The Four Seasons Condominiums, currently under construction in Back Bay, recently revealed that one of the residences may be under agreement for $40 million.
No one should be surprised.
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When we first did [Millennium] Place,” recalls Richard Baumert, 52, a partner at Millennium Partners, “I was told by my marketing people that the absorption rate for a building like this is anywhere from two to three units a... Continue Reading
At 60 stories and 625 feet above street level, it was going to be the highest condo in Boston.
At a list price of $37.5 million it was also going to be the city's most expensive.
But was it priced to sell or was the price... Continue Reading
To determine the very best condo buildings in Boston, don't scrutinize Yelp reviews.
Don't take into account the amount of views or shares or likes.
Instead, be content to let the real estate buying public vote with their bank accounts.... Continue Reading
The Seaport had already been attracting many of the city’s most exciting new restaurants, in vogue hotels, expensive condominium projects and, of course, its most prized corporate tenants.
What Boston’s newest and hottest neighborhood... Continue Reading
Any time the local team gets close to proving they are kings of the world in their respective vocation, it’s time for residents – and even former residents – to more prominently display their connection to the city of championships. Here... Continue Reading
When it comes to features, there's the same old, same old... and then there are the ones that you would crawl through barbed wire to have. Here are three of the Hub's most epic condo features, ones that never fail to elicit a visceral response... Continue Reading
No one could blame you if you renamed Nine Cherrywood Lane, Franklin to "Patriot Place II" or decided to offer a mini-version of the Patriot Hall of Fame at the locale.
In 1992, the 2,027 square foot townhouse-style condominium was purchased by... Continue Reading
The new Boston is sure to have an enhanced skyline, re-imagined neighborhoods, and an improved quality of life. The three developments described below might be considered ambitious, game-changers, and even iconic. Currently they all... Continue Reading