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The Priciest Parking Spaces in Modern Boston History

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Given that a woman did, indeed, agree to pay $560,000 on Thursday for two parking spaces at 298 Commonwealth Avenue, we thought we'd map every parking space (or pair of parking spaces) that has gone for more than $100,000. They're exactly where you'd expect they'd be, but they did not all sell for what they were originally asking, giving hope to humanity after all. One more thing: forgive the lack of photos; they're parking spaces.


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132 Commonwealth Avenue

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Two parking spaces here went for $200,000 total in August 2012. They had been originally asking $350,000.

195 Beacon Street

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This single space traded in April 2013 for the asking of $195,000 after just 29 days on the market.

Four Seasons

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This single spot went for $185,000 in July 2011.

300 Boylston Street

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Two non-tandem parking spaces traded here on the same March day for $175,000 each.

135 Marlborough Street

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A single space here sold in December 2011 for $175,000 after asking $225,000; it took only three days to trade.

276 Marlborough Street

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These two parking spaces debuted in November 2010 for $151,000 total; and they traded for just that the following January.

37 Brimmer Street

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A parking space here traded in April for $275,000 as part of a larger triplex deal.

48 Commonwealth Avenue

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This one holds the record for single priciest parking space: $300,000 in 2009.

286 Marlborough Street

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A single space here went for a cool quarter-mill in December 2012.

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132 Commonwealth Avenue

Two parking spaces here went for $200,000 total in August 2012. They had been originally asking $350,000.

195 Beacon Street

This single space traded in April 2013 for the asking of $195,000 after just 29 days on the market.

Four Seasons

This single spot went for $185,000 in July 2011.

300 Boylston Street

Two non-tandem parking spaces traded here on the same March day for $175,000 each.

135 Marlborough Street

A single space here sold in December 2011 for $175,000 after asking $225,000; it took only three days to trade.

276 Marlborough Street

These two parking spaces debuted in November 2010 for $151,000 total; and they traded for just that the following January.

37 Brimmer Street

A parking space here traded in April for $275,000 as part of a larger triplex deal.

48 Commonwealth Avenue

This one holds the record for single priciest parking space: $300,000 in 2009.

286 Marlborough Street

A single space here went for a cool quarter-mill in December 2012.