It's not quite the rapid sell-out that some had anticipated/predicted, but market-rate units at the newish Seaport Crossing on Southie's all-important D Street are going. The development was move-in ready in July; and sales started closing in late September. Case in point: Unit 12. The 2-BR, 1.5-BA, 879-square-foot condo with central air dropped on the market in late May for $609,000. The unit closed last week for exactly that: $609K. Recall that several Seaport Crossing condos were price-chopped by five figures only days after dropping. Unit 12 was not one of them. As for the rest of the units, there are at least five left ranging from $589,000 to $619,000. You have time then.
· Connecting Southie—Brought to You by the Letter D [Curbed Boston]
· Seaport Crossing Sales; Hub Housing Costs; Bike Feedback [Curbed Boston]