Breaking Down Sales at Boston’s Most Successful Luxury Development, Millennium Tower

David Bates / April 6, 2017-10:57 am

Millennium Tower Boston 425 Sales


I admit, I’m a little in awe of Millennium Tower Boston, its 60 floors, and the 23,000 square feet of amenity space.

And I’m a little amazed by the sales team that sold nearly every residence in the tower in what seemed like less than a nanosecond.

Surely, the Boston condominium market had never seen so many new luxury condominiums sold in such little time. As a Boston Realtor for 20 years – and someone who has spent several years identifying and writing about trends in the market – I feel pretty confident that the Hub will never see that perfect real estate sales storm happen again.

My shock and awe converged with my interest as a broker in understanding value in this market to provoke so many questions about the Millennium Tower Boston sales. To answer them, I reviewed the first 425 sales in the tower, scoured the MLS rental listings, reviewed LINK BOSTON reports, and visited the tower at what seemed like every phase of construction. Throughout, I spoke to several Millennium Partners employees and executives.

I put together this special report and it provides some incredible insights into the value differentiators, sale prices, square foot values, buying demographics, financing, and rental info in Boston’s most successful luxury development, Millennium Tower Boston.

I don’t know where else you could get this information and I read everything about Boston real estate. 

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