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It's Mid-Last Century vs. the Here and Now in Boston

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Real Estate Deathmatch is a Curbed Boston feature pitting two similar homes from the same price range against each other. We arm you with the facts and you imagine you have the money to purchase one or the other (come on, play along). Which would you buy? Polls open all weekend; results Monday. The contenders:

Address: 330 Beacon Street, #164
Price: $4,450,000
Size: 3-BR, 2.5-BA
Square Footage: 2,292
Things You Should Know: This renovated duplex condo with private balcony and gobsmacking Charles River vus dates from 1956. It comes with two parking spaces and an association fee of $2,525. The building is full-service.


Address: 580 Washington Street, #PH08
Price: $4,400,000
Size: 3-BR, 3-BA
Square Footage: 2,349
Things You Should Know: This is, of course, the full-service Millennium Place, one of the game-changing-est new buildings in modern Boston history. It opened late last year. This penthouse also includes two parking spaces as well as a private roof deck and solarium. The condo fee is $2,749.

Poll results

· Millennium Place: Boston's 'Inner-City Country Club' [Curbed Boston]
· Our Real Estate Deathmatch archive [Curbed Boston]

330 Beacon Street

330 Beacon Street, Boston, MA

Millennium Place

580 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111