It’s not one of the busier price points in the Boston rental market, but it is unusually fertile at the moment. So, pray tell, what does $10,000 a month command? Our latest Curbed Comparisons finds out.
↑ Unit 2304 at 2 Battery Wharf runs to 1,821 square feet; and every room leads to a 721-square-foot deck that in turn leads to views of Boston Harbor.
There are two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The $10,000 a month also covers two valeted parking spaces and access to building amenities such as a 24-hour concierge.
↑ On the 35th floor of Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street in Downtown Crossing is Unit 3508. The corner condo for rent is 1,637 square feet; and has two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
The rent covers building amenities and valeted parking. And there’s a terrace.
↑ Unit 6 at 205 Commonwealth Avenue in Back Bay is a floor-through spread with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
It includes direct-elevator access and the $10,000 a month covers a deeded parking space behind the building.
↑ Back to the waterfront. Unit TH20 at Union Wharf at 343 Commercial Street is a townhouse-style condo for rent with 2,290 square feet and two bedrooms. There are two and a half bathrooms.
It comes with a private water-fronting deck and a parking space.
↑ Still on the waterfront, this time at 50 Liberty at 50 Liberty Drive, one of the posher new condo developments in Boston.
Unit 12L there is 1,537 square feet, and includes two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The $10,000 rent covers two garaged parking spaces and access to the building’s amenities, including a 24-hour concierge.
Which $10,000-a-month spread would you rent?
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Unit 2304 at 2 Battery Wharf
Unit 3508 at 1 Franklin Street
Unit 6 at 205 Commonwealth Avenue
Unit TH20 at 343 Commercial Street
Unit 12L at 50 Liberty Drive