Symphony Court Phase 2



If there’s one residence that captures the pulse of Boston’s vibrant Cultural District, it’s Symphony Court. Located at 43 Westland Avenue near Symphony Hall, this new luxury condominium building is growing, expanding to 82 homes in early 2017. The brand new addition, now under construction at 44 Burbank Street, features 34 homes each exquisitely appointed to reflect modern living. Steps away from the city’s glittering attractions, Symphony Court is Boston at its best.



A walk through Boston’s Cultural District puts you at the doorstep of the world’s most acclaimed cultural destinations: the Museum of Fine Arts with its new Art of the Americas wing; the incomparable Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and its new performance venue where every seat is in the front row; and Symphony Hall, home of America’s favorite orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra. And you haven’t even scratched the surface. Dine in a museum courtyard, or duck into an authentic ethnic restaurant. Take a short walk to Boston’s beautiful Back Bay and South End Victorian neighborhoods for the best shopping, dining and night life in the city. All are easily accessible by public transportation with stops on the Orange and Green lines.

  • Boston Symphony Orchestra
    Now in its 135th season, the Boston Symphony Orchestra gave its inaugural concert on October 22, 1881, and has continued to uphold the vision of its founder, the businessman, philanthropist, Civil War veteran, and amateur musician Henry Lee Higginson, for well over a century. The BSO is one of the five American orchestras commonly referred to as the “Big Five” with remarkable conductors like Seiji Ozawa and James Levine. Today the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc., presents more than 250 concerts annually. It is an ensemble that has richly fulfilled Higginson’s vision of a great and permanent orchestra in Boston.
  • Back Bay
    Back Bay is an historic neighborhood of Boston famous for its rows of Victorian brownstone homes — considered one of the best-preserved examples of 19th-century urban design in the United States — as well as numerous architecturally significant individual buildings and important cultural institutions such as the Boston Public Library. It is also a fashionable shopping destination (especially Newbury and Boylston Streets, and the adjacent Prudential Center and Copley Place malls) and home to some of Boston’s tallest office buildings, the Hynes Convention Center, and numerous major hotels.
  • Dining Out/Nightlife
    Everything you could want for an entertaining night on the town is at your doorstep — walking distance to some of Boston’s best restaurants and night spots in the South End and Back Bay, live music and theater in some of the city’s many big and small venues.
  • Christian Science Plaza
    If there is one location that captures the essence of Boston as a global city, it’s the vibrant redevelopment of the Christian Science Plaza. Leading the way with our first phase in 2014, Symphony Court Phase 2 is part of nearly $1 billion in active brand new construction investment, all within a 5 minute walk from where you’ll want to call home. Most notable is The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences at 1 Dalton Street, which is expected to set a record as New England’s tallest residential building.
  • MFA
    The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world; the collection encompasses nearly 450,000 works of art. They welcome more than one million visitors each year to experience art from ancient Egyptian to contemporary, special exhibitions, and innovative educational programs. Two years ago marked the opening of The New MFA. Designed by the world-renowned Foster and Partners architects, The New MFA comprises a new wing for Art of the Americas; renovated art of Europe galleries; improved conservation and education facilities; The Linde Family Wing devoted entirely to contemporary art; and a new, larger public space — the Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard.
  • Emerald Necklace and beyond
    The Fens, the first park in the Emerald Necklace system, designed by famed Central Park designer Frederick Law Olmstead, is the oldest remaining wartime “Victory Garden” (1941) planted by citizens. Today it is a well-loved community garden of flowers and vegetables. A favorite picnic site for local residents, the World War II, Vietnam and Korean War Memorial, can be found tucked behind the Kelleher Rose Garden. The playground at Mother’s Rest is also a perfect spot for children to come and play after school or on the weekend.
  • Whole Foods® Market Symphony
    Enjoy the convenience of a natural foods supermarket right next door — making good food and healthy eating your first option. Whole Foods is a national market that sells organic and locally grown produce, meat and poultry free of growth hormones and antibiotics, unprocessed grains and cereals, and sustainably caught fish.
  • New England Conservatory Jordan Hall
    The mission of New England Conservatory is the education and training of musicians of all ages from around the world, drawing on the talents of an accomplished faculty, and nurturing individual excellence in a challenging and supportive community dedicated to the highest standards of performance, teaching, and scholarship. In so doing, NEC aspires to ensure that music has a central place in public life and that the broader value of a rigorous musical education is recognized.



Symphony Court highlights thoughtful design that emphasizes high ceilings and oversized windows providing abundant natural light throughout the many unique and exquisitely appointed floor plans. The property is designed to achieve LEED Silver certfication. Amenities will include a fulltime building attendant, club room, fitness center, bike storage, and community terrace.

interior shots at Symphony Court


  • 5" plank platinum maple floors throughout
  • Recessed lighting
  • Generous closet space
  • Bosch laundries
  • Most with private outdoor spaces


  • Custom flat-panel cabinets with counter lighting
  • White Caeserstone quartz countertops many with waterfall edge detail
  • Kohler sinks
  • Recessed lighting


  • Liebherr biofresh nofrost fridge
  • Bosch 5 burner gas cook top, 30” stainless steel
  • Fisher & Paykel 4 burner dual gas range, 30” or 24” stainless steel
  • Electric Fisher & Paykel wall oven, 30” stainless steel
  • Bosch stainless steel microwave
  • Zephyr stainless steel hood
  • Bosch stainless steel dishwasher

Master bathrooms

  • Porcelain tile floors
  • Honed marble shower floors
  • Tile shower enclosure, glass shower doors
  • Wood veneer vanity; Morning Frost quartz counter top
  • Fixtures: Grohe, Aquatic, Duravit, Toto

Secondary bathrooms

  • Porcelain tile floors
  • Aquatic bath soaker tub
  • Tile tub enclosure, Sliding glass door
  • Wood veneer vanity; Morning Frost quartz counter top
  • Fixtures: Grohe, Aquatic, Duravit, Toto



Located at 43 Westland Avenue, in the heart of Boston’s Cultural District, Symphony Court is a complete renovation of a brick and limestone building built in 1910 and the construction of a brand new building -now under construction at 44 Burbank Street. Completed in 2 phases, this landmark property will be transformed into 82 contemporary condominiums with ground floor garage parking. The property will highlight thoughtful design that emphasizes high ceilings, open layouts and oversized windows providing abundant natural light throughout each exquisitely appointed floor plan. The building is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification. Amenities will include a fulltime building attendant, club room, fittness center, bike storage and community terrace.

Features and Amenities

  • Stylish main lobby with fireplace & fulltime building attendant
  • Club room with relaxing contemporary fireplace lounge & serivce kitchen
  • Community terrace
  • Fitness Center
  • Garage parking available for purchase
  • Storage units available for purchase
  • Two elevators
  • Smoke free living
  • Pets are permitted

Exterior at Symphony Court


  • Porcelain tile floors
  • Accent lighting
  • Wood accent paneling
  • Fulltime attendent


  • Carpet tile on 2nd – 8th floors
  • Acoustic tile ceilings with LED cove lighting
  • Wood panel accent unit entries with sconces