During one of the film’s earliest scenes, Washington, who plays retired CIA Black Ops operative-turned-vigilante Lyft driver Robert McCall, confronts a group of moneyed finance dudes who mistreated one of his passengers, strolling into their gorgeous bachelor pad.
Despite being outnumbered, McCall makes quick work of the black card-wielding bros while also making a mess of their exquisitely designed penthouse.
Almost 600 feet above ground with breathtaking views of Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Boston Common, and the Charles River, the 4,174 square-foot residence offers 14-foot ceilings, three bedrooms, 4.5 baths, built-ins, wide-plank white ash flooring, custom closets, motorized blinds, smart-home controls, and two valet/self-park spaces.
The building amenities are pretty plush as well, including an 18-seat movie theater; a pool; gym; a locker room with a steam room, a salon, and a hot tub; a billiards room; and a private bar and restaurant by James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Mina.
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