There is so much going up along and around Harrison Avenue in the South End that it's important to pay attention to what's there already—gives you a sense of what the new stuff will sell or rent for. Take this 818-square-foot loft at 725 Harrison, which promises its owner elevator access from the complex's parking garage. It hit the sales market way back on April 3 for $589,000. Given the
frenetic froth pitch-perfect health of the Boston condo market, you can kind of guess what happened next, can't you?
Unit E303 closed on May 8 for $605,000—or about $739 a square foot and a total of $16K over the asking price after only 35 days officially on the market. That's the environment the likes of the Sepia Boston and the Ink Block are joining.
· Meet Troy Boston, Part of the South End's Building Boomlet [Curbed Boston]
· 600 Harrison Joining South End's Constructionpalooza [Curbed Boston]
· Boston, It's Time to Admit You Have an Inventory Problem [Curbed Boston]
· Ink Block's Sepia Boston Comes Into Sharper Focus [Curbed Boston]
· Let's Check Out Sepia Boston's Penthouses, Prices [Curbed Boston]