The lower half of the luxury tower was completed last week and deeds for the first 47 units to officially close were filed. The units range from $875,000 for a 16th floor unit to $8,700,000 for a 45th floor unit.
About 75% of the current buyers come from around the Boston area, according to the Boston Globe.
The remaining residents are from around the country and the world, which really reflects Boston’s developing image as an international city.
Out of the 442 units within the building only 20 have yet to be sold.
The top floor units will be complete and ready for move in later this year.
The 685-foot tower is not only the tallest residential building in the city, but one of Boston’s most anticipated new developments. Along with the high-end luxury living units the development also brings with it an abundance of new retail to the Downtown Crossing area.