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Pierce Boston’s 109 condos mostly sold as leasing starts on apartment component

Fenway’s tallest spire

The 109 condos of Pierce Boston are 60 percent sold, according to lead developer Samuels & Associates.

Recall that the 30-story, 340-foot tower is slated to be Fenway’s tallest building—and one of the tallest in Massachusetts west of Back Bay—when it’s finished next year; and its asking prices have been some of the highest the neighborhood has ever seen.

Pierce Boston under construction in fall 2016
Photo courtesy of Arquitectonica

What’s more, leasing on the building’s 240-unit apartment component—officially known as 200 Brookline—has just started, and those asking amounts are nothing to sneeze at, either. Try studios starting at more than $2,900 a month or one-bedrooms at more than $3,000.

Pierce Boston’s two-bedrooms start at $4,600-plus and its three-bedrooms at more than—gasp!—$7,000 monthly.

Of course, the building will offer amenities such as a roof-top pool, a fitness center, a 24-hour concierge, even an arcade. What say you?