Boston’s top first quarter real estate sales by neighborhood

Wayne Braverman
Link Boston Homes
Leading the way in Midtown was the sale of Unit 4703-4 at The Sudbury, 110 Sudbury St. Selling for $9,500,000, this spectacular corner penthouse was the city’s 10th leading sale of the quarter.

This week, Boston Homes looks at the top first quarter sales of 2022 by neighborhood.

According to LINK, there were 707 homes sold in the first quarter in the neighborhoods they cover. Here are the top sales for each of those neighborhoods:

Penthouse E12-B at The Mandarin was the second highest sale in the first quarter. This stunning residence changed owners on March 28 for $13,350,000.


The top two sales in Boston during the first quarter both happened at The Residences at The Mandarin Oriental at 776 Boylston St.

Leading the pack was PH 2C, which closed on March 30 for $15,000,000. This spacious and luxurious beauty showcases two bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms sprawled more than 4,075 square feet of space in a well-designed layout.

The second top sales came on March 28 when Unit E 12-B closed for $13,350,000. This is a stunning two-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath residence with 3,970 square feet of living delight.

This 12th-floor home was originally on the market through Tracy Campion of Campion & Company and sold through Jeffrey Shuman of the Luxury Residential Group, LLC.

Those who call this place home can enjoy access to the five-star Mandarin Hotel amenities, including access to Mandarin spa and gym plus secure 24-hour concierge services.

Though dwarfing its neighbors, The Tudor unifies a diversity of Beacon Hill and Back Bay styles - brick bowfront, French Second Empire, Queen Anne and Richardsonian Romanesque - creating a captivating castle that “fits into the hill perfectly” and “provides an abundance of outlooks, nooks and bays for every apartment.”


The top sales honor in Beacon Hill (11th overall in the city) was Unit 12 at The Tudor. This home, which sold on March 1 for $4,589,919, provides its residents with 2,836 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.

Towering above the Boston Common with the aura of a castle keeping vigil on a French or English countryside, The Tudor at 34½ Beacon St. and Joy Street trumpets its intent: to give its occupants sunny corner exposure and stunning park and city views without having to climb to the top of Beacon Hill for that privilege. It puts them steps from the city’s recreational, cultural and commercial core.

Penthouse 230 at Flagship Wharf took top sales in Charlestown for the first quarter, selling on Jan. 5 for $2,475,000. The views are amazing.


Leading the sales in Charlestown was PH230 at Flagship Wharf, 197 8th St. Originally listed by Marie Richards of Compass, this beautiful 2,432 square-foot corner penthouse duplex sold on Jan. 5 for $2,475,000 through Christopher Dye of DyeNamic Properties.

This fully renovated three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home features a fireplace, two balconies and two garage deeded self-park spaces plus exquisite panoramic views of Boston, Cambridge and Charlestown.

The Baker Square Condominiums at 1241 Adams St. in Dorchester used to be home to the Walter Baker Chocolate Factory. Unit B608 sold on Jan. 25 for $1,400,000.


The sale of Unit B608 at the Baker Square Condominiums, 1241 Adams St. led the sales parade in Dorchester. Originally listed by Jeannette Genova of Coldwell Banker Realty – Milton, the home was purchased through Julie Layden of William Raveis R.E. & Home Services on Jan. 25 for $1,400,000.

This premiere Baker Square penthouse features exposed bricks walls in the former Walter Baker Chocolate Factory. The home also affords sweeping views of the Lower Mills Village, the Neponset River and the Neponset Estuary from the three 16-foot arched windows in the living-dining room and the second ensuite bedroom.

Echelon-Seaport Penthouse 3-A in Tower One sold on Jan. 21 for $5,152,000. This luxury gem at 133 Seaport Blvd. was the top sale in the Seaport neighborhood during the first quarter. This home comes with two bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and 2,014 square feet of living space.


The top sale in this part of the city happened at Echelon Tower One, 133 Seaport Blvd. in Seaport. PH-3A closed on Jan. 21 for $5,152,000. Patrick Cutter of TCC/Echelon-Seaport was the original listing agent and it was bought with Lesley Smith of Barrett Sotheby's International Realty.

This mega penthouse has two bedrooms plus a den-bedroom and two-and-a-half baths along with a 113-square-foot private terrace.

Echelon-Seaport residents enjoy one indoor and two outdoor pools as well as state of the art fitness facilities. The Club Level features a fireplace lounge, private dining room and outdoor terraces with grill stations and fire pits. Services include 24/7 concierge, doormen, porters and 24/7 valet parking.


This was a very busy year for real estate in East Boston. The top sale was Unit 302 at The Mark on DeNormandie Wharf at 99 Sumner St. The home was bought on Feb. 25 for $1,350,000. It was marketed by Janice Dumont of Advisors Living - New Developments and bought with The Chandler Group of Compass.

This new construction home has full water views stretching from Back Bay to Charlestown from every room and the balcony off the living room.

Amenities include: 24/7 concierge, a fitness center with flex studio, a billiards lounge, fireplace lounge and a library. There’s also the residents’ terrace with grills and firepits. Resident also have access to the golf simulator and the Tesla Model X - Envoy Car Share.


Tops in Fenway sales during the first three months of the year was Unit 514 at Symphony Court, 43 Westland Ave. It closed on Jan. 6 for $1,500,000.

This residential home features one bedroom and one bathroom over 1,063 square feet of living space.

If there’s one residential dwelling that captures the pulse of Boston’s vibrant Cultural District, it’s Symphony Court. Located near Symphony Hall right where the South End, Back Bay and Fenway meet, this new luxury condominium building expanded to 82 homes in early 2017.                                  

The roof deck at The Sudbury Condominiums is a pleasing place to enjoy the views of Boston. This luxury new construction tower offers the best of boutique and resort living in Midtown with only 55 condos.


Leading the way in Midtown was the sale of Unit 4703-4 at The Sudbury, 110 Sudbury St. Selling for $9,500,000, it was the city’s 10th leading sale of the quarter.

Tracy Campion of Campion & Company listed the home, which was purchased with Michaela Mahtani of Leading Edge Real Estate.

This is a spectacular corner penthouse residence with 4,000-plus square feet of luxury space with incredible views. This home comes with four beds and a study, four full baths and two powder rooms along with two gas fireplaces and four self-park garage spaces.


Unit 2 at 97 Farragut Rd. led the sales parade in South Boston. It closed on March 16 for $3,150,000.

This home highlights four queen-sized bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen that includes updated appliances and cabinets, and an updated tiled bath. There’s also a sun porch/office and a large paneled living room. This home overlooks Castle Island.

Leading the way in the South End was the sale of Unit 2 at 8 Rutland Square. It sold on Feb. 15 for $3,675,000. This gorgeous triplex features three bedrooms, a family room/den, full heated parking and two private outdoor spaces.


Leading the way in the South End was the sale of Unit 2 at 8 Rutland Square. It sold on Feb. 15 for $3,675,000.

Rebecca Davis Tulman of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty listed the home and it was bought with Michael Gilbert of Compass.

Situated in an intimate two-unit building fully gutted in 2019, this sensational unit offers three floors of sophisticated style.

The open concept chef's kitchen with an island features custom white cabinetry and a long list of high-end appliances. Dramatic French doors lead to a convenient private deck - perfect for entertaining. This gorgeous three-bedroom triplex also has a family room/den, full heated parking and two private outdoor spaces.


It was the sale of Unit 5W at Fulton Court - an upscale, concierge building at 100 Fulton St. - that topped the sales in the Waterfront – North End neighborhood during the first quarter.

It sold on Feb. 18 for $2,250,000. Chris Tuite of Compass was the listing agent and it was purchased with Cheryl and Tim Marsh of Marsh Properties, Inc.

This one-of-a-kind, custom-designed penthouse home features exposed brick walls, beamed ceilings, hardwood flooring, marble baths, central air-conditioning, two marble fireplaces, a wood stove, laundry room and an open third floor family room with wet bar.