Printer Friendly 10 St James Ave | 75 Arlington Street
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Overview
 
Overview

75 Arlington Street/10 St. James Avenue is among the Back Bay’s finest mixed-use assets. The 75 Arlington Street building, with 256,247 square feet in 10 stories, was built in 1913 and substantially renovated in 2013, originally served as one the home of Paine Furniture, one of Boston’s venerable early manufacturers and retailers. The building retains the charm of yesteryear with dramatic columns and rich historical detail while renovations have equipped it with modern infrastructure and mechanical systems. The 10 St James building, with 565,793 square feet, was built in 2000. This modern, 20 story glass and masonry tower, provides modern elegance and sophistication. Linking the old and the new is a dramatic glass-enclosed galleria which runs a fully city block from St James Avenue to Stuart Street.
 

This LEED Silver certified property is within two blocks of the Arlington MBTA subway stop and three blocks from the Back Bay commuter rail/Amtrak station and is serviced by a 400 space parking garage. Several bus routes serve the property with convenient stops at the property’s front door. Access to the Massachusetts Turnpike and I-93 are a five minute drive. Amenities include Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse and galleria eatery, modern furniture proprietors, Montage and Il Decor, rug dealer, Landry &Arcari, state-of-the-art fitness club, Orangetheory, sundry shop, Martins News and ATM services.