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Big Sale for Harbor Tower Vus That Came w/ 3-BR Condo

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Shortly before he designed the John Hancock Tower, Henry Cobb of I.M. Pei's firm designed Harbor Towers. It was the early 1970s, and the twin Brutalist beauties were originally meant as affordable housing. They ain't anymore, that's for sure. Latest proof? The sale of #14CD, a 3-BR, 2.5-BA spread that was asking $1,499,000 when it dropped in late March.

The 1,980-square-foot condo, which comes with the option for two garaged parking spaces, closed for $1,490,000 after barely two months officially on the market with broker Carmela Laurella. Fast.
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Harbor Towers

65 East India Row, Boston, Massachusetts 02110