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BLDUP Value Estimate : $14,862,120.00
Address : 145 Dartmouth Street
City : Boston
State : MA
Zip : 02116
Sectors : Housing, Parking, Retail, and Office
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Latest News 3

Mar 13, 2017

Back Bay/South End Gateway project poised to improve public transit experience

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Mar 29, 2016

A Project Notification Form has been submitted for the Back Bay Station Redevelopment, now known...

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Jan 07, 2016

Boston Properties has submitted a Letter of Intent to the Boston Redevelopment Authority to construct...

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Recent Comments

Philip Harris
I am rather dubious about this project ever getting off the ground: I have read that the Developers will NOT go forward on a project set up on spec only, and with Covid possibly not going at any time soon, potential tenants for the massive project may not appear, and I think this could sink the project altogether. Couple this with further trepidations on behalf of many in the AEC/DEvelopment business concerning the issues involved with building air rights projects (I know, Copley Plaza got through way back in the 1980s, and the Car Gurus Project near the Pru Center at Mass. Ave looks likely to go forward). I think if Covid fades away HOPEFULLY, and tenants start lining up, then I believe the Developer will "damn the torpedoes and go full steam ahead" with this build-out, However, I am old enough to recount MANY, MANY largescale building projects proposed in Boston over the last 5 to 6 decades biting the dust and never seeing the light of day. This Project may join the NO BUILD club, but if conditions change, then perhaps it will be a go, yet I will not be surprised should it get mothballed.

Philip Harris
To date as of 4/7/2021, my contention still holds - my recent visits to the site have shown zero action, and this project is in suspended animation with the potential for never getting off the ground until proven otherwise
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