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Here are this week's top stories from Curbed Boston.

BACK BAY—The most expensive rental in modern Boston history is up for sale again. Get the Benjamin Mansion and its rooftop pool for a low, low $13,950,000.

DOWNTOWN CROSSING—Closings only just started at the 256-unit luxury condo complex Millennium Place, but, oh boy: The flipping has begun! Unit 201 traded twice on the same day.

JAMAICA PLAIN—The 300,000-square-foot, four-building Commons at Forest Hills will add 283 apartments to the end of the Orange Line.

BRIGHTON—Let the word go forth from this time and place that Brighton is the next It Neighborhood in Boston.