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Here's the latest in local developments, courtesy of Curbed Boston.


Millennium Place under construction this winter

DOWNTOWN CROSSING—The first listings for the more-than-half-sold-out Millennium Place on Washington Street have begun to drop. The most expensive so far is $3,275,000 for a 3-BR, 3-BA penthouse spread over 2,349 square feet.

BOSTON—The city's mega-deals just keep on coming: a 3-BR, 2.5-BA at the Mandarin Oriental has traded for $7,000,000; and the townhouse at 18 Marlborough Street, last listed for $7,900,000, has found a buyer.

EAST CAMBRIDGE—The re-developer of the former Sullivan Courthouse on Thorndike Street has agreed to add at least 24 apartments, after months of criticism of the original all-commercial plan from local residents.

HUB-WIDE—Our David Bates has written a letter from the future, which tells of the Boston real estate apocalypse caused by low inventory and ever-higher prices.