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Convenience to Transportation The Isabella boasts convenient access to multiple MBTA stations on the Green and Orange Lines as well as the Commuter Rail multiple bus lines and Interstate-90Mass Pike. Back Bay Station one of Bostons busiest transit hubs is less than a 10 minute walk from the property. Epicenter of Development The Back Bay has experienced a surge in development with many upcoming large-scale projects in the pipeline across all sectors including office retail and educational. Notable developments include the Prudential Center redevelopment 380 Stuart Street Copley Place Development and the Four Seasons Residence at One Dalton. French Renaissance Architecture The Isabella boasts classic Boston Brick architecture with period detail from the early 1900s. Located on a quiet tree-lined street the property epitomizes the classic Boston aesthetic. REDEVELOPMENT HIGHLIGHTS Signicant Value Add Potential Built in 1900 the property boasts a free-standing redevelopment opportunity with roughly 4300 SF floor plates and four window lines. With 8 parking spaces 9 ceiling heights and a central elevator the property is well positioned for by-right multifamily use. Currently utilized as a rectory The Isabella presents developers with the opportunity to redevelop into a number of uses including apartment condominium and mixed-use. Employment Access The Isabella is located minutes from the headquarters of major employers including Liberty Mutual Natixis Global Wayfair and John Hancock. These rapidly growing global institutions employ thousands who live work and play in the Back Bay South End and Bay Village neighborhoods. Bay Village Centrality Located just southwest of Downtown Boston Bay Village is a historic neighborhood with gas light lined streets historic facades and brick sidewalks. Residents enjoy easy walking access to the surrounding parks shops restaurants and theaters of Downtown Boston Back Bay and the South End.