many lavish amenities, including on-site property management and security services, complimentary pickup and drop-off laundry and dry cleaning services and complimentary shuttle service. There's an on-site business center, freeing entrepreneurs from long commutes to work, and there's a gathering and event room for special group occasions.
Several recreational facilities are available, including a movie theater, a hot tub, a full fitness center with a lap pool and a bike room to store the cycle you ride on the many neighborhood trails. There's even an on-site market, saving you from the time it takes to go to the supermarket.
The historic Central Cambridge neighborhood is located at the junction of Prospect Street and Massachusetts and Western Avenues. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1990, the area of Central Square along Massachusetts Avenue between Clinton and Main Streets is known as the Central Square Historic District. In addition, in 2012 the Massachusetts Cultural Council designated the square as an official Massachusetts Cultural District.
The brand-new Boston campus of the Hult International Business School sits on the banks of the Charles River in Central Cambridge. Hult emphasizes the global aspect of education through a network that connects business students from around the world. The Boston campus offers several programs, including the Bachelor of Business Administration, the Global One-Year MBA and Masters in International Business Marketing or Finance.
Also a couple blocks from the condo community, the 8.5-acre North Point Park is located within the "lost half mile" between the old and new Charles River Dams. Completed in 2012, the North Bank pedestrian and bicycle bridge connects North Point and Paul Revere Park.
Another popular area attraction is the TD Garden arena, home to the Boston Bruins and Celtics. Through the years, the arena has hosted several national sporting events for NCAA basketball and figure skating, high school tournaments and mixed martial arts. Other events held at the arena have included graduations, seminars, Disney on Ice, the circus and concerts by such major acts as Ariana Grande, Eric Church, Chris Brown, Hall & Oates, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Earth, Wind & Fire, Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey, Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band and Guns N' Roses.