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About Dock Square Garage

20 Clinton Street, Bulfinch Triangle, Boston, MA


Six-story, 264,462-square-foot parking structure standing on 1.2 acres of land overlooking the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The garage contains 698 vehicle spaces with 16,100 square feet of ground-floor retail occupied by Hard Rock Cafe, and was built in 1980 and renovated in 2007.


Fortis Property Group of New York acquired the garage for $170 million in September 2017 and proposes to construct a nine-story spiral-shaped addition above the garage containing 195 residential units, including 25 designated affordable. Fortis has not yet disclosed whether units would be apartments or condominiums. The spiral-shaped addition would increase the garage’s height to 194 feet; with the addition, the garage would be re-cladded. The garage’s total parking capacity would be reduced to 538 spaces. Renderings of the proposed addition have not yet been revealed.


The Dock Square Garage is located next to Faneuil Hall and steps from Government Center. Also nearby is the 2.9-million-square-foot Bulfinch Crossing mixed-use development, which will revamp the existing Government Center Garage and revitalize the surrounding neighborhood with a pedestrian-friendly streetscape, a public plaza and six mixed-use buildings while retaining a section of the garage at the buildings’ center.

Square Feet 264,462
Sector

Housing

Parking

Retail

Stories 6

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Jan 08, 2018

Dock Square Garage buyer proposes 195-unit residential addition

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Dock square parking garage real estate development site for sale bulfinch triangle boston

Sep 23, 2017

Dock Square Garage acquired by New York developer for $170 million

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Dock square parking garage real estate development site for sale bulfinch triangle boston

Jun 11, 2017

Dock Square Garage, situated on 1.2 acres overlooking Greenway, listed for sale, presenting transformative development...

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Philip Harris
The parcel is within proximity to the Greenway and the site is zoning limited to 125 feet in height maximum; I do not oppose adding the addition to bring it to 194 feet, but in this anti development, anti "high rise" ultra traditionalist City, never mind the proximity to the North End where residents are aroused into a frothing madness at the hint of any proposed structure in excess of 55 feet in height, I say to the developers, BEST OF LUCK and be prepared for crowds with torches in hand hunting down the 194 foot tall "Frankenstein Monster".
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