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A place where price is practically no object

Mandarin's condos push up Hub average

A look at the living area in one of the Mandarin Oriental condo units with bamboo flooring. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff) A look at the living area in one of the Mandarin Oriental condo units with bamboo flooring.
By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / October 31, 2008

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Buyers are spending nearly $3,000 a square foot on condominiums at the Mandarin Oriental Boston - double the amount at any other upscale building - as the real estate slowdown barely brushes the city's luxury market. (Full article: 470 words)

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