The Unitarian Universalist Association sold the building at 25 Beacon Street in Beacon Hill in early 2014. The new owner commenced a condo conversion shortly thereafter and the fruits of said conversion have now started to be realized. The resultant project, called simply 25 Beacon, is comprised of six floor-through units, each just over 3,500 square feet, in a building with a 24-hour doorman, wine storage and a fitness room. As you can see from the renderings for the newly listed Unit 4, 25 Beacon is aiming for the same sort of ultra-high-end gloss as the recently introduced Maison Vernon condos at 41 Mount Vernon Street, another Beacon Hill building that the Unitarians sold in early 2014. Two of 25 Beacon's six units appear to have dropped so far, including Unit 4, which comes with its own balcony and two garaged parking spaces. The spread is asking a total of $9,000,000, which pencils out to $2,511 and change a square foot. Unit 3, an identically sized 3-BR, 3.5-BA with two garaged spaces as well, wants $8,900,000. Stay tuned for the rest and for the first deals at this puppy.
· First Chance to Regardez Beacon Hill's Maison Vernon [Curbed Boston]
· Our Debuts archive [Curbed Boston]