Boston's Mid Town District is also referred sometimes at the Ladder District and Downtown Crossing is one of Boston's most recently transformed neighborhoods. Developers Millennium Partners is responsible for much of this transformation- they created the high end Residences at the Ritz Carlton Avery Towers, Millennium Place which opened in 2013 and they are also behind Millennium Tower. Currently under construction, Millennium Tower is a 60 story residential skyscraper that is currently 70% sold out. It's penthouse is being marketed for $35 Million. This development will be completed in 2016 and will revolutionize Downtown Crossing. In addition to proximity to the restored Paramount Theater, the Opera House and In addition, the neighborhood is home to several other full service doorman buildings: Tremont on The Common, The Grandview, The Parkside, 45 Province. Several new luxury apartment complexes have also been built, transforming this neighborhood into a truly cosmopolitan residential neighborhood just steps to the financial district.
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