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Pier 4 penthouse with sweeping deck on sale for nearly $3,000 a square foot

It’s in one of those Boston buildings leading the city’s ultra-luxury sales boom

A long deck with harbor views. Photos via Advisors Living

The Seaport District’s Pier 4 is one of a handful of developments spurring a boom in ultra-luxury sales in Boston. The nine-story, 106-unit building opened in May, and quickly made news with two closings for at least $3,000 a square foot—one of which set a Boston sales record of $4,180 a foot, in fact.

So it’s little surprise that Pier 4 would produce a listing such as the new one for Penthouse I. It is asking $6,992,000—or $2,839 a square foot—through Janice Dumont at Advisors Living.

The 2,462-square-foot spread includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, and comes complete with a private deck that runs to 1,023 square feet. Said deck features a fire pit and a grill. Take a look.

An airy living room with a dangling stairwell running across it.
An open modern kitchen with a wine fridge and an island.
Another view of the kitchen, this time from the island.
Part of a roof deck with a picnic table.