In a move that should surprise absolutely no one who follows the luxurification of Boston, developer Samuels & Associates is offering 12 so-called sky cabanas atop its under-construction Pierce Boston in Fenway for $300,000 to $350,000 each.
The open-air roof decks will come complete with lounge furniture, wet bars, and wide views of Boston, including the nearby ballpark, and will range from 150 to 250 square feet. The spaces will therefore cost more than $1,000 a square foot, making them just as expensive as many luxury condos in the city.
There is a catch: To buy a cabana, one must first buy a condo in the 30-story tower at 188 Brookline Avenue. Those 109 units start at around $1,000,000 and scale quickly upward. Something tells us that, in an era of $33,000,000 sales and $1,100,000 over-asks, the cabanas will go fast.
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