Charlestown's recently opened Starboard Place was Boston's best-selling condo building for the second consecutive month in May, according to statistics from our pals at PropertyShark. Recall that the 54-unit complex at 45 First Avenue, which was originally supposed to be apartments, led all other buildings in the city in April with 10 sales. It scored the same number in May. Other best-sellers for that month included the Peabody Square Lofts in Dorchester, Millennium Place in Downtown Crossing and 249 Marlborough Street in Back Bay, where two trades (including this one) were enough to land in the top 10.
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