Court Square Press Lofts

9 West Broadway / Boston / 02127

Overview

Court Square Press Lofts

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About Court Square Press Lofts

Located at the head of the Fort Point Channel in South Boston, Court Square Press Lofts feature exposed brick and beams, soaring ceiling heights, and large windows. Equipped with a 24/7 concierge and maintenance staff, this luxury condo complex comes complete with a beautiful outdoor pool, an on-site gym, and a parking garage. Court Square Press Lofts would be great for people working in Boston’s Financial District due to the short commute.

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Sold

2 bedroom sold in Court Square Press Lofts Average sold price - $624,750 ($508 / sqft)

Apartment Price Beds/Baths/Half SqFt Sold Price/SF  
9 Broadway 303, Boston MA 303 $680,000 2 / 2 / 0 1,288 03/22/2013 $549  
9 Broadway 103, Boston MA 103 $620,000 2 / 2 / 0 1,279 12/19/2013 $481  
9 Broadway 201, Boston MA 201 $599,000 2 / 2 / 0 1,130 03/29/2013 $481  
9 Broadway 104, Boston MA 104 $600,000 2 / 2 / 0 1,230 06/28/2013 $485  

1 bedroom sold in Court Square Press Lofts Average sold price - $488,000 ($546 / sqft)

Apartment Price Beds/Baths/Half SqFt Sold Price/SF  
9 Broadway 112, Boston MA 112 $550,000 1 / 1 / 0 1,191 03/11/2013 $458  
9 Broadway 500, Boston MA 500 $569,000 1 / 1 / 1 1,191 05/01/2013 $504  
9 Broadway 509, Boston MA 509 $510,000 1 / 1 / 0 861 -- $458  
9 Broadway 313, Boston MA 313 $480,000 1 / 1 / 0 763 07/23/2013 $385  
9 Broadway 219, Boston MA 219 $462,500 1 / 1 / 0 678 12/06/2013 $366  
9 Broadway 109, Boston MA 109 $422,500 1 / 1 / 0 876 11/06/2012 $375  
9 Broadway 321, Boston MA 321 $422,000 1 / 1 / 0 852 08/15/2012 $411  

Building Info

Type:
Luxury Building
Area:
South Boston
Year Built:
2004
# of Units:
130
Unit sizes:
750 - 2,700 sqft

About this Community

South Boston

South Boston

Long a remote peninsula, Boston annexed South Boston in 1804. In 1805, the city constructed a bridge linking South Boston to the rest of the city. Planners organized the community with a regular grid of numbered and lettered streets, a pattern atypical of the rest of the city...

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