Back Bay Trinity Place Luxury Condos

Built in 200, Trinity Place, a 100 unit luxury condo development adjacent to the Boston Public Library in Back Bay, remains one of the most coveted places to call home in ht heart of the city.  The boutique feel, the professionalism of the valet staff, and the concierge staff provide a welcoming feel to residents of the 18-story building that sees approximately 5% turnover per year.

Currently, there are 6 units available at Trinity Place, including the two penthouse units, which at one time, were being offered as a single unit for (historically) a record breaking listing amount of $15 million.  HOA fees in the development average a little over $1.00 per square foot, and other onsite amenities include a gym with small locker rooms.

  • 205 – 1 bed / 1 bath, 846 square feet – $749,900
  • 906, 1 bed / 1 bath, 836 square feet – $765,000
  • 601 – 2 bed / 2.5 bath, 1,900 square feet – $2,200,000
  • 403 – 3 bed / 2.5 bath, 2,111 square feet – $2,350,000
  • PH1 – 3 bed / 3 bath / 2 half baths, 2,838 square feet – $4,500,000
  • PH2 – 5 bed / 5 bath / 2 half baths, 3,650 square feet – $7,000,000

The best bargain on the list is more than likely unit 906, which is a double exposure northwest facing condo that gets you just above the Boston Public Library and most surrounding rooftops.

Trinity Place 906

With ultra luxury residences like the Mandarin Oriental now coming online 1.5 blocks away from Trinity Place, it’s the consistent quality and attention to detail that will keep Trinity Place, and similar high-end developments, in demand for years to come.  For more information, please contact us using the link at the top of this page.

Record Breaking $17 Million Boston Condo

In the midst of perhaps the most anticipated opening of a Boston condo development, the Mandarin Oriental can now lay claim to boasting that it houses the most expensive Boston condo listing to ever hit the resale market in Boston at almost $17 million.  The 8,000 square foot Mandarin Oriental penthouse (not double, but quadruple exposure) is listed at a record breaking $16,990,000.

Details from the Boston MLS: Boston’s most awe inspiring Penthouse ever to be built!!!! 14 stories above Back Bay, this 8,000 sf oasis features floor-to-ceiling windows on 4 sides providing unmatched and unobstructed views of Boston’s skyline, Cambridge and the Charles River. Unique in every way this sprawling top floor residence includes two large terraces and two enormous private decks spanning over 3,000 sf, which can be accessed by private elevator truly allowing the city to become yours.

This new Boston Mandarin Oriental condo shatters the $15 million Trinity Place listing that was the previous most expensive condo listing to hit the Boston market (see Trinity Place Penthouse – $15 Million).  For more information, please contact us using the link at the top of this page.

Trinity Place Multi Million Dollar Condo Sells Fast

On January 28, 2008, a 2,239 square foot unit at Trinity Place (1 Huntington Avenue) hit the market for $2,495,000. Trinity Place is a luxury, concierge served, development that houses 100 units. Unit 1302 stayed on the MLS (and still remains as active) for several hours, only to receive an accepted offer!

Trinity Place is home to the two 18th floor penthouse units that were combined after the development was completed in 2000. The two penthouse units were listed on the Boston MLS as a single unit, the highest priced condo to ever hit the Boston market at $15 million (see Trinity Place Penthouse – $15 Million). The mega listing expired, and the units are now split up, one of them listed at $7 million.

The listing agent of Unit 1302 returned a phone call on January 29th as a follow up to a client request of ours for further details on the unit…we were informed at that time that the unit had an accepted offer.

Boston Says No Thanks to $15 Million Price Tag

When the two penthouse units (1801 and 1802) at Trinity Place were combined into a single listing earlier this year, priced at $15 million, it was the highest priced condo to ever hit the Boston real estate market.

As we described in July (see Trinity Place Penthouse – $15 Million), the combined penthouse units boasted over 7,000 square feet of living space, 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, and 4 valet-parking spaces, along with a $10K per month HOA fee.

After more than 200 days on the market, the $15 million listing has been withdrawn. According to Maryann Taylor, the exclusive listing agent, parties were “interested” in the mega-penthouse unit, but, nothing came to fruition. The Seller has decided to move forward with separating the units, and has now placed unit 1801 on the market for $7 million.

In addition to the $7 million listing, there are two other condos available at Trinity place (see Trinity Place Listing Details). For more information, use the ‘Contact Us’ link at the top of the page.

Trinity Place Condo Development

Another exclusive photo of Trinity Place in Boston’s Back Bay. What’s that at the top of the building…the $15 million Trinity Place penthouse.

Trinity Place Condo Development

Trinity Place Penthouse – $15 Million

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It’s now been over 100 days, and it does not appear as though there is a suitor for the most expensive condo to ever hit the market in Boston. Trinity Place, a 100-unit condo development dating back to 1999 construction created 2 penthouse units on its 18th floor, and through the foresight of a single individual, they have since been combined into what is now the highest priced listing to ever hit the Boston condo scene.

A 1,400 square foot gallery connects units 1801 and 1802, which together boast 8,500 square feet, 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, and 4 valet-parking spaces. Is it really a “condo”, well, that’s for you to decide. Don’t forget the $10,000 per month HOA fee.

Back in March 2000, the present owner had the foresight to purchase both of the penthouse units, 1801 and 1802, for $3.95 and $3.75 million respectively. Should the seller obtain a sales price anywhere near the asking price of $15 million, a handsome profit will be pocketed.

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Trinity Place Penthouse