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Boston Fenway Condos for sale in 2021, updated in real-time

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Boston Fenway condos for sale – Spring 2021


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Boston Fenway Condo Sale Stats 2021

What was the number of Boston Fenway condos that sold in the 1st Q of 2021?

Boston Fenway had 34 condominiums sold in the 1st Q of 2021

What is the average list price for a Boston Fenway condo in 2021?

The avg. list price for a Boston Fenway condo in the 1st Q of 2021 was $762,000

What is the average list price per sq ft for a Boston Fenway condo?

The avg list price per sq ft of a Boston Fenway condo 1st Q 2021 – $1,071 per sq./ft.

What is the average number of days for a Boston Fenway condo to be on the market for sale?

The avg number of days on the market 35 for a Boston Fenway condo

What is the median sales price in 2021 for a Boston Fenway condo?

The median sales price for a Boston Fenway condo in 2021 is $732,500

The Fenway is a dense urban neighborhood with significant open, green spaces including the Fens and the Fenway Victory Gardens, two parks in the middle of the neighborhood. Perhaps best known to the world as the home of Fenway Park and the famous Red Sox Major League Baseball team; it is also home to a thriving residential community, a large number of Boston’s academic institutions, including Emmanuel, Simmons, and Wheelock Colleges, Boston and Northeastern Universities, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. This area is home to many of Boston’s finest cultural institutions, including Symphony Hall, the Massachusetts Historical Society, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

A part of Fenway, the area known as the Longwood Medical Center, is home to some of the world’s leading health care institutions, including the Beth Israel and the Brigham & Women’s Hospitals.

Kenmore Square is the commercial hub of this neighborhood, drawing students, visitors and locals alike to the many restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Nearby, the historic Sears catalog store, which closed in 1988 after 60 years in business, reopened in October 2000 as the Landmark Center, mixed-use development of retail and office space.