Back in the winter of 2012, when this 3-BR, 4-BA dictatorial spread at the Four Seasons dropped on the market (again) for $7,950,000, we declared it the "ultimate 1 percent status symbol." (Remember Occupy Wall Street? No? Oh, well, it was a reference to all that back then.) Now the duplex with the 18-foot glass windows overlooking the Public Garden has traded.
Unit 1515 went for a cool $7,350,000 in a deal that apparently closed a month ago Sunday. Sure, that's $600K off the asking, an anomaly in today's Boston condo market. But it's still high enough to make the trade one of the 10 priciest in Boston in the last couple of years. The 4,022-square-foot spread, listed by Dennis A. Mullin, includes a private three-car garage and all the amenities of a hotel you don't have to check out of—and all for a low, low association fee of $10,250 a month. Happy Monday.
· Ultimate 1 Percenter Status Symbol: an 18-FT Window [Curbed Boston]
· Not a Summer Fad: Over-Asks in the Hub's Condo Market [Curbed Boston]
· Never Check Out: Eight Boston Hotels You Can Live In [Curbed Boston]
· Our Big Deals archive [Curbed Boston]