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Copley Place Tower; Marlborough Mega-Listing; More

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Here's this week's top news from Curbed Boston.

BACK BAY—The mega-listings just keep on comin' for Boston: This time it's the triplex at 163 Marlborough, which is already listed as a rental for $23,000 a month. It's now asking $7,200,000 as a sales listing. Whichever comes first.

HUB-WIDE—Spit out that gum and sit up straight! Curbed University is back in session! First lesson: Figuring out how much Hub home you can afford.

BACK BAY—That stalled Copley Place tower, which at 47 stories was due to be Boston's tallest condo tower (before Millennium Tower came along), may return as "mostly rentals," according to its developer.

CHARLESTOWN—The 1,390-square-foot Unit 903 at Flagship Wharf traded for $1,125,000, making it the most expensive per-square-foot sale ($809.35) in the neighborhood since 2008.