Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount (or thereabouts) in the Boston area. Is one woman’s studio another woman’s townhouse? Let’s find out! Next up is $875,000.
Unit 517 at 21 Wormwood Street where Fort Point meets the Seaport District is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom loft running to 1,025 square feet. It includes central air, a washer-dryer, and 11-foot ceilings. The condo fee is $332.
The 778-square-foot Penthouse 606 at 99 Sumner Street is part of a 107-unit waterfront development opening in 2020 that will include amenities such as a fitness center and a 24/7 concierge. Parking is available for purchase.
Back to the Fort Point-Seaport borderlands, where Unit 412 at the three-year-old 319 A Street runs to 693 square feet. It includes one bedroom and one bathroom as well as central air and a W/D. The condo fee is $807.
Unit 209 at 75 Clarendon Street where the South End meets Back Bay includes central air and a W/D as well. The 867-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom has a condo fee of $590.77, and garage parking can be had for an additional $125,000.
Finally, there’s Unit 2 at 50 Fenway, which runs to 1,127 square feet and “flows like a NYC flat,” according to its listing. The spread has two bedrooms and one bathroom as well as two fireplaces. The condo fee is $503.17.
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Unit 517 at 21 Wormwood in Fort Point
Penthouse 606 a 99 Sumner in Eastie
Unit 412 at 319 A in Fort Point
Unit 209 at 75 Clarendon in the South End
Unit 2 at 50 Fenway in Fenway-Kenmore