The latest luxury residence to open in Boston is Fuse Cambridge, a 224-unit complex that sits across from the lush 120-acre Alewife Brook Reservation. The property, developed by Hines Interests, takes advantage of the state park by offering its residents unobstructed views of the city and surrounding greenery. Over 50 percent of the units have views of the park and even the two-story, glass-enclosed lobby offers a picturesque background of trees, streams and grassy knolls.
Fuse Cambridge boasts spacious, modern units that range from 506-square-foot studios to 1,383-sqaure-foot, three-bedroom homes. Floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized balconies and open floorplans, keep residences airy and allow in natural light. Stainless steel appliances are included in every unit such as full-sized washers and dryers, and a number of storage options including walk-in bedroom and linen closets with customizable shelfing. The bathrooms feature walk-in shower stalls and spa-quality tile. Floors are covered in Kronoswiss wide plank flooring and countertops are made of white quartz. The entire property is LEED Silver certified.
Luxury amenities are also available for residents including a yoga and training room with Fitness On Demand, an outdoor kitchen with gas barbeque grills and wet bar, a heated pool and tile sundeck, a cyber café, a catering kitchen with dining and bar areas, and a bike storage and repair station. Naturally a club room, fitness center, conference center and reading lounge can also be found on the property. To make the 224-complex feel more intimate, the property also holds monthly resident events, fitness classes, a running club and a canine club.
Prices range from $2,200-$3,730 a month with an additional $175 per month for parking. Additional rent for dogs and cats is $45-$75.