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Old Posted Aug 3, 2015, 9:57 PM
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Later phases of the Pier 4 redevelopment include a new waterfront hotel, additional residences, and a 1-acre peninsular park at the end of the pier. The entire water’s edge will be open to the public and an extension of the Boston Harborwalk. As if happenings weren’t exciting enough at 100 Pier 4, there are incredible offerings immediately around the site and all within a 2-block radius! Seaport Square continue to fill in across the street, attracting major office tenants PwC, Goodwin Proctor, MassChallenge, and Vertex Pharmaceuticals (among others). Seaport Square alone will bring an additional 1.3 million square feet of new retail to the Seaport–that’s nearly three times as much shopping as at the Prudential Center! The flagship restaurants along Seaport Boulevard and at Legacy Wharf, such as Morton’s, Legal Harborside, and Del Frisco’s, promise to delight the palate of any foodies out there. Cultural centers like the Institute of Contemporary Art next door, or the Boston Children’s Museum a few blocks away, assure the Seaport stays anchored as a must-see destination, and the MCCA’s planned expansion for the Boston Convention and Expo Center demonstrate renewed efforts to make the Seaport Boston’s premiere neighborhood of the 21st century.
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John Hancock wants to build another iconic Back Bay tower

John Hancock, the Boston life insurer that built two of the Back Bay’s most iconic towers decades ago, wants to add a third high-rise to the city’s fast-changing skyline.
At 26 stories, the new Hancock tower would be smaller than its older siblings. But the $350 million project at 380 Stuart St. promises to make its own visual statement with its curved glass facade.

The US arm of the Canadian insurance giant Manulife Financial Corp. expects to submit a letter to Boston officials on Wednesday, outlining plans for a 625,000-square-foot tower, one that would replace a nine-story building owned by Hancock that would be torn down.
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Old Posted Aug 5, 2015, 8:41 PM
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Boston is on fire. Amount of units u/c is high, and many thousands of more in the pipeline. Its up there with Seattle in terms of the construction activity (Boston Metro).
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The Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corp. and Back of the Hill Community Development Corp. have plans to build a $16.4 million, 47-unit affordable apartment complex near the MBTA Orange Line's Jackson Square station, according to a letter of intent filed with the Boston Redevelopment Authority.

The site is bounded by Bromley, New Heath and Parker streets near Mission Hill and is owned by Boston's Department of Neighborhood Development. The DND, under Mayor Martin J. Walsh's housing plan, has been vocal about the need to identify transit-oriented housing development opportunities on city- and DND-owned land.

The development corporations are calling their project the General Square Apartments. The apartments would span four stories and 55,290 square feet.
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A development entity named Velkor Realty Trust has proposed a 44-unit residential complex spanning 49,000 square feet at 1181-1183 Bennington St. in East Boston’s Orient Heights neighborhood.

The four-building project is located near the MBTA Blue Line Suffolk Downs and Orient Heights T stops and is about half a mile from the soon-to-open Hilton Garden Inn, the first new hotel built in East Boston in the past 14 years.

Brian J. Hosker is listed as the trustee of Velkor Realty Trust. The project’s architect is Clinton Design Architects of Holliston.

Velkor Realty Trust is also planning for 44 below-grade parking spaces. If approved, the project would require demolition of existing buildings on site.
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Introducing the tower residences at One Greenway. Discover unsurpassed city living in these thoughtfully designed, sophisticated apartment residences. Just steps from the Rose Kennedy Greenway and South Station, One Greenway places you in the fast lane to every part of Boston. At the intersection of the charming Leather District, bustling Chinatown and the Theater District’s entertainment hub, One Greenway offers countless opportunities to fully immerse yourself in the city. Enjoy common spaces that provide the perfect atmosphere for hosting friends or just hanging out. Plan a meet-up in the Living Room Lobby, catch the latest game on the big screens in the Balcony Lounge, host a party on the 11th floor Terrace or find a perfect urban retreat in the lushly planted Green. Opening mid 2015.
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Old Posted Aug 17, 2015, 5:14 PM
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12 acre parcel (including land and water)
492 residential units, 278 condos and 214 apartments, totaling 525,000-square feet
30,200-square feet of retail space
6,000-square foot restaurant with patio space
1,715 linear feet of Harborwalk
Project: Boston East



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200 residential units (26 on-site units to be affordable)
Harborwalk and Border Street linkage to the waterfront
150 parking space garage
Office, retail space
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6-room bed & breakfast
95 apartments
Roof top pavilion
Connection to LoPresti Park
Harborwalk improvements
740-square foot cafe.
Project: Coppersmith Village



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1.3 acre land parcel
3,000-square feet of retail/restaurant space overlooking Boston Harbor
56 apartments (34 to be for 60 percent or below the average median income)
15 townhouses (three at 80 percent or below AMI)
Across the street from Veteran's Park
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Old Posted Sep 8, 2015, 8:24 PM
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Project: 28-32 Derne Street (Conversion to apartments)



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Suffolk University in 2014 sold its Fenton Building at 28-32 Derne Street in Beacon Hill for $15 million to a development team tied to two local firms. The move was part of the school's general exit from various properties around the primarily residential portion of the neighborhood as it prepared to consolidate many operations in a shiny new building at 20 Somerset Street. Long story short: Suffolk U. and the locals have not always gotten along, so these machinations are all for the best.

The developers who bought the 47,000-square-foot Fenton Building (pictured above) have filed plans with the city for 14 apartments plus an underground garage and a new addition at the seventh floor. Nothing has been decided yet.
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The latest phase, which is being marketed as Telford 180, will be constructed on a 31,500 square foot parcel of land located at the corner of Telford Street and Western Avenue that currently consists of three vacant buildings. The structures will be demolished to make way for as many as 88 homeownership units in addition to a public plaza that fronts onto Western Avenue, a large courtyard for residents, 4,600 square feet of amenity space, and a rowing room. Based on feedback from the community, parking was reduced from 150 spaces to 84 spaces. There will also be on-site bicycle storage.
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Old Posted Sep 18, 2015, 9:28 PM
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The South Boston Waterfront, already a hotbed of development activity, received another boost as the board of the Economic Development and Industrial Corporation (EDIC), the BRA’s sister agency, granted tentative designation to Harbinger Development to construct a 405 room hotel in the Boston Marine Industrial Park. The project, which is still in the early stages, would be built on a 51,000 square foot parcel located off of Summer Street. The hotel would include over 6,500 square feet of restaurant and retail space, 4,000 square feet of function space, and an indoor pool. Harbinger is in talks with Hilton Worldwide to operate the hotel. Perkins + Will is the project architect.
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Old Posted Sep 18, 2015, 9:33 PM
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Project: 40 Thorndike Street



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40 Thorndike will involve the complete transformation of the existing, brutalist design and prior courthouse/jail use to a more welcoming and mixed use development, integrated into the
residential and commercial neighborhood. The ground level of the building will be transformed from a structure meant to keep people away into a series of storefronts and intimate landscape
spaces that will serve the surrounding community and the building tenants.

A residential entry on Third Street will provide access to 24 apartments. The upper floors of the building will be developed as office and R&D space geared toward the types of innovative technology firms associated with Kendall Square.
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Project Update: New Rendering for 136 Shawmut Avenue

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Project Update: Congress Square

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Web site is up (Renderings, info, ect.): http://www.congress-square.com/







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The new Congress Square is for companies seeking creative and innovative space with superb amenities in a high energy Downtown location. Congress Square transforms an iconic business address into modern, efficient and dynamic offices. The five interconnected buildings at the corner of State and Congress will be completely restored and reconfigured, preserving the grandeur and quality of their classic architecture while re-imagining the interior offices for flexibility and collaboration.

There are more than 200,000 square feet of first class offices available as full or partial floors. With large, open floor plates and superior infrastructure, Congress Square provides tenants with power and efficiency.

Congress Square also offers the opportunity for green outdoor space that cannot be found in any other new office building in Boston. On the fifth floor, the existing roof at the setback will be re-used as an outdoor deck over- looking Post Office Square, either as an employee amenity or public space associated with client meeting and conference spaces. On the ninth floor, additional green roof and outdoor space will be created high above Congress Street that could serve as exceptional outdoor meeting space for executives.
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Project Update: Extra rendering for Lewis Warf

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The Jordan Lofts are slated to open in the fall of 2015 and will be one the newest additions to a string of new housing developments that are redefining the SoWa neighborhood in the South End of Boston. According to JordanLofts.com, the development will consist of 12 condo units, although there is speculation that some of the units may be rentals as well. The spacious development will consists of 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom units as follows:

Unit A 2150 sf 2+ bedrooms with 3 bathrooms
Unit B 1687 sf 2+ bedrooms with 2 bathrooms (the plus bedroom is 12×14 without a window)
Unit C 1113 sf 1+ bedrooms with 2 bathrooms (the second bedroom in 12×12 without a window)
Unit D 2160 sf 3+ bedrooms with 3.5bathrooms
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The EPNF was filed on September 18: http://www.bostonredevelopmentauthor...2-7e5f3633fba1

Apologies for the image quality, but the quality of images in the PDF itself is deplorable.
















New proposal for an office tower for John Hancock Insurance.
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Project: Longwood Avenue Footbridge (Modification of the Boston Children’s Hospital)



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The hospital plans to file papers on Tuesday with the Boston Redevelopment Authority, seeking permission to build a $23 million pedestrian bridge from the visitor parking garage right into the hospital.

The bridge would cross Longwood at Blackfan Circle, a crowded spot where, every hour, roughly 1,000 cars drive by, 200 swing through the hospital carport, and 400 people hustle in and out of the hospital on foot.
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Project: 85 Seaport Boulevard (Watermark Seaport)

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1) 17 floor tower
2) 6 floor Midrise



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Watermark Seaport is a collection of luxury rental high-rise apartments and modern lofts. Located at the heart of Boston's Seaport Square, Watermark Seaport sits at the nexus of the bustling Financial District, burgeoning Seaport and historic Fort Point. Residences range from studios to three bedrooms and are complemented by an unparalleled amenity package.
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