Hotel Boylston

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Hotel Boylston, Boston, 19th century

Hotel Boylston (1871-1894) of Boston, Massachusetts, stood at the corner of Tremont Street and Boylston Street in today's Boston Theater District. The architecture firm of Cummings and Sears designed it "in the Italian-Gothic style" as a residential apartment building.[1][2] Among the tenants: New England Kennel Club;[3] Christian Science Publishing Co.;[4] and piano dealer Steinert & Sons and its 350-seat concert hall.[5][6]


  1. ^ New England: a handbook for travelers, 7th ed., rev. and augm., Boston, Mass.: James R. Osgood, 1880 
  2. ^ Bacon's dictionary of Boston. 1886
  3. ^ Boston Daily Globe, Feb. 12, 1886
  4. ^ Caspar's directory of the American book, news and stationery trade. 1889
  5. ^ "Steinert Hall." King's Handbook of Boston. 1889
  6. ^ Illustrated Boston, the Metropolis of New England. NY: American Publishing and Engraving Co., 1889

Further reading[edit]

  • S. N. Carter. "Recent Architecture in Boston." The Art Journal (1875-1887), New Series, Vol. 3 (1877)
  • American Architect and Building News, June 13, 1885

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Coordinates: 42°21′8.44″N 71°3′51.91″W / 42.3523444°N 71.0644194°W / 42.3523444; -71.0644194