$1,775 – $2,700
62 On the Park62 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116 (Chinatown / Leather District) See your commute times
- Studio - 1 Bedroom
- 1 full Bathroom
Home Details for 62 Boylston St
A superb location, modern units, and superior tenant services combine to make
62 On the Park one of Boston?s most outstanding opportunities for city living. Situated on the corner of Boylston and Tremont Streets, across from the Boston Common 62 Boylston was originally opened as The Hotel Touraine in 1897. Several renovations later the units have been modernized but the building has not lost its historical charm. The studio and one bedroom residences feature air conditioning, modern kitchens and baths. In some apartments, original fireplaces have been left in place lending a decorative ...touch. The building, located next to the green, red, orange, and silver MBTA lines features an on site management office, 24 hour concierge and maintenance, and laundry on each floor. 9-12 Month Lease Terms Available For all e-mail inquiries, please let us know the following to better assist you: What is your desired move-in date? Number of bedrooms? Do you have any pets?
Features – 62 On the Park*
- Laundry Facilities
*Certain features are not guaranteed in every unit. Contact the property for more details.
6 Floorplans and Pricing
|Name||Beds||Baths||Sqft||Rent (per month)||Availability|
|Studio (3 Floorplans)|
|Studio||0 bd||1 ba||420 sqft||$1,775||Ask for availability|
|Studio||0 bd||1 ba||456 sqft||$1,800||Ask for availability|
|Studio||0 bd||1 ba||485 sqft||$1,900||Ask for availability|
|1 Bedroom (3 Floorplans)|
|One Bedroom||1 bd||1 ba||600 sqft||$2,400||Ask for availability|
|One Bedroom||1 bd||1 ba||645 sqft||$2,400||Ask for availability|
|One Bedroom||1 bd||1 ba||730 sqft||$2,700||Ask for availability|
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