Boston Makes Yet Another Top Ten List

According to the Boston Business Journal, Boston ranks 9th as one of the top 10 U.S. cities for personal income, following New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, Houston, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth, and San Francisco-Oakland. New York City leads the pack with a Total Personal Income (TPI) of $1.031 trillion.

Total Personal Income or TPI, is defined as the sum of all money received by all residents of a given area in a given year & encompasses such diverse sources of income as salaries, interest payments, dividends, rental income and government checks.

Boston grosses a total of $248.9 billion in total personal income.

View the entire post on the Boston Business Journal

In lieu of all of this discussion of incredible personal wealth let’s take a look at some of the most expensive Boston condos on the market right now.  Hey, if you have the money to spend, why not get one of these incredibly breathtaking Boston condos?

After searching for the most expensive Boston condos currently listed, it was interesting to discover that the most expensive Boston condos are all located in Boston’s Back Bay and Beacon Hill and the majority of the most expensive Boston condos can be found along Comm Ave.

View some of the listings for the most expensive Boston condos on the market right now:

40 Beacon St, single family, 21000 sq ft, $23,500,000

15 Commonwealth Ave, single family, 15000 sq ft, $20,000,000

776 Boylston St Unit W PH 2E, 8000 sq ft, 14th floor, $16,990,000
The Mandarin Oriental Residences

53 Commonwealth Ave, 7 Bd 7 Ba, 9578 sq ft, $14,800,000

74 Beacon St, 6 Bd 9 Ba, 8450 sq ft, $14,950,000

58 Commonwealth Ave, 5 Bd 6 Ba, 9786 sq ft, $12,500,000

128 Commonwealth Ave, 5 Bd 6.5 Ba, 9000 sq ft, $9,995,000

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Source: Boston Business Journal

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