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Am I the only one disappointed with how this is turning out? IMHO, the balcony "notches" and dark glass panels a few stories below make for a "clunky" upper portion of the building. (Not sure I'm phrasing this the right way.) It would be much more elegant if the glass was unbroken and uniform.
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I like the glassy addition to the skyline. Breaks up the dark brown towers of the 80's.
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The top floor $37.5 million penthouse is now under agreement according to Curbed Boston.

Millennium Tower's $37.5M Grand Penthouse Just Sold\

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The spread was asking $37,500,000 and would be far and away the priciest home sale in Boston history should it trade for anywhere near that amount.
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