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Eastie Church Conversion; Seaport Square Condo Prices

SEAPORT—Developer John Hynes gabbed with the Business Journal's Catherine Carlock about all things Seaport Square, including what the condos in the mega-development might go for: "We haven't set the costs yet. You're paying a premium for quality of life and location, the design of the buildings and the quality of the construction. At the end of the day, unfortunately, these buildings are very expensive to build, and you've got to clear $1,000 a foot across the board to make these new projects work. Just as a range, we're going to be certainly in the $1,000-to-$2,000-a-foot range." [Biz Journal]
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EAST BOSTON—We may be looking at the next church-to-residences conversion in Boston: "The Archdiocese of Boston has sold a former East Boston church for $3 million, signaling to former parishioners the ongoing transformation of the working-class Italian-American neighborhood into an increasingly lucrative real estate hot spot, sought out by wealthy investors." [Globe]

Seaport Square

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