The 439-square-foot Unit 210 at 160 Commonwealth Avenue in Back Bay is what one might call a micro-apartment (remember those?).
But, like with the newly developed micro-apartments that were once supposed to solve Boston’s housing crunch, this tiny spread in a 42-year-old building has a decidedly non-micro tag through Gibson Sotheby’s: $410,000.
That pencils out to nearly $934 a square foot.
Still, the spread is fully furnished and the building—the Vendome—includes a 24-hour concierge. Plus, Comm. Ave. in Back Bay, come on.
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