Slideshow: Students Move into 160 Mass. Ave. Tower

By
Kimberly Ashton
January 17, 2014
Berklee's new tower, at 160 Massachusetts Avenue, opens to student residents on January 13, 2014.
Berklee residents advisors dressed at bellhops help students move in to the tower at 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
Looking across Boston from 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
The sign on Berklee's new tower makes its mark on Massachusetts Avenue.
A student checks in to her new home at 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
Students wait to move in to Boston's hottest dorms, at 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
Giorgi Mikadze plays the piano as fellow students move in to 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
The 400-seat cafeteria and performance space on the second floor of 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
Lawrence E. Bethune, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, welcomes students at parents to 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
A student lounge in 160 Massachusetts Avenue.
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green
Photo by Dave Green

Berklee's new 16-story tower, at 160 Massachusetts Avenue, opened to its first residents on January 13, a week before the spring 2014 semester began. The tower, which will house students, also boasts state-of-the-art recording studios, dozens of practice rooms, a fitness center, a 400-seat cafeteria and performance space—and some of the best views in town.

Click on the image to the right to launch a slideshow of students moving into Berklee's tower, or learn more about 160 Massachusetts Avenue.