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Somerville's $100K Over-Ask; Parking-Less Condo; More

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

SOMERVILLE—Meet the house that went for $100,000 over its asking price. Plus! It's the priciest Somerville trade of August and September so far.

FORT POINT—The latest residential entrant in the area is 338 Congress Street, currently a parking lot and destined, it looks like, to be a 118-foot building with 40 housing units.

NORTH END/WEST ENDThe developers of Lovejoy Wharf want to plant 175 luxury condos at the site—sans parking spaces. It would be a first for downtown Boston.

HUB-WIDE—We mapped what you can buy for just shy of $800,000.