Dock Square Garage Overview

Sectors: Housing, Parking, Retail, and Restaurant
Status: Under Official Review
Construction Cost: Free
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Approved On: ********

PRO Details

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Zoning: *****************

Sqft of Land: ******

Sqft of Building: *******

Sqft of Residential: *******

# of Parking Spaces: ***

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Sep 11, 2020

NPC Filed for Dock Square Garage


Jun 14, 2019

Dock Square Garage Addition Approved


Feb 15, 2018

Renderings revealed of proposed condominium addition to Dock Square Garage overlooking Greenway


Jan 08, 2018

Dock Square Garage buyer proposes 195-unit residential addition


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Recent Comments

Philip Harris
The latest design iteration evinces a beautiful building which does not overpower the general massing/architectural "sense" of the very nearby historic Dock Square buildings immediately adjacent. Still, knowing that Boston harbors a small but highly vocal and vociferous cadre of ULTRA TRADITIONALIST ZEALOTS who will more than likely scream BLOODY MURDER about the HEIGHT (OMG, 205 FT - IN BOSTON????) and modern glass curtain wall architectural presentation of the building. Count me in as one who harbors severe doubts about this project getting approved because of the aforementioned TRADITIONALIST ZEALOTS who believe Boston should be maintained as a SLEEPY, BACKWATER, Urban Museum eschewing ANYTHING MODERN and/or ANY Structure taller than a ridiculous 55 FT in height. As a LIFELONG Resident of the Boston Region and former inner resident City while growing up, I for one would like to see the anti-development, anti-modernist Boston cadre UP AND LEAVE THIS CITY and shuffle off to BOLTON, MA. YOU ARE BANNED IN BOSTON!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FTR, rebuttals from those whom I oppose (and vilify) would be very welcome. I need a good laugh!

Philip Harris
The parcel is within proximity to the Greenway and the site is zoning limited to 125 feet in height maximum; I do not oppose adding the addition to bring it to 194 feet, but in this anti development, anti "high rise" ultra traditionalist City, never mind the proximity to the North End where residents are aroused into a frothing madness at the hint of any proposed structure in excess of 55 feet in height, I say to the developers, BEST OF LUCK and be prepared for crowds with torches in hand hunting down the 194 foot tall "Frankenstein Monster".
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