BLDUP Update

03/12/20


Here are BLDUP's most active* Boston-area new construction multifamily buildings as of February  2020. All of these buildings are either approved, under construction or recently completed. Each building contains either apartments or condominiums; a number of buildings are mixed-use and contain retail space.

*Most active based on page traffic


1. The Hub on Causeway

Bulfinch Triangle - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: Phase One & Two Now OpenThe Hub on Causeway is a 1.87 million square foot mixed-use development featuring three towers with retail, office, hotel, and residential uses. The Hub on Causeway has been constructed in three phases. Completion of Phase One of The Hub on Causeway wrapped up in Fall 2018 followed by Phase Two which features, Hub 50 House, the 38-story residential tower with 440 units and a 10-story citizenM hotel tower featuring 260 rooms. Phase Three, under construction now will consist of a 21-story office tower totaling approximately 525,000 square feet. Learn more >>>

 

2. Winthrop Center

Financial District - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: 2022Winthrop Center is a 53-story, 691-foot-tall tower that would replace a decrepit City-owned parking garage located in Winthrop Square in the heart of Downtown Boston. Across the $1.3 billion, 1.592-million-square-foot tower’s top 26 floors would be approximately 500 condominium residences, with approximately 750,000 square feet of commercial office space across 20 floors below. As part of the proposed project, 115,000 square feet of new affordable housing would be created, most likely in Boston’s Chinatown in collaboration with the Asian Community Development Corporation. Millennium would pay the City of Boston $166 million in order to acquire and develop the garage site. Learn more >>>

 

3. Bunker Hill Housing Redevelopment

Charlestown - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: TBDThe Bunker Hill Housing Redevelopment is a proposed 3.3 million square foot redevelopment of the existing 27.24-acre, 1,100-unit Bunker Hill public housing project into 2,699 mixed-income residential units with a neighborhood retail component. All 42 existing Bunker Hill housing buildings, dating to 1941, would be demolished and replaced with 16 new buildings consisting of apartment and duplex unit formats along with 2 parking garages and around 70,000 square feet of retail and community space. Learn More >>>

 

4. Woburn Village

Woburn, MA

Projected Opening: 2021Woburn Village is the redevelopment of the 23-acre mall parcel at the intersection of I-95/Route 126 and I-93 in Woburn.  New plans call for updated retail space (around 175,000 square feet), a new movie theatre, and Avalon Woburn apartments. Avalon Woburn will include 350 apartments, a mix of 1, 2, and 3-bedroom layouts, 25% designated affordable at 80% AMI. The residential building plans also call an on-site fitness center, clubroom, and co-working space. Learn More >>>

 

5. One Newport

Quincy, MA

Projected Opening: 2020One Newport is an upcoming 80 unit apartment building located diagonally across from the North Quincy commuter rail station on Newport Avenue in North Quincy, MA. This project consists of two levels of structured parking beneath 4 levels of residential living space. With the two-level interconnected parking deck gaining access from Arlington Street, Arista was able to position the structure above the 100-year flood plain, reduce access points to and from the project, and create one of Quincy’s most dense residential projects. Learn More >>>

 

6. Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel and Residences

Back Bay - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: TBDRaffles Boston is an upcoming 33-story tower in Copley Square that will feature 146 luxurious condominium residences atop 154 hotel rooms, expansion space for the adjacent University Club and ground-floor restaurant space. Amenities at Raffles Boston will include lounges, conference/ballroom areas and a pool/fitness center available to both building residents and guests. Parking will be provided at area garages. Learn more >>>

 

7. 323-345 Dorchester Ave

South Boston - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: TBDThe new proposed project at 323-345 Dorchester Ave consists of the construction of a 21-story mixed-use building with approximately 265 residential units, 47,000 square feet of commercial space, approximately 14,500 square feet of retail space, and a below-grade parking garage with space for 198 vehicles & 285 bikes. The developer expects the retail space will be occupied by a 10,000 square foot grocery store with the remaining retail space available for restaurant uses. Learn More >>>

 

8. 212 Stuart Street

Bay Village - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: TBD212 Stuart Street is an approved 19-story tower that will feature 130 residential rental apartments with approximately 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. Apartments will range from studios to three-bedrooms. Resident amenities will include an outdoor landscaped rooftop deck with a southern exposure, common space and bicycle storage. Associated public realm improvements will also be made to the adjacent Church Street public plaza. Learn More >>>

 

9. 47-55 Lagrange Street

Downtown Crossing - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: 202247-55 Lagrange Street is an upcoming 21-story tower that will feature 176 luxury residential units including studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms in the heart of Downtown Crossing. The tower’s facade will feature a mix of glass and precast panels. Units will be graced with floor-to-ceiling windows. 20 vehicle parking spaces and 176 bicycle storage spaces will be located on-site. 47-55 LaGrange Street is expected to achieve LEED Silver efficiency certification. Learn More >>>

 

10. 290 Tremont Street

Chinatown - Boston, MA

Projected Opening: TBD290 Tremont Street is an approved 31-story, 350-foot-tall, 426,500-square-foot mixed-use tower that will feature 168 affordable apartment and condominium residences, a hotel with up to 200 rooms, off-street parking for up to 340 cars, 2,500 square feet of retail space, and 8,000 square feet of ground-floor community space. A conference center and banquet hall would be located on the $174 million tower’s second floor, with hotel rooms on levels 3 to 11 and residences on levels 12 through 30. Learn More >>>

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