Introducing Boston’s New Hidden Jewel
Come home to The Parker, an intriguing, 168-unit condominium building overlooking Boston Common.
Named in honor of Sarah Parker Remond, whose activism led to the integration of the Old Howard Theater, The Parker’s bold architecture and lush interiors are inspired by the area’s rich history of personal expression. Sophisticated amenities appear on the lower, ground and rooftop levels, and are designed to establish a sense of drama. The result is a thrilling offering unlike anything Boston has seen.
More Than A Place To Live
URBAN COOL MEETS MODERN COMFORT. A MINGLING OF TEXTURES & MATERIALS. STUNNING VIEWS. BRILLIANT LIGHT. SURPRISING TOUCHES. WARM BRASS FIXTURES. 9’ CEILING HEIGHTS. WIDE PLANK OAK FLOORS.Explore Residences
A Prime Location With An Air Of Mystery
SUPREMELY SITUATED CLOSE TO THE COMMON. IN THE HEART OF BOSTON CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT. COBBLESTONE STREETS AND CHARMING BOUTIQUES. A DYNAMIC ENERGY FROM DAY TO NIGHT.Explore Neighborhood
A Building That Feels Like A Private Club
MINK WOOD THAT HINTS AT A DARK SIDE. LIGHTING DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR THE PARKER. BORDEAUX HUES REMINISCENT OF FRENCH CHARM. BRASS FIXTURES THAT ILLUMINATE BOLD ARTWORK.Explore AMENITIES