March 6, 2014
The pent-up demand for luxury housing in Downtown Boston has fueled the sales of Millennium Place at 580 Washington St., bringing to a conclusion one of the fastest sellouts of a development in Boston’s history, says Richard Baumert, a partner of Millennium Partners.
The remaining 19 condos under purchase-and-sale agreements will close by the end of the month, he says.
“It’s amazing.” In... Read Full Story
March 5, 2014
A different house stood at 10 Marlborough St. in 1864 than the 20-room Back Bay mansion that is on the site today, steps from the Public Garden. In 1905 a prominent investment banker razed that building and commissioned architects Little and Browne to design this single-family home with 11,118 square feet of living space.
This spectacular residence was sold Feb. 14 for $9,750,000. Tracy Campion... Read Full Story
March 1, 2014
The median sale price for a condominium in the Back Bay/Midtown neighborhood in January was $1,135,000 among 65 transactions.
Thirty-six of those sales were at Millennium Place, the striking, new, über-luxe mixed-use building at 580 Washington St., where the median selling price was $1,285,000.
The median sale for the entire Back Bay/Midtown area was for the $1,135,000, two-bedroom, two-bath... Read Full Story
February 28, 2014
A beautifully restored 18-room Back Bay mansion with a spectacular Italianate music room with stained glass is among February’s spectacular sales.
Jonathan Radford of Coldwell Banker Residential ‘s Back Bay office was the listing broker and Maggie Seelig Gold of MSG Real Estate Group of Cambridge was the selling broker for the Mason House. Its price was $12,736,000.
The 15,000-square-foot,... Read Full Story
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