The 14-story, 120-unit luxury condo development at 50 Liberty Drive on the Boston waterfront’s Fan Pier officially topped off in early December after just over a year of construction.
Now come the first listings and they’re as pricey as you would expect from Twenty-Two Liberty’s fraternal twin.
Unit 3A, a 2,036-square-foot 2-BR, 2.5-BA with two garaged parking spaces, is asking $2,000 a square foot on the nose—or $4,072,000.
More typical of the pricing is Unit 8L, a 1,537-square-foot 2-BR, 2.5-BA, also with two garaged parking spaces. It’s asking $1,410 and change a square foot—or a rather precise $2,168,565.
And, if a prospective buyer can’t quite swing a 2-BR, the 1,297-square-foot 1-BR, 2-BA Unit 4E is asking $1,848,995. Come to think of it, though, that pencils out to more than $1,425 a foot.
Closings are probably a ways off—50 Liberty isn’t slated to open until next fall—and, like with Twenty Two Liberty, developer the Fallon Company is handing sales in-house.
- Fan Pier’s 50 Liberty condo complex tops off [Curbed Boston]
- Twenty Two Liberty Sales: Gobsmacking As Everyone Thought [Curbed Boston]