clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Curbed Cup 1st Round: (5) West End vs. (12) Downtown Xing

New, 1 comment

The first round of the fourth annual Curbed Boston Cup rolls on. Help us pick the Hub's Neighborhood of the Year! Reminder: Polls open 24 hours. Go.

In addition to boasting some of the busier condo complexes in all of Boston, the West End has been home to some of 2014's brasher developments. Tops amongst these is the 415-foot, 38-floor Avalon North Station that broke ground in October behind the similarly named transit hub. Penthouses there might rent for $10,000 a month.


Downtown Crossing is easily one of the game-changing-est neighborhoods in the entire region. This is mostly due to high-profile developments such as Millennium Place, easily Boston's best-selling condo complex of 2014, and Millennium Tower, the under-construction behemoth where condos sell for Manhattan-like prices (try a trio for $9M each or thereabouts). The jury's still out re: whether Downtown Crossing will become the 24-7 nabe everyone wants it to be; but its changes continued unabated this year.

Poll results

· Boston's Best-Selling Condo Buildings at the Start of Fall [Curbed Boston]
· $10K a Month to Live Above North Station? It Could Happen. [Curbed Boston]
· $10K a Month to Live Above North Station? It Could Happen. [Curbed Boston]
· New Name, Groundbreaking Date for Nashua Street Residences [Curbed Boston]
· Three Millennium Tower Penthouses Sell for Over $9M Each [Curbed Boston]
· Millennium Place: Boston's Best-Selling Luxury Condo in 2014 [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Boston Cup 2014 archive [Curbed Boston]

Millennium Tower

1 Franklin Street, , MA 02110 Visit Website

Millennium Place

580 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111