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About 401 Park

Formerly Landmark Center Expansion
401 Park Drive, Fenway, Boston, MA


Proposed expansion and renovation of the existing historic Landmark Center office and retail building. Phase One of the project, which is approved and currently underway, will construct over two acres of new high quality, publicly accessible open space, including a new 1.1-acre open space along Park Drive opening in mid-2018, create a destination food hall featuring local chefs at the base of the existing building and create new open spaces and public realm improvements throughout the Landmark Center site. Completion of Phase One is expected in Spring 2018.


Phase Two, which is currently under official review, would construct a new 14-story, 506,000-square-foot office and lab building at the corner of Brookline Avenue and Fullerton Street with 17,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, and renovate Landmark Center’s existing 978,200-square-foot office and retail component. An existing retail building at Brookline Avenue and Fullerton Street would be demolished, and a new 0.24-acre public plaza would be created at the intersection. Construction of Phase Two is expected to commence in 2019, contingent upon leasing commitments, and last approximately 18 months.


Phase Two would replace a previously approved development plan which would have demolished the existing 380,000 square foot, 1,500-car above-ground parking garage and constructed 550 apartment residences, 110,000 square feet of retail including a new Wegmans supermarket and 15,000 square feet of office space. Approximately 1,500 new parking spaces would have been built in a new underground garage on site. The following are renderings of 401 Park:


401 Park Renderings

Square Feet 1,484,200
Stories 14
Height (feet) 209
Start Date Jun 01, 2017

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401 park drive landmark center expansion development project fenway boston samuels and associates

Aug 31, 2017

Samuels shifts focus of Landmark Center redevelopment to offices from residential, renames project 401 Park

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Landmark center open space rendering 3 31 17

Apr 05, 2017

New Fenway green space at Landmark Center moving forward, development plan changes anticipated

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