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Address : 15 Congress Street
County : Suffolk County
Zip : 02114
Sectors : Housing, Retail, Office, and Hotel/Lodging
Status : Under Construction

Organizations Working On Congress Square

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General Contractor Phone : **********
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Latest News 18

Feb 14, 2020

Permit Pulled for FIt-Out of Ten Percent Happier at Congress Square

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May 17, 2019

NPC Approved for 15-19 Congress

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Feb 04, 2019

Project Change Filed for 15-19 Congress Street

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Jan 07, 2019

The Congress Square development located in Boston's Financial District has been refinanced for $190.73 million.

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Recent Comments

Philip Harris
This is an incredible project combining old architecture (ca. 1900) with 21st design. FTR, this building will be considerably taller than 175 feet once the "jewel box" top goes on - clearly evident from the elevator core rising over the top of the old structure below.
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