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Can Fenway's 909 Beacon Bat in the Big Leagues?

It's no secret Back Bay and Beacon Hill dominate the Boston condo market, with an assist from Hub Neighborhood of the Year 2011, the South End, and occasional cameos by the North End and small fry like Bay Village and Chinatown. This is all to say that one does not usually think "higher-end condo" and "Fenway" in the same sentence (unless one were thinking of a condo owned by one of the Red Sox perhaps). But here we are with early info on the roll-out for a renovated 909 Beacon Street in that very neighborhood, right near the St. Mary's Street T stop and the Brookline-Boston border. Prices run from $489K for a 2-BR, 891-square-foot condo to $639K for a 2-BR of nearly 1,100 square feet. Play ball?

· Listings: 909 Beacon Street [Charlesgate Realty]