The 585-unit 345 Harrison apartment building at 345 Harrison Ave. in Boston.

The narrative for the most expensive apartment submarkets in Boston has been flipped. Pricey areas of Boston are now experiencing some of their best rent growth in the past three or more years.

For much of 2016 and 2017, a wave of luxury construction created a fierce competition for high-end renters, slowing rent growth overall but particularly harming the top-end…

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