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Old Posted Apr 11, 2016, 9:02 AM
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There was a nice comment in one of the OP articles that had a list of Boston developments and ones that are complete. Essentially the tallests with years built. By the user odurandina.


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With 5 likely +200m skyscrapers going up in the current cycle, in a few years Boston will have 7 +200m skyscrapers. Here’s what will likely be Boston’s tallest Skyscrapers in order of height – in just a few years….

1. John Hancock Tower (241m/790’) 1976
2. Four Seasons (230m/755’) 2018
3. Prudential (228m/750’) 1964
4. 111 Fed (~224m/735’) 2020?
5. 1 Bromfield St (~224m/735’) 2020?
6. Millennium Tower (209m) 2016
7. South Station Tower (206m/678’) 2020?
8. 8. Govt Center (oval) office tower 43 stories + tall mech screen ~(197/647’)2020?
9. Copley Square Tower (191m/626’) 2020?

10. Federal Reserve Bank 32 stories 614’ 1977
11. 1 Boston Place 40 stories 601 ’ 1970
12. 1 International Place Tower 46 stories 600’ 1987
13. 100 Federal St (pregnant) 37 stories 591’ 1971
14. 1 Financial Center in Dewey Square 46 stories 590’ 1983
15. 111 Huntington Avenue 36 stories 554’ 2002
16. Govt Center residential tower 45 stories 547’ 2019
17. 2 International Place 36 stories 538’ 1992
18. 1 Post Office square 40 stories 525’ 1981
19. 1 Federal Street 38 stories 520’ 1975
20. Exchange Place 39 stories 510’ 1984
21. 60 State Street 38 stories 509’ 1977
22. 1 Beacon Street 37 stories 507’ 1971
23. TD Garden Tower 1 (office) ~21 stories over podium ~505’ 2020
24. 1 Lincoln Street 36 stories 503’ 2003
25. 28 State Street 40 stories 500’ 1969
Its great to see Boston lead the pack when it comes to developments north of NYC or in New England. Still hope that one day a super tall can happen. I think it could, even with Logan airport. There are some sections in the flight map (FAA) that can allow for 300m+.
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