45 Church Street at Bay Village, Boston
(Columbia Pictures Building)
The Columbia, located in the heart of Boston’s historic Bay Village at 45 Church Street, was renovated with the ultimate in today’s luxury living standards in mind.
Originally constructed in 1954, the property was once known as "The Columbia" as it was used by Columbia Pictures to store film. It was more recently known as the "Seafarer's Friend", where visiting sailors would stay during their layovers in Boston.
Completed in 2003, a third floor was added and eight new 2-bedroom condominiums were constructed. Each unit is distinctive, but all are roomy and bright.
These meticulously crafted residences boast maple flooring and cherry cabinetry, gourmet granite kitchens, hardwood floors with inlay borders and impressive contemporary design.
The Columbia is a short walk from the Public Garden, Boston’s finest restaurants and its legendary theater district.