We've known for quite some time that the six full-floor units at the tony condo redevelopment of 25 Beacon Street in Beacon Hill were coming online, even as said redevelopment continues. The asking price of the penthouse, however, the biggest spread in the Jazz Age building that the Unitarian Universalist Association sold in early 2014, has been a mystery.
Until now. The 4,044-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA spread with direct elevator access, a wine cellar, parking for two, and (of course) bike storage just formally debuted through Campion & Co. for a cool $11,500,000.
Such a sum would in any other year probably ensure that the penthouse finishes 2016 as among Boston's priciest home sales. Yet this monster in Downtown Crossing has upended everything. Still, stay tuned. Meanwhile, more of the latest renderings below.
- Boston Home Sales: the 10 Biggest of 2015 [Curbed Boston]
- The Six Floor-Through Units of 25 Beacon Are Starting to Arrive [Curbed Boston]
- Millennium Tower's $37.5M Grand Penthouse Just Sold [Curbed Boston]