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About The Pinnacle at Central Wharf

70 East India Row, Boston, MA

The planned development located at the site of the Harbor Garage, an existing 70-foot high parking structure, would entail the construction of a 600-foot tall iconic tower by owner Don Chiofaro. The 865,000 square-foot building would serve as a mixed-use property of both office, residential, and retail space.

The new building would include approximately 200 residential units, 538,000 square feet of office space, 42,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, and a below-grade garage with 1,100 parking spaces.  The development plans also include 28,00 square feet of waterfront public open space. The "Blueway" would be an additional aspect of the project that would connect the Rose Kennedy Greenway to the new skyscraper.

 

 

Construction Cost $1,300,000,000.00
Square Feet 865,000
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Retail

Stories 55
Height (feet) 600
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Latest Updates


Jan 23, 2020

The Pinnacle at Central Wharf, Chiofaro's Harbor Tower, Now Under Review

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Nov 20, 2019

After Years of Planning, Highly-Anticipated Harbor Garage Project is Launched

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Sep 13, 2019

BPDA Approves Municipal Harbor Plan: Allows Zoning for Harbor Garage Tower

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Jun 28, 2018

The Chiofaro Company revealed plans for the "Blueway" an extension of the Rose Kennedy Greenway...

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May 02, 2018

Municipal Harbor Plan approval enables two landmark waterfront developments, ensures long-term climate change resiliency

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Mar 14, 2017

The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) has approved a new Municipal Harbor Plan (MHP)...

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Philip Harris
Of course the whining NIMBYS next door in the two concrete monstrosities will get their undies in a bunch tighter than any atomic wedgie. And with their PERRY MASONS at the Conservation Law Foundation more than likely working feverishly to block the construction for their Harbor Towers whining clients who don't want their views of the City blotted out, I would hazard to guess that there are still roadblocks to overcome in order to build a BEAUTIFUL Blue Way and far more (hopefully) high rise that WILL HELP IN BLOCKING OUR VIEWS OF THE TWIN. EYESORES. That project should NEVER HAVE BEEN BUILT, and if the CLF lawyers win to put the kibosh on the new tower, I will personally see to it to find a way to legally bring the twin concrete trolls to the ground!!!
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