Big-time deals at big-time Millennium Place continue to close. An eighth-floor spread closed Oct. 23 for $1,320,000, a seventh-floor one for $1,040,000 two days later. But what of the newly unveiled tower's 256 condos still on the market? The most expensive of these is a 2,349-square-foot penthouse.
The 3-BR, 3-BA, with a 500-square-foot private terrace, wants $3,295,000. If it goes anywhere near that, it will be either Millennium Place's (a) first close over $2M or (b) first close over $3M. Hard to say what will happen, though the penthouse is currently under agreement, meaning it's found a buyer. Boston condos have not been closing for more than their asking prices as often as they used to; then again, Millennium Place ain't your average Boston condo.
· Buyers Already Flipping at Millennium Place [Curbed Boston]
· Not As Many Hub Sellers Getting More Than They Ask For [Curbed Boston]
· Millennium Place: Boston's 'Inner-City Country Club' [Curbed Boston]
· Our complete Millennium Place coverage [Curbed Boston]