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Jan 28, 2020
Site & Foundation Work Ongoing for 125 Sumner Street in East Boston
Site and foundation work is ongoing for the upcoming 2 building project at 125 Sumner Street in East Boston. One building within the development will contain approximately 22 affordable rental apartments, and the other will contain 30 mixed-income condos. Apartments will include 3 and 4-bedrooms, and condominiums will include studio, one-, two- and three bedrooms. A 1,040 square foot public Community Room facing Boston Harbor connected to an outdoor patio with sweeping harbor and downtown skyline views will be located in the apartment building.
Jan 28, 2020
Building Permit Pulled for Alta Xmbly
A building permit has been pulled for Alta Xmbly. The project will feature a new 8-story building with 329 apartments and just over 10,000 square feet of retail space. The project will also include a parking garage for 188 resident vehicles.
Jan 26, 2020
Certificate of Occupancy Issued for The Residences at Brighton Marine
A certificate of occupancy has been issued for the residences at Brighton Marine at 1465 Commonwealth Ave. The building offers 100 apartments, ranging in size from studios through three-bedrooms, offering open-concept floorplans and modern finishes. All units at Brighton Marine will be leased with a preference for veterans with 11 units reserved for formerly homeless veterans.
Jan 24, 2020
LOI Filed for 600+ Units at 75 Morrissey Blvd
A letter of intent has been filed by Center Court Mass for two-residential towers at 75 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester. The towers would be 15 & 17 stories tall and include up to 608 residential units. The developer also owns the neighboring Star Market parcel and the Beasley Media Group building with plans for additional phases of development to include over 1,000 housing units along with retail and parking.
Jan 21, 2020
Demo of Boston Common Hotel & Conference Center Ongoing to Make Way for Raffles Boston
Demo of the Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center in Back Bay is ongoing to make way for Raffles Boston. The upcoming 33 story tower will feature 146 luxury condos on the upper floors with a 154 room hotel below. Amenities for guests and residents will include five distinct food and beverage venues, a state-of-the-art Raffles Spa with a 20-meter indoor pool, a stunning rooftop garden terrace and lounge, and expansive meeting and pre-function space. The project is expected to be completed in 2022.
Jan 17, 2020
Certificate of Occupancy Issued for A.O. Flats
A certificate of occupancy has been issued for the A.O. Flats just steps from Forest Hills. The mixed-income community includes 78 apartments ranging in size from studios through 2 bedrooms. Amenities on-site include 2 community rooms, a pocket park, and a fitness center.
Jan 17, 2020
154 Terrace St. in Mission Hill Approved
The BPDA has approved the 64 unit condo project at 154 Terrace Street in Mission Hill. The 6-story building will feature a mix of 32 one-bedroom units, 24 one-bedroom plus den units, and 5 two-bedroom units. Units will range in size from approximately 695 square feet to 946 square feet. 27 parking spaces will also be included on-site.
Jan 16, 2020
Permit Pulled for Fire Alarm Install at 100 Shawmut
With structural steel framing rapidly rising, a permit has been pulled for fire alarm install at 100 Shawmut in the South End. The 13-story tower will feature 138 luxury condos along with ground floor cafe space. As part of the project, the development team is preserving the facade of the historic & beam office building that stands on the site.
Jan 06, 2020
Elan Union Market Refinanced for $72 Million
The apartment complex at 122 Arsenal Street has been refinanced by Greystar for $72 million via Northwestern Mutual.
Elan Union Market is a mixed-use development including 282 residential units and 10,600 square feet of retail space in Watertown. The building features a resident gaming lounge, resort-style pool, fitness center, and bicycle storage and repair room. The project also includes an art gallery featuring local artists.
Jan 05, 2020
Steel Framing Rising for 100 Shawmut
Steel framing is rising for the luxury condo project, 100 Shawmut in the South End. The project will offer 138 homes featuring elegant finishes including white oak wood floors and Silestone countertops. Resident amenities will include a 24-hour concierge service, valet parking, a fitness center, library, pet spa, children's playroom, and a rooftop sky lounge.
Jan 05, 2020
Wood Framing Ongoing for The Hearth at Four Corners
Wood framing is ongoing for The Hearth at Four Corners along Ronald Street in Dorchester. The soon to be 4-story building will feature 54 affordable senior apartments just steps from the Four Corners commuter rail station. Units will be primarily one-bedrooms, 52 in total, with 2 studios rounding out the building.
Jan 03, 2020
Interior Finishing Wrapping Up for Bower at Fenway Center Plus NPC Filed for Phase 2
Interior Finishing is wrapping up for Bower, the first phase of The Fenway Center, expected to open this coming Spring. Bower, will feature 312 apartments, 37,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and 200 underground parking spaces across two buildings. A 12,000-square-foot air rights deck and landscaped pedestrian walkway is also being added over Yawkey Station.
Residents at Bower will have access to both indoor and outdoor landscaping, an atrium, plus a pool and roof deck. Newly released renderings show sleek, modern finishes incorporating natural elements. Bower will also be Boston’s first residential project to utilize View Glass, allowing for the most natural light to reach residents without the need for pesky shades. Residents will be able to control the window tint through their smartphones, while the building owners will save on energy costs.
As this first phase of the Fenway Center wraps up, a NPC has been filed for phase two of the development. Key modifications include a shift in the proposed uses of Buildings 3 and 4 from a mix of residential, office, and lab uses to a mix of office/R&D/lab and life science. Updated plans also call for a significant reduction of approximately 500 parking spaces while approximately 3,669 square feet of additional civic open space will be added.
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