Published Friday, August 30, 2013 by Sara Thompson

 

“Rejuvenated”, “reinvented” and “renaissance” are just a few of the words used to describe the recent changes occurring in the vibrant Boston Downtown Crossing neighborhood. Mayor Menino, alongside various commissions, corporations and organizations, have implemented long - term plans to architecturally and culturally revive the once - struggling locale.

Contributing to the remarkable potential of the burgeoning Downtown Crossing community is Compass Furnished Apartments, who is now renting out the beautifully furnished and equipped renovated apartments. The niche market of corporate housing just happens to offer exactly what the community needs; a company and industry that is young, collaborative and creative. “Each resident that lives in an apartment in Hamilton Crossing contributes to the area - visiting and investing in local restaurants, retail and entertainment. They trust Compass for the quality of the placement of their temporary home and trust us to place them in the right area,” says Compass President Eric Fleming.

Appropriately named Hamilton Crossing, it is the very first residential building to go into Downtown Crossing, closely followed by the luxury condominiums of Millennium Place across the street. Compass, who opened their doors in 2006, has always differentiated itself from the Corporate Housing market. Working with both individuals and companies, they offer contemporary apartments with exceptional quality, comfort and value along with personalized concierge-style service.