Jun 16, 2016, 7:18am EDT
January 30, 2018
Inside a customized 38th-floor condo in Downtown Crossing’s Millennium Tower
These photos show the finished product of about six months’ work in what is for now Boston’s tallest residential spire.
August 25, 2016
Big price-chop could be Millennium Tower first
New England’s tallest residential building has seen its share of price-chops—but usually as a deal closes. Now comes a pre-closing reduction for a 1,745-square-foot spread on the 60-story tower’s 38th floor.
August 18, 2016
Boston’s most expensive home sale ever
The sale of the 13,000-square-foot, 60th-floor penthouse at Millennium Tower that was asking $37,500,000 has closed. The buyer is John Grayken, a private equity billionaire originally from Cohasset.
July 18, 2016
Millennium Tower: the ultimate timeline
Deeds for the first 47 condos to close at the Downtown Crossing spire were filed last week with Suffolk County. The milestone marks the end of the years-long journey of what (for) is Boston’s—and New England’s—tallest residential tower.
July 13, 2016
Millennium Tower unit Boston’s highest rental ever
The new owner of the 48th-floor condo wants to lease it for five figures a month. Since no residential tower in the city stretches anywhere near 48 floors, it looks like this spread is the highest rental ever offered in Boston.
June 16, 2016
Boston’s biggest home sale ever
A billionaire investor who made his fortune in delinquent loans and distressed properties has bought Millennium Tower’s 13,000-square-foot penthouse for more than $30,000,000. Thing is, though, he’s not likely to live there full-time.