The building is good but It 's the worst place to live in Boston becouse of the staff are very rude racists and shout at small kids , they never smile and not friendly at all 150 smell like shit It's so bad that you will be sick . With all that the prices is crazy
Trilogy could be a great place to live, however, the tenant selection is awful. Despite building rules that prohibit loud noises in the courtyard, it's often full of unsupervised children screaming their heads off. After frequent complaints, Trilogy has become much better at closing the courtyard down after 10 PM so everyone on the courtyard side can get some sleep. However, often, these children (and their mothers, who sit in a different section of the courtyard and can't be be bothered to watch their kids), just sneak back out and we have to call the concierge again. It's not that we're bad people or don't like children, it's just that it's almost impossible to sleep with 20 kids running around yelling outside your window. The concierges have been uniformly polite and understanding, but I think they are powerless to actually fix the problem, and the building's management doesn't seem willing to [having apparently taken no efforts to a) lock the doors to the courtyard, or b) revoke courtyard access for tenants in violation of building rules, etc.]. Talking to the concierges, I know this is a pretty constant problem as they have referenced the volume of noise complaints they get about the courtyard almost every time I speak with them. The neighborhood is actually becoming very nice, and we love being close to Yard House and the Peterborough restaurants.
FTT has a great location, but the building is overpriced, noisy, overpriced, vibration-prone, overpriced, and showing signs of age (eg frequent appliance breakdowns). And did I mention it's overpriced? The owner, Samuels, is currently (2013) constructing a 15 story building a block away, and is about to start work on a 22 story building next door. Meanwhile the Army Corp of Engineers is "daylighting" the Muddy River (a block away), which will take two years and cause traffic re-routing. This neighborhood is going to be a dusty, noisy, vibration-inducing construction zone until about 2015. I'm looking forward to moving when my lease is up.