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Tiny Boston condos brand-new: Would you pay $1,100/foot for a studio?

Including in 319 A Street, the Siena, and Millennium Tower

Tiny houses and condos dot the Boston region, including from inside some of Boston proper’s newer luxury developments. For this Curbed Comparisons, we run down the smaller options square-feet-wise in the likes of Downtown Crossing’s Millennium Tower and the South End's Siena.


Be warned: As we’ve noted this Micro Week, smaller doesn’t at all equal cheaper.

Unit 504 at 319 A Street is asking $599,000 for its 527 square feet (that’s more than $1,100 a square foot). According to the Campion & Co. listing, the studio is the last unit available in the swanky Fort Point development.


At game-change-y Millennium Tower, Unit 2209 is asking $1,295,000 for its 780 square feet. In fact, the price on the 1-BR, 1-BA actually went up in August $95,000. The current tag pencils out to $1,660 a square foot.


The South End’s Siena is one of several new developments helping to transform that neighborhood. Unit 210 in the under-construction complex at 40 Traveler Street wants $933,000 for its 837 square feet, which includes one bedroom and two full bathrooms. That translates into $1,115 a square foot.


And, at Forecaster 121, a new building at 121 Portland Street in Bulfinch Triangle, Unit 701 is asking $905,000 for 807 square feet that includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. That’s $1,121 a square foot for those scoring at home.