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CURBED BOSTON: The Seven Boston Developments Everyone Should Be Watching

February 26, 2016

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CURBED BOSTON: The Seven Boston Developments Everyone Should Be Watching


‘Tis no secret that Boston is in the mist of an historic building boom (dormshotelsapartments, oh my!). Some projects planned or under way are particularly portentous because of their sheer size, the prices-slash-rents they’re bringing, or the specifics of either their locations or what they are to contain. Here are seven such projects, ones anybody interested in Boston circa 2016 should be keeping close tabs on:

1. Millenium Tower

2. Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street

3. Washington Village

The planned project known as Washington Village in Southie’s Andrew Square area would stretch to a collective 894,600 square feet; and would include 656 residential units aimed at the non-luxury buyer and tenant. It’s due also to include 98,600 square feet of retail, including a grocery store; 440 below-ground garage parking spaces and 120 surface parking spots; and 42,500 square feet of open space as well as new streets, walkways, and plazas.

Developers first broached plans for the village in the spring of 2015, and filed more formal plans with the city in October. Approval could come this year, though the nearly five-acre project would likely not be fully finished until 2021.

3. The Viola

4. Dot Block

5. The Hub at Causeway

6. Parcel 1B

Original Article: Curbed Boston

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