It’s not the priciest pad at 1 Main Street by far (that honor still goes to the penthouse triplex currently asking $19,000,000), but this ninth-floor four-bedroom is no slouch. The corner apartment has incredible views of both bridges as well as 2,600 square feet of interior space. The combined monthly charges come to $3,006. The asking price for the just-listed pad is an aggressive $4,400,000, or almost $1,700 a foot. The unit was listed for a few months last year at $4,000,000 but did not sell.
1 Main Street, #9B [Sotheby’s] GMAP P*Shark
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