The 3-BR, 4.5-BA Unit 3 at 150 Beacon Street once asked $144,000 a month in rent. It also asked $6,950,000 on the sales market starting this summer. That translated into an eye-popping $1,804.97 a square foot, enough to make the third-floor floor-through the most expensive new condo listing in all of Boston back then (things have changed decidedly since). A deal for Unit 3 and its abundant closet space, as well as its two parking spaces and central air, recently closed. Bucking a long-lived trend in Boston condos, the spread went for $45K under its asking price. Still. $6.35M.
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