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Fenway Center; $1.3M Over Asking; Copley Place Tower; More

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Here's the latest real estate scoop via Curbed Boston.


Rendering of the first phase of Fenway Center, which includes 420 apartments

FENWAY—Thanks to a key O.K. from the state, the five-building, solar-powered Fenway Center is back on. Construction should start by early 2014 on the first phase, which will include 420 apartments.

BACK BAY—One of the tallest residential towers in Boston, the 625-foot addition to Copley Place, will have many more residential units than originally anticipated. New plans show the tower having as many as 109 condos and 433 apartments.

CAMBRIDGE—Holy wow: This Cambridge house went for $1,300,000 over its asking price. Which was already quite high.

HUB-WIDE—Next week is Hotels Week 2013 at Curbed Boston, and we want to hear your hotel horror stories: bad service, disgusting conditions, weird noises from the room next-door. Anonymity guaranteed, but we want addresses! Email us today.