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Total Square Footage 30,487,238
Total Dollar Volume $11,317,510,890.00

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Established 1988
Website Elkus Manfredi Architects
Phone Number 617-426-1300

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Elkus Manfriedi provides architectural, master planning, urban design, space planning, and programming services. The company has had projects ranging from commercial to residential properties. The company is based in Boston, MA. 

Updates

Allston Yards
- Dec 13, 2019

Allston Yards Project Approved The 1.23-million-square-foot redevelopment of the 11-acre Stop & Shop supermarket property in Allston has been approved by the BPDA. The project will feature a total of 4 buildings to include 868 residential units (148 affordable), 352,000 square feet of office/research space, 50,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, a new home for Stop and Shop, plus 10,000 square feet for community or art use. As part of the project, $20M of transportation improvements are also included in the first phase of the development. Additionally, the development team has committed to a first of its kind Allston Brighton Homeowner Fund which will provide $2M to be dedicated for down payment assistance, “gap” funding, support for CDC homeownership programs, home repair loans, and Homebuying 101 classes. The funds will be held and managed by local partners: Brighton Marine, Allston Brighton CDC, and the Boston Home CenterFund. Michael Barelli, Vice President, New England Development tells BLDUP, “We are proud to have earned the support of the Allston-Brighton community and the BPDA Board on this exciting project. We anticipate a groundbreaking later in 2020."


6 Stack Street
- Dec 13, 2019

6 Stack St. Approved by the BPDA 6 Stack Street within the Hood Park Master Plan has been approved by the Boston Planning Board. The one-story, approximately 3,912 square foot building will contain bicycle storage, retail, and amenity space.


33 Arch Street
- Dec 11, 2019

$2.1M Fit-Out Permit Pulled for Weber Shandwick Office at 33 Arch St. A permit valued at $2.1M has been issued for the fit-out to the 14th floor at 33 Arch Street, for the Weber Shandwick office. Weber Shandwick is one of the world's leading global public relations firms. Work to the 20,000 square feet space will include new drywall partitions plus electrical, plumbing, and sprinkler work and new finishes. 


99 A Street
- Dec 06, 2019

Demo App Filed for Southie Parcels to Make Way for 99 A Street A demo permit application has been filed to clear the commercial structures at 18-22 West Third Street, 30-40 West Third Street, and 42-44 West Third Street, in South Boston. The demo would make way for a proposed life sciences building to feature a total of 300,000 square feet with cafe space on the first floor plus parking for 162 vehicles. Included in this demo permit is the Coppersmith building which was acquired by Anchor Line Partners for $19.625 Million in June 2018. The restaurant-bar is set to close this coming January and is going out with a bang with a series of events including an ugly sweater party and a hang-over ready New Year's day brunch complete with IV stations. 


Garden Garage
- Nov 30, 2019

Core Rising for Garden Garage The concrete core is beginning to climb for the Garden Garage project located at 33 Lomansey Way in Boston's Bulfinch Triangle. The upcoming 44-story mixed-use tower will feature 469 apartment units with an array of amenities, retail space on the ground floor, and 830 parking spaces. The project is slated to open late 2021. 


401 Park
- Nov 25, 2019

The large building complex is undergoing demolition and construction to create 550 new apartment residences; 1,500 new parking spaces, and new office and retail spaces. The parking garage on the south side of the complex is fenced off and is in the early stages of demolition.


Boston Landing
- Nov 23, 2019

Steel Framing Underway for The Track at New Balance Structural steel framing is underway for The Track At New Balance in Brighton. The TRACK  will offer a pinnacle sports experience for athletes, as well as a concert venue with The Bowery Presents and a New Balance Athletics Sports Research Lab. Ground floor retail and foodservice will also be part of the project. Construction is expected to be complete by late summer 2021.


7INK by Ollie
- Nov 21, 2019

Building Permit Issued for 7INK by Ollie With the site clear, a building permit valued at $52M has been issued for 217 Albany Street, the 7INK by Ollie project. The upcoming 14-story building, the final piece of the INK Block, will feature 180 units of co-living. The building will also provide a full range of services, unique community engagements and extraordinary shared amenity spaces.


Innovation and Design Building
- Nov 18, 2019

$1.19M Permit Pulled for Renovations to Holly Hunt Showroom  A permit valued at $1.19M has been pulled for renovations to the Holly Hunt showroom at Boston's Innovation and Design Building in the Seaport. The permit was pulled by Corderman and Company and includes selective demo along with new painting and millwork. 


10 Fan Pier Boulevard
- Nov 17, 2019

$2.75M Plumbing Permit Issued for 10 Fan Pier Blvd. A permit valued at $2.75M has been pulled for core and shell plumbing work for 10 Fan Pier Blvd. The upcoming 300,000 square foot office building will be home to around 1,000 MassMutual employees. The waterfront project will also offer a 5,900 square foot public plaza facing the marina. 


7INK by Ollie
- Nov 15, 2019

Site Clear for 7Ink by Ollie in the South End Demo has wrapped up and the site is now clear for 7Ink by Ollie. Located along Albany Street in the South End, 7Ink will offer 180 co-living units, all fully furnished and complete with cleaning service and other hotel-style amenities. The building will also provide a full suite of amenities plus unique opportunities for community engagement.


840 Columbus Avenue
- Nov 15, 2019

NU Proposes 26 Story Tower at 840 Columbus Avenue Just months after opening their newest dorm, Lightview, Northeastern University again in partnership with American Campus Communities has now proposed a 26-story tower at 840 Columbus Ave. The project would feature a five-story podium to contain academic and or office space with 21 stories of student housing above. A total of approximately 975 beds would be offered along with amenities including a fitness center, student lounges, and study space. According to the project filing, construction would begin in the first quarter of 2021 and would last around 31 months.


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