Sometimes a Boston neighborhood falls into obscurity because times change, or demographics change, or in some case there just wasn’t really enough to distinguish the area in the first place.
But some neighborhoods were just always the odd ones out, and how and why they’ve endured even to this degree remains a bit of a mystery. Case in point: Boston’s West End, a small residential neighborhood perhaps famous only for the fact that almost nobody knows about it.
Yesterday, I was conducting a showing on a Boston condo for sale in Boston’s West End at Charles River Park. Many of us know Charles River Park from the signs on Storrow Drive.
Based on a sale price per sq. ft. the Boston condos for sale at Charles River Park are one of the best deals in downtown Boston. One other attractive feature of the Boston condos for sale at Charles River Park, all units feature large closet spaces.
I could go on and on about why I love Charles River Park, but there is one thing you need to be aware of and that is the Whitter condo building’s at Charles River Park will have a special assessment in the near future. The amount is still unknown, but I’ve heard assessments as high as $60 million.