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Seaport District loft with 18-foot ceilings asks nearly $1,000 a square foot

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A deal, right? The unit in the Seaport Lofts includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms

Aerial view of an open living room-dining room area with large windows and lots of furniture. Photos via Compass

Unit 5C at the Seaport Lofts at 437 D Street in—where else?—the Seaport District features 18-foot ceilings and oversized windows. In a city where the term “loft” can be used loosely, this one then checks all the boxes.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom is on sale for $1,295,000 through Compass. That pencils out to $994 a square foot—a hefty sum, but still one that might be considered a bit of a steal in today’s downtown Boston. A report covering closed downtown condo deals during 2019’s third quarter pegged the average price per foot for such properties at $1,134, for instance.

Besides, the total also entitles an owner to deeded garage parking and access to a shared roof deck with water views. What’d you think?

An open kitchen-dining room with furniture and very high ceilings.
An open kitchen-dining room area looking down the length of the thoroughly modern kitchen.
A bedroom with low ceilings and a large bed facing a flat-screen TV.
A bedroom with a bed facing a wall of cabinets, and there’s a flat-screen TV in the corner.
A large bathroom with a soaking tub and a glassed-in shower.