BLDUP Update

08/18/18


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Below are BLDUP's most active* Boston-area new-construction multifamily buildings as of July 2018. 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

Projected Opening: Late 2018 (Phase One)

The 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 will be constructed in three phases. Completion of Phase One of The Hub on Causeway is expected in late 2018. Phase Two will consist of a 38-story residential tower with approximately 440 units and a 10-story citizenM hotel tower with approximately 260 rooms. Phase Three will consist of a 21-story office tower totaling approximately 525,000 square feet. Learn more >>>

 

2. 7INK by Ollie

South End -  Boston

Projected Opening: Construction Beginning Late 2018

The approved project calls for a 14-story residential building containing 250 shared suites and micro-studios. Developed by National Development and co-living and micro-housing specialist Ollie, 7INK by Ollie would be Boston’s first major co-living development, emphasizing communal living. The building would provide a full range of services, unique community engagements and extraordinary shared amenity spaces. Learn more >>>

 

3. Exchange South End

South End -  Boston

Projected Opening: Fall 2020

The approved $600 million commercial development totaling nearly 1.6 million square feet across 5.6-acres located in Boston’s South End. Four new buildings would be constructed at Exchange South End featuring approximately 1,481,350 square feet of commercial, technology, and life science research space with 42,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 30,000 square feet of civic and incubator space oriented about a new public park. Over one acre of new pedestrian-friendly public open space, known as Albany Green, would be constructed on site. Exchange South End would host 4,000 to 7,000 new jobs, and represent a total investment of over $1 billion in the South End neighborhood.  Learn more >>>

 

4. Avalon at Hilltop

Saugus, MA

Projected Opening: Late 2019

Approved mixed-use redevelopment of the 14-acre former Hilltop Steakhouse site located on Route 1 in Saugus. Three new four-story residential buildings will be constructed at the site’s rear containing 280 luxury apartments. Apartments will include 16 studios, 122 one-bedroom and 142 two-bedroom surrounding a landscaped courtyard with a pool, grills, fireplaces and dog parks. 10% of apartments will be designated affordable. Learn more >>>

 

5. 345 Harrison

South End -  Boston

Projected Opening: Spring 2018

345 Harrison is a mixed-use development project that consists of two new 14-story buildings totaling approximately 535,900 square feet of new space. Approximately 585 rental residential apartments are being built at 345 Harrison, along with up to 40,000 square feet of ground-floor retail including a 10,000-square-foot CVS Pharmacy and the Shore Leave tiki bar and restaurant. Resident amenities will include a 13th floor Sky Lounge with sweeping skyline views, a resort-style pool, and a fully-equipped fitness center. A one-story underground parking garage containing approximately 275 automobile spaces and 325 bicycle spaces will be built along William Mullins Way. Learn more >>>

 

6. One Dalton

Back Bay - Boston

Projected Opening: 2018

One Dalton will consist of 712,500 square feet of residential, hotel and retail space. One Dalton's upper floors will contain 180 private luxury condominium residences. Underneath will be a Four Seasons luxury hotel with 215 rooms. Building amenities will include a lap pool, a fitness center, a salon with manicure, pedicure and hair styling services, a private yoga and pilates studio, a golf simulator room with a wet bar and a private theater room, and more. Learn more >>>

 

7. 2-10 Maverick Square

East Boston, - Boston

Projected Opening: TBA

The project calls for a 10-story mixed-use building located right in the heart of Maverick Square in East Boston, forming the gateway for all residents and visitors entering the hub of East Boston. Two floors of retail space will anchor the base of the building, with residential units designed for the upper 9 floors. The building's facade is clad in a zinc coated copper, with various layers of brick and curtain wall to help reinforce its presence in the square. Learn more >>>

 

8. 150 Seaport

Seaport District - Boston

Projected Opening: 2020

Approved 22-story mixed-use waterfront building in Boston's Seaport District. 150 Seaport will contain 124 residential condominiums, 10,700 square feet of ground and second level retail space and three levels of underground parking. 19 condominiums at 150 Seaport will be designated affordable. A Harborwalk extension will be built around the building. 150 Seaport will be built at the present site of the Whiskey Priest and Atlantic Beer Garden waterfront restaurants. Learn more >>>

 

9. EchelonSeaport

Seaport District - Boston

Projected Opening: Late 2019

Echelon Seaport will be comprised of three mixed-use towers containing 1.3 million square feet across 3.5-acres in the Seaport District. 717 residences and 125,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space will be built at EchelonSeaport. Two of the EchelonSeaport towers will contain 447 luxury condominium residences, and one tower will contain 270 luxury apartment residences. Resident amenities at EchelonSeaport will include two signature outdoor pools, an indoor pool, expansive sun decks, engaging courtyards and oversized private terraces. Learn more >>>

 

10. Bulfinch Crossing

Bulfinch Triangle, Boston, MA

Projected Opening: Fall 2020

Bulfinch Crossing is a 2.9-million-square-foot multi-phased development project that will replace the existing above-grade concrete Government Center Garage with six mixed-use buildings, a pedestrian-friendly streetscape and a public plaza on two appropriately-scaled urban blocks spread across approximately 4.8 acres. The demolition of a major portion of the garage over Congress Street will allow for daylight to shine on Congress Street for the first time in more than 40 years. Learn more >>>

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