That a two-bedroom, two-bathroom on the 20th floor of the 30-story Pierce Boston tower at 188 Brookline Avenue in Fenway would ask $1.88 million—or more than $1,600 a square foot—is not surprising.
It might have been a while back, but the tower, which opened toward the start of 2018, has transformed for better or worse Fenway’s reputation pricing-wise, lifting data about the neighborhood into a realm typically usually only occupied by the likes of Back Bay and the South End.
As for this particular number, Unit 20B runs to 1,148 square feet and its tag includes access to Pierce Boston amenities such as a rooftop pool and 24-hour concierge service.
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