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659-665 Washington Street

659-665 Washington Street

Boston, MA, 02111

Description
The 659-665 Washington Street building is located in Chinatown - Leather District, Boston.

You can find The Langham, Boston nearby. The area has a number of food options, including Jacob Wirth Restaurant, The Q, and Jaho Coffee Roaster & Wine Bar. These are located within 58 yards. A number of shops (including Macy's) can be found around here.
Features & Amenities
Dogs Allowed
Cats Allowed
Exclusive
Fitness Center
Laundry in Building
Elevator
Beds Baths Unit Price Posted Sqft
Studio 1 Bath 2116 $3,077 19 hours ago   -
Studio 1 Bath 1906 $3,210 19 hours ago   -
Studio 1 Bath 0307 $3,290 4 days ago   -
Studio 1 Bath 2205 $3,486 19 hours ago   -
Studio 1 Bath 2011 $3,740 4 days ago   -
1 Bed 1.5 Bath $3,561 27 weeks ago 717
1 Bed 1 Bath 1704 $3,640 19 hours ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 2304 $3,784 19 hours ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 2101 $3,785 19 hours ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 2301 $3,825 19 hours ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 2003 $4,090 19 hours ago   -
1 Bed 1 Bath 1902 $4,554 19 hours ago   -
2 Beds 2 Bath 1007 $4,586 19 hours ago   -
2 Beds 2 Bath 1207 $4,807 2 days ago   -
2 Beds 2.5 Bath $5,058 27 weeks ago 1,089
Nearby Transportation
Orange
Silver
0.03 mi at Chinatown Station (640 Washington Street and 1 Boylston Street, Boston)
Green
Silver
0.10 mi at Boylston Street Station (Boylston Street at Tremont Street, Boston)
Red
Orange
Silver
0.27 mi at Downtown Crossing Station (Washington Street at Summer Street and Chauncey Street at Summer Street, Boston)
Red
Green
0.31 mi at Park Street Station (Tremont Street at Park Street at Winter Street, Boston)
Green
0.37 mi at Arlington Station (300 Boylston Street and 20 Arlington Street, Boston)
The Area (Chinatown - Leather District Apartments for Rent)
In the city of Boston, no neighborhood is more densely populated than Chinatown, which is the only historically Chinese area in New England. Nearly 13,000 residents call this neighborhood home. While the Chinese culture is definitely seen and felt throughout their neighborhood, the population is very racially diverse and everyone is welcome. Also in the vicinity is the Leather District, which go its name from the dominating leather industry of the 19th century. Thinking of making Chinatown or the Leather District your new neighborhood? Check our site for an apartment that matches what you're looking for!
Atmosphere

As soon as you step foot into Chinatown, the culture of China surrounds you. There are traditional Chinese architecture, stores, and restaurants all around you. Between hearing people speaking their native language vibrantly and seeing some of the strange and unique things you can purchase in stores, this small (yet densely populated) neighborhood brings you right into…

Chinatown - Leather District Apartments

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