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 person’s condo another one’s detached single family? Let’s find out! Next up is $950,000 in Boston.
Unit #202 is an 893-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in Windsor Place on 390 Commonwealth Avenue. It includes in-unit laundry, central air, and a common outdoor pool. The asking is $949,000, and the condo fee is $681. Garaged parking is included.
The 799-square-foot Unit 1414 at Millennium Place on 580 Washington Street also has central air and in-unit laundry—as well as a 24-hour concierge, fitness center, screening room, private lounge with dining and fireplace, and children’s playroom. This one-bedroom, one-bathroom is asking $949,000, and the condo fee is $751.
In Fort Point, Unit 211 at 319 A Street is asking $949,000 for its 813-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom plus den. There’s laundry in-unit and private storage, and the $726 condo fee goes toward the rooftop deck, common bike room, and a covered drive-through.
80a W Cedar Street #1 is asking $950,000 even. It’s a 1,050-square-foot duplex with three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. There’s in-unit laundry and a $467 condo fee.
This condo at 32 Charter Street #4 is 1,214 square feet with three bedrooms and one bathroom. There’s in-unit laundry, a roof deck, basement storage, and a $195 condo fee.
Which one would you buy?
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Unit #202 on Commonwealth Avenue in Back Bay
Unit 1414 at Millennium Place in Downtown Crossing
Unit 211 at on 319 A Street in Fort Point
80a W Cedar Street #1 in Beacon Hill
32 Charter Street #4 in the North End