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To the Victor Go the Spoils: What's Left at Swank Boston Tower

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When the Victor debuted in January at 110 Beverly Street near North Station, it came out swinging. The 286-unit development offered mad-crazy amenities such as a glass-enclosed sports court and a thorough concierge service powered by Tillinger's Concierge (no bocce ball, though, at least not yet). Moreover, its rents were ambitious even by modern Boston standards. We're talking studios asking more than $3,000 a month and 2-BRs for more than $5,200.

Guess what? The Victor is mostly full. Seventy-eight percent of its units have been leased. Who said there's a luxury apartment glut looming in Boston? Oh, right.

As of Thursday, there were 65 units still up for grabs. These break down thus:
· Nine studios renting for between $2,640 and $3,390.
· Thirty-eight 1-BRs renting for between $3,125 and $4,325.
· Eighteen 2-BRs renting for between $3,740 and $5,285.
Good luck.
· Website: the Victor [Simpson Property Group]
· Boston's Victor, Its Court and Its $3K 1-BRs Welcome You [Curbed Boston]
· Big-Time Boston Landlord 'Banking On' Luxury Apartment Glut [Curbed Boston]
· Bocce Ball Courts Are Now a Thing in Boston Apartments [Curbed Boston]
· The Amenities of the Hub's Newer Apartment Complexes [Curbed Boston]

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