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Millennium Tower Groundbreaking; $17M in Brookline; More

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

DOWNTOWN CROSSING—The mother of all recent Boston towers, Millennium Tower, has set a date for its official groundbreaking. Send the good suit to the dry-cleaner.

BROOKLINE—The 23-room, 15,453-square-foot mansion at 39 Sears Road hit the sales market for a gobsmacking $17,000,000, making it easily the most expensive listing in the region.

HUB-WIDE—Here are 10 condos for sale right now for $359,000. And here are 10 apartments and houses for rent right now for $3,000 a month. It's Curbed Comparisons!

BOSTON—We want to hear from you, dear reader: How dense and tall should the city be building? It all stems from a vociferous debate over the dimensions of the proposed 1350 Boylston.