AVA Theater District in Back Bay, Massachusetts offers studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom apartments just steps from Boston Common and one block from the Green and Orange metro lines. AVA Theater District features a rooftop sky pavilion and chill lounge, a 24 hour fitness center with state of the art cardio and strength training equipment, and garage parking all within a pet friendly and smoke free community. Customizable apartment homes include in-unit washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances and open floor plans.
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I love AVA!
The staff is so friendly and helpful, the building is always so clean, and the location is wonderful. I love the fitness center, and they have on demand fitness classes in a private fitness studio so working out never gets boring!
I work form home, so in AVA I have the opportunity to work from different places, like the lobby or the rooftop deck and avoid been bored. The fitness center is also other great thing, full of brand new equipments and allways with plenty space for everyone. The staff is always helpful and friendly.
We've loved our apartment and the building since we moved in last month. The staff is extremely friendly and goes out of their way to assist at all times.
I don't have anything negative to say about this location. I recently moved in about 1 week ago and so far everything is going great. I love the view I get from my living room, its amazing! The sky walk is breath taking and its also a great place to go to hangout or have a meeting with friends. Having a great staff who are always willing to help you adds to the benefits of living here. I only wish that they could have guest parking or lower the cost of parking in the building.
The electrical /lighting is a problem - very cheap; especially in the bathroom, where there is no light in the shower. It's dark in the place where one bathes and showers, which is usually only found in a cheap hotel. It would have been worth the extra expense to put an overhead light in there. Also, the light switches seem to be placed randomly, not with much thought to where someone would naturally reach to turn off or on a light for a given room. But the real problem is the bathroom. Seems very cheap and rushed.