BARTLETT STATION CONDOS
Bartlett Station Condos are part of a vibrant urban village that shines with innovation, forward-thinking green features, modern design and part of a wonderful community. Residents will have ample on-site green, which will include a private court yard at the side of the building and trees and planters around the building. Bartlett Station Condos will be located in Roxbury’s newest development Bartlett Place. Join a vibrant and creative district featuring a public events plaza, public market, shops and interactive arts. Few Condos available in and around the city offer such a complete and affordable lifestyle so close to the city. You’ll love what you find at Bartlett Station Condos. Bartlett Station Condominiums was designed with convenience in mind for those residents that are commuting to Downtown Boston. Your new home is within walking distance of the Dudley Square MBTA station and along the MBTA bus route.
Find the condo of your dreams with our spacious 1, 2 and 3-bedroom options. Bartlett Station shines with innovation, forward-thinking green features, modern design and part of a wonderful community. Residents will have ample on-site green, which will include a private courtyard at the side of the building and trees and planters around the building. Enjoy having a vehicle without the hassle of figuring out where to park. Bartlett Station Condo’s will have parking spaces in a private parking garage for residents only.
Dudley Square (variously known as Dudley Station, Dudley Street Terminal, or simply Dudley) is a ground-level bus station located in Dudley Square, Roxbury, Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It is a transfer point between 17 Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus routes, including two Silver Line bus rapid transit lines and 15 local MBTA Bus routes. Like all MBTA bus stops, Dudley is fully handicapped-accessible. Dudley was originally opened in 1901 as a BERy Main Line Elevated station. The last segment of the original Main Line Elevated, the Washington Street Elevated (including Dudley station), closed in 1987; six years later, Dudley was converted into its modern configuration. Silver Line service began in 2002. Dudley is a contributing property in the Dudley Station Historic District, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.