Our amazing leasing team grabbed a camera and filmed this quick tour of One Greenway’s leasing office. Located in downtown Boston, the leasing office gives potential tenants a taste of life at One Greenway. Visitors can see the high-end finishes in each unit and our team will give you a preview of the incredible amenities available to residents. Press play to see Jillian and Torrey in action! Want to get a personal tour of our preleasing center? Contact us to schedule your appointment today!
We want to help you get to know the One Greenway team! Today we meet Torrey, the Sales and Marketing Associate at One Greenway. Name: Torrey Burns Hometown: Scituate, MA What do you love about your job? I love the variety in this job! There is always something exciting going on and no two days are exactly alike. It is awesome getting to know the prospective residents and helping them get settled in their new homes. Where’s your favorite place to eat in Boston? I love Abe & Louie’s! They have a great menu and the food is delicious. What’s your favorite amenity at One Greenway? All of the amenities are great, but if I had to choose just one, I would go with the Suite 1100 Terrace. It’s nice to have space from the busy city below and this is the perfect spot. The terrace is an awesome place
After a record-breaking winter, Bostonians are looking forward to long summer days spent on or near the beach. While conveniently located in downtown Boston, One Greenway is a short ride away from many amazing costal day trips. The best part? You don’t necessarily need a car to get there. The Boston Harbor Islands are accessible by ferry from Long Wharf, which is a short walk from One Greenway. The Harbor Islands offer something for everyone—explorers can take in Fort Warren on George’s Island, Spectacle Island offers a stretch of sandy shore for sunbathers and several islands even allow overnight camping for the outdoorsy types. Want to get to Provincetown? You can always drive from One Greenway, which is located right next to Boston’s Expressway. And if you don’t have a car, don’t worry! Car shares is one of the many services offered to One Greenway residents. But if you want
We want to help you get to know the One Greenway team! Today, we meet Aaron Cramer, the Property Manager at One Greenway. Name: Aaron Cramer Hometown: Needham, MA What do you love about your job? I love the variety of my job and not always knowing where the day will take me. I could be taking tours, organizing and hosting events, meeting vendors, reviewing financials, walking the property or meeting with my marketing, leasing or maintenance teams. I also love that I have the opportunity to meet new people every day and form lasting relationships. It is truly a great feeling to match a renter with their perfect new home and to be a part of their new chapter. Where’s your favorite place to eat in Boston? This is a tough one! I consider myself a bit of a foodie so picking just one would be really difficult. A
The Tower at One Greenway has hit another milestone: We are now preleasing the first phase of apartments for occupancy this summer at our newly opened preleasing center at 75 Kneeland Street. The preleasing center offers an interactive experience for potential One Greenway residents. Visitors can view mockups of the kitchen as well graphic walls featuring the Boston skyline and unit interiors to truly preview what it’s like to live at One Greenway. Leasing agents from Bozzuto are on hand to answer any questions about life at One Greenway and the community amenities available to residents, which include a coffee bar, covered bicycle storage, electric car charging stations, underground controlled access parking, dog washing station, yoga studio, fully equipped fitness center with sweeping views, a landscaped urban park (The Green) and Suite 1100, our 11th floor lounge furnished with an open kitchen, comfortable seating and a rooftop terrace with gorgeous
This month, a dramatic piece of public art was installed just a half-mile from the Tower at One Greenway. Titled As If It Were Already Here, the piece was created by local artist Janet Echelman and is nearly a half-acre in size. Suspended above the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway, it’s a stunningly modern piece of art that reflects Boston’s long history. You can read more about it here. Want to check out Echelman’s work? It’s wise to see it both in the light of day and at night, when it’s illuminated by 44 LED fixtures. Luckily, there is plenty to keep visitors busy while waiting for night to fall. We suggest coming by after work, while it’s still warm and the light reflects off the sculpture. Bring a blanket, grab a hammock or lay right in the grass of the Greenway to watch the sculpture move in the breeze off