There are few Boston buildings that could ask with a straight face for around $3,000 a square foot and the Mandarin Oriental is one of them. The condo portion of the luxury complex contains some of the city's priciest homes on record (and the hotel portion is technically the most valuable of its sort in the region). So the tag for Penthouse 1-D, a newly listed 1,985-square-foot 2-BR, 2.5-BA with direct-elevator access and a private terrace, is not all that surprising. Related: Mandarin Oriental Boston: Inside the City's Priciest Hotel
Penthouse 1-D wants $5,900,000, which pencils out to $2,972.29 a square foot. Will it command that? We wouldn't be floored if it did. Stay tuned.
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· Our Mega-Listage archive [Curbed Boston]