After about eight months on the market, all three big-ticket units at 253 Pacific Street have sold. Last week, Unit #2 hit our Biggest Sales List after selling for $2,647,450. It was asking $2.6 million. And over the weekend a broker reported that the last unit, which was asking $2,150,000, sold. Both units #1 and #3 sold at ask, according to the broker. This townhouse building, which features private balconies, elevator entrances, lots of concrete and steel panels, was designed by architect James Cleary.
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