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Boston’s new Boulevard on the Greenway starts dropping condos

And—surprise—they’re pricey

Renderings via Finegold Alexander/Campion & Co./LDa Architecture & Interiors

Condo sales have started at the new development called the Boulevard on the Greenway at 110 Broad Street in downtown Boston.

Developer New Boston Ventures is in the process of replacing a four-story building and a 19th-century warehouse with a complex of 36 condos. Thirty-one of them will be market-rate and the Charles Bulfinch-designed warehouse will be incorporated into the complex, which Finegold Alexander Architects is designing (LDa Architecture & Interiors is handling the interiors).

The Boulevard’s condos, which Campion & Co. are marketing, are not coming cheap. As to be expected for new-development units in such a prime spot, all of the newly listed condos appear to be retailing for well over $1,000 a square foot.

The most expensive Boulevard listing so far is $3,835,000 for a 2,362-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA on the 10th floor. That’s $1,623.62 a square foot.

Two floors down, a 2,414-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA is asking $3,725,000—or $1,543.08 a square foot.

The cheapest listed option so far is a 1,392-square-foot 1-BR, 2-BA asking $1,695,000, which pencils out to $1,217.67 a square foot.

Interestingly, what became the Boulevard condos was originally slated to be an apartment building—52 at one count, though the figure had shrunk to 40.