Boston’s condo price record – smashed by a blockbuster $14 million sale at the deluxe Mandarin Oriental – is in danger of being broken again.
The entire top floor of the Trinity Place condo tower, a supersized eight-bedroom, eight-bath penthouse, recently hit the market. The asking price: $15 million.
Those thinking of bidding should be well into the multimillionaire category. The condo fees alone are enough to put a quick end to any daydreaming by the less-than-fabulously wealthy. They’re $10,304 a month.
The condo’s asking price was enough to turn the head of John Ford, head of Ford Realty and a veteran downtown and Beacon Hill condo marketer.
If it sold at asking price, it would break a record, Ford said. It would raise the bar for Boston and really compete with Manhattan.
The super sized unit, on the 18th floor of the luxury high-rise that overlooks Copley Square, was created after two top-floor units were combined. Continued.
Source: Boston Herald