A plethora of new development is going up in the South End's northeastern corner, including the various stages of the Ink Block mega-complex and the Troy, one of the biggest new apartment buildings in all of Boston. To be near this activity is to be near epic urban change. The aged Victorian at 156 Warren Avenue gives you just such an opportunity. The 3,200-square-foot building is on the market through Street & Co. as basically a fixer-upper: "Ready to be converted back into a spectacular single-family residence," the listing reads, "or possible condominium conversion ..." The townhouse is asking $2,995,000. Stay tuned.
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