Less than four weeks ago we told you that half of the 83 units in the Sepia Boston condo complex, part of the mammoth Ink Block development in the busy, busy South End, had traded. This despite (or maybe because of) the fact that the complex doesn't open to owners until 2015.
Fast forward to this week, and it appears that about 60 percent of the Sepia's condos have now traded. That's around 50 total, with months to go until opening. The condos have been priced at between $459,000 and more than $2 million.
· Guess How Many New Sepia Condos Have Already Sold [Curbed Boston]
· Incontrovertible Proof of South End Constructionpalooza [Curbed Boston]
· Our Speed Demons archive [Curbed Boston]