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.
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