A full 23 percent of Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking for this capacious two-bedroom, two-bathroom carved from the old American Brewing Company’s headquarters. More results this way ...
The 1,102-square-foot Unit 414 at 156-168 Terrace Street is one of the 19 condos carved from the old factory. Vestiges of the property’s former use can be found in the high ceilings and the support columns.
The privately maintained space would be accessible from Burney and Carmel streets, and would provide frontage as well as outdoor seating for current restaurants and a future 1,900-square-foot one in the new building itself.
In October 2015, sales of the 85 market-rate and mixed-income condos at the under-construction Mosaic on the Riverway residential complex got underway. They have all traded. So far, the average closing price has been $998 a square foot.
Our latest Curbed Comparisons map looks at just what that sum buys around the city, including in Charlestown, the North End, Jamaica Plain, and Mission Hill. These properties range from brand-new condos to single-families in need of some serious TLC.