Curbed Boston recently ran a Jamaca Plain condo market analysis from the real estate site NeighborhoodX, which examined a series of JP condos currently on the spring market.
Their findings? The average price per square foot for JP condos is currently $451. On the low end of the spectrum, the analysis identified 222 Allandale Road #A at $303 per square foot (although, it should be noted, the property is 5,358 square feet and listed at $1,625,000). On the high end, the going price is $620 per square foot for a condo at 156 Green St. (the new Bartlett Square development across from the Green Street T station).
The analysis certainly reveals a diversity in JP condo prices, which have trended upwards during the past year. Curbed notes that JP's higher-end prices "are comparable, if not pricier, than overall ones in places such as Cambridge and Somerville, never mind Boston as a whole."
What are you seeing in the spring real estate market? Are $300-per-square-foot condos in JP quickly becoming a thing of the past, or are there still bargains to be had in the neighborhood for savvy shoppers or those willing to put some elbow grease into a property?