BLDUP Update

12/17/19


Below are BLDUP's most active* Boston-area new construction multifamily buildings as of November 2019. 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: Phase One 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 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. Winthrop Center

Financial District - Boston

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. 7INK by Ollie

South End - Boston

Projected Opening: TBD

7INK by Ollie is an upcoming 14-story residential building containing 180 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 >>>

 

4. 212 Stuart Street

Bay Village - Boston

Projected Opening: Early 2021212 Stuart Street is an approved 19-story tower that will feature 131 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 >>>

 

5. 40 Rugg Road

Allston - Boston

Projected Opening: 2021

40 Rugg Road is an approved $107 million, 270,170-square-foot mixed-use development located steps from the Boston Landing commuter rail station featuring two 6-story buildings containing 265 rental apartment residences and 2,500 square feet of ground-floor retail/restaurant space. Residences would include 86 studios averaging 460 square feet, 122 one-bedrooms averaging 640 square feet and 57 two-bedrooms averaging 990 square feet. Learn More >>>

 

6. EchelonSeaport

Seaport District - Boston

Projected Opening: 2020

EchelonSeaport 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 >>>

 

7. Finch Cambridge

Cambridge Highlands - Cambridge, MA

Projected Opening: 2020

Finch Cambridge is an upcoming 6-story residential building which would be Cambridge’s largest new-construction 100% affordable housing development in over 40 years. 671-675 Concord Avenue would feature 98 affordable apartment residences including 1-, 2- and 3- bedrooms available to extremely low- (below 30% AMI), low- (up to 60% AMI), moderate- (60-80% AMI) and middle income (80-100% AMI) households. Residences would include 32 one-bedrooms, 45 two-bedrooms, and 21 three-bedrooms. Learn More >>>

 

8. Bulfinch Crossing

Bulfinch Triangle - Boston

Projected Opening: Fall 2020Bulfinch 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 West Parcel will include a 45-story, 480-foot-tall luxury residential apartment building at 100 Sudbury Street, which will be the first structure built. The Phase I tower will feature 368 apartments and 55 condominiums for a total of 423 residences. Learn more >>>

 

9. Fenway Center

Fenway - Boston

Projected Opening: Early 2020Fenway Center is a $600 million, 1.1-million-square-foot mixed-use air rights development project in Kenmore Square that will consist of five new buildings, including a 27-story tower, above the Massachusetts Turnpike and on existing surface parking lots. A total of approximately 550 residential units, 160,000 square feet of office space and over 50,000 square feet of retail will be built at Fenway Center, in addition to over 30,000 square feet of park and green space. A seven-story parking garage at Fenway Center will include 1,290 parking spaces. As part of the project, the Yawkey MBTA commuter rail station was recently overhauled, and new public access roads were constructed throughout the existing parking lots. Learn more >>>

 

10. 100 Shawmut

South End - Boston

Projected Opening: TBD

100 Shawmut is a 13-story, 138-unit residential project with a 980-square-foot ground-floor cafe which would be located at the intersection of Herald Street and Shawmut Avenue in the South End’s rapidly developing New York Streets neighborhood. The development would preserve and incorporate the street-facing facade of an existing six-story, 70,000-square-foot brick-and-beam South End office building, which would be partially demolished. Learn More >>>

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