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One Last Price-Chop, Then Titanic Trade at Ritz-Carlton

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Stick a fork in the Ritz-Carlton palace owned by Bain & Co. founder Bill Bain.

The 32nd-floor spread was once asking $5,750,000 for its three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and dictatorial views of the Public Garden. Then, two and a half years in, Bain cut the price by $255,000 to $5,495,000. It then traded earlier this spring, though we didn't know the closing price.

We do now. According to a source with knowledge of the deal, the 4,200-square-foot condo has traded for an even $5,200,000. That makes Unit 32EF, which was listed by Kathleen E. Cook of Atlantic Associates, one of the biggest trades of a 2013 that's been full of 'em.
· Quarter-Mill Cut at Regal Ritz Palace in the Sky [Curbed Boston]
· 2 Avery #32EF Finds a Buyer, Two and a Half Years Later [Curbed Boston]
· $3M-Plus Was a Lot of Money Once in the Boston Market [Curbed Boston]
· Our Big Deals archive [Curbed Boston]

Ritz-Carlton Residences

2 Avery Street, Boston, MA 02111