Tall towers are popping up all over Boston, especially in Fenway, which will soon see one of the top 10 tallest buildings in the whole city.
The next one on the list is a development by Trans National, for a 340-foot residential tower at 2 Charlesgate West, according to the Boston Business Journal.
Just a block away from Fenway Park the proposed plans include demolishing the current building and constructing a 360,000-square-foot tower in its place.
The residential tower at Charlesgate West would include around 325 residential units, a mix of apartments and condos, as well as retail and office space at street level.
Developers are hoping to do more than just add a new property to the area, by aiming to transform that part of the Fenway neighborhood and making substantial improvements to the surrounding streets, Ipswich and Boylston Street.
Through the improvements they hope to also rebrand an existing stretch of Ipswich Street as a major art-driven landscape. The improvements will support artists in the area as well as improving the landscape, lighting, pedestrian accessibility and safety.
The developer is filing a letter of intent this week, stay tuned for more updates on the process.
Looking for something sooner? Check out Pierce Boston, another new development in the area!
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Pierce Boston is an iconic luxury 30-story tower coming to Fenway, set to open in a year and a half. Made up of 109 condos and 240 apartments, the building is one of the first new luxury properties coming to the neighborhood in years.
Ground was broken to begin construction seven months ago and the tower will grow to be the tallest in Fenway.
The development is one of the many new luxury buildings coming to Fenway and aiming to revitalize the area. The speed at which the building is being sold is a true testament to how the area has developed over the past ten years.
Whether it’s biking, running, kayaking, playing or just walking, neighborhoods around Boston have a great selection and range of outdoor spring spaces. Now that the weather is warming up it’s the perfect excuse to get out there ahead of the summer crowds.
Just outside of the hustle of Boston, Cambridge has a selection of parks and paths to help you get some fresh air. You can get onto the 18-mile Dr. Paul Dudley White Bike Path and follow it down the Charles River. You’ll pass through plenty of parks along the way and some great skyline views.
For those more interested in staying in one place, Magazine Beach offers 15-acres of public park on the banks of the Charles River.
Located between the Hatch Shell and the Longfellow Bridge, Community Boating Inc is the nation’s oldest public sailing center. Open to all ages and abilities it is the perfect place to learn to sail or hone your skills. Spring open houses are the perfect time to get involved.
What was once an open landfill is now six miles of beautiful paths, canoeing spots, athletic fields, playgrounds and picnic areas. Millennium Park is a lively spot for residents of the South End and beyond thanks to its close proximity to Downtown Boston.
Recreational docks line the Charles River through Fenway and Back Bay thanks to the Esplanade Association. Open for fishing, picnicking, lounging or exercise, these are mini-retreats from a tourist-filled area of the city, especially when the sun is out.