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Welcome

Welcome to the West End Place Condominium Association, a condominium-coooperative community in the West End neighborhood of Boston.  This web site is designed for sharing homeowner information and enhancing communication among residents as well as providing an introduction for persons interested in learning about the condominium.  The site also features information about the neighborhood and the city.

The top menu bar is intended for visitors and leads to information of interest to the general public.  The sidebar on the left is primarily for navigation by residents and guests of residents at West End Place.  Menus choices of particular interest to residents and guests include: news, calendar, handbook, forms, and guest parking.  Some menu choices in the sidebar require log in permission to protect content that is intended only for shareholders and unit owners.  Password information may be obtained by clicking the login button.

News of the Day: Property Manager Appointed

Born and raised in the Republic of Uganda, home of Lake Victoria and head of the River Nile, Isaac Kayemba Kimbugwe has made his way in America, the land of opportunity, with honors and achievements.  He now assumes the demanding role of property manager at West End Place, a position that requires a wealth of knowledge and superb management skills which Isaac displays in abundance....

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West End Place: Condominium and Cooperatives

Located in a downtown historic neighborhood in Boston where the West End, the Bulfinch Triangle, and the Government Center converge, West End Place is a ten-story building whose brick exterior and large entry archway are easily recognized.  The condominium association comprises two housing cooperatives with 183 residences, an underground garage, street-level commercial units, and a museum that preserves the history of the old west end.  Opened in 1997, the condominium is a community of individuals, couples, and families enjoying urban life on the street side and connected by its interior courtyard to an extensive park and pathway leading to the esplanade on the Charles River.