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$1000 off the first month! A studio apartment in a superb location, moderninzed unit, and superior tenant services combine to make this one of Boston’s most outstanding opportunities for city living. Situated on the corner of Boylston and Tremont Streets, across from the Boston Common, the building was originally The Hotel Touraine in 1897. Several renovations later, the units have been modernized, but the building has not lost its historical charm. The studio residences feature air conditioning and modern kitchens and bathrooms. Some units have fireplaces. The building, located next to the green, red, orange, and silver MBTA lines features 24 hour concierge and maintenance, as well as laundry on each floor. Photos are representative of the unit and actual unit may vary from the photos. Multiple units, sizes and floorplans available between $2,000-$2,900

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