Boston's Top 5 Buildings for Dog Owners

Posted by Brian Enright on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 at 9:33am.

Boston is a great city for dog owners with plenty of green spaces for your companions to run, play, and socialize.

However, finding pet-friendly condos in Boston is not always as easy as you might expect. Here's a roundup of high-end buildings ready to welcome your pets with open arms, unique amenities, enhanced services, and, of course, easy access to parks.

Millennium Place

It's hard to beat the location of Millennium Place at 580 Washington Street. It's in midtown, right next to Boston Common, which is the oldest park in the United States and Boston's biggest park — not to mention a true pet paradise. The building also has on-site walkers and a dog wash facility.

Harrison Lofts

Harrison Lofts is directly across from Peter's Park, of one of the rare leash-free dog parks in South End, complete with a dog run and recreation space for your furry friend. If you have a sporting breed this location is amazing so keep an eye out for a rare sale of one of these rare, distinctive units.

Lovejoy Wharf

If you love the water, you'll feel right at home at Lovejoy Wharf on the Charles River. Here, you'll be close to several playgrounds and parks, including the renowned Harborwalk which is an amazing walking trail that follows the wharves, piers and buildings along Boston Harbor.

Constellation Wharf

The area around Charlestown Navy Yard has some hot property, and Constellation Wharf is no exception. Condos that allow dogs in Boston come in many forms, and this gated waterside community has a truly exclusive feel. The address also happens to put some of the city's largest parks a short walk from your doorstep.

Residences at Old Colony

Over at 232 Old Colony Avenue in South Boston, The Residences at Old Colony are in the final stages of construction. This new building is another great choice. It's located near the water and even has a dog walker on site. Not to mention, it's right down the street from Joe Moakley Park and Carson Beach.

 

 

Have a look for yourself!

While touring these properties, feel free to bring your dog with you! Make a wish list of the buildings and residences you'd like to see and schedule a showing today.

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