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Re: Development Map and Chart

Project Summary Sheet;

(last update March 29, 2018) i'll be adding about 30 significant projects in the coming days; please pm about errors.

proposed, rooftop heights;
*(Boston or mass.gov spearheading projects)


1. 26 Court Street 61 stories 725' *(exploratory proposal)

2. 1 Bromfield St/Midwood Investment 59 stories 709' (latest design sent back by the BCDC)

3. Harbor Garage Tower/Central Wharf 48 stories 600' (moving forward).

4. 2 Charlesgate West/Transnational 30 stories 367'

5. 51 High Street 29 stories 360'


6. u/r*290 Tremont St/Parcel P12 Chinatown 171 units 30 stories 348'

7. 15 Harrison Avenue/Drago and Toscano/Chinatown hotel 26 stories 325'

8. 540 Albany Street/ Flower Exchange main tower 321'

9. Motor Mart Garage development 26 stories 306'

10. 436 Atlantic Ave/J Hook tower 24 stories 305'.

11. 560 Commonwealth Ave hotel/Kenmore Sq/Fenway 382 rooms 161,000 sq ft 24-stories 291'

12. Seaport Square Block L4/ Amazon/ Seaport 525,000 sq ft 17 stories 270'

23. Cambridge Crossing/ Parcel 1 Residences 475 units 250 pkg 390,000 sq ft 21 stories 250'

14. 655 Beacon St hotel/Kenmore Square/Fenway 295 rooms/ 73 parking 186,000 sq ft 19 stories 242'

15. 88 Seaport Blvd/Seaport 485,000 sq ft 18 stories 262'

16. *One Charlestown/BHA/Bunker Hill total project; 3,200 units, 3.3M sq ft,
incl dozens of row houses and 100,000 sq ft of civic and retail space

17. *One Charlestown/ BHA/Building F/Charlestown; 21 stories 250'

18. *One Charlestown/ BHA/Building N/Charlestown 20 stories 236'

19. *One Charlestown/ BHA/Building O/Charlestown; 20 stories 236'

20. Fort Point Residences/Berkeley Investments 20 stories 255'.

21. Hood Office Park lab tower 250'

22. 73 Essex St/Chinatown hotel 137,000 sq ft 17 stories 235'

23. 150 Kneeland St/Leather District 21 stories 231'


23. 659 Commonwealth Ave/ BU Dorm 17 stories 218'

23. 540 Albany Street/Flower Exchange site 2nd tower 215'

24. 540 Albany Street/Flower Exchange 3 Buildings total project 1.6M sq ft

25. *BHA/McCormack Housing Complex Redo/Old Colony Ave/South Boston 3,200~3,500 units on 27 acres.

26. *776 Summer St/ L Street Station/South Boston Mixed Res/retail/ office 1,588 units 2.1M sq ft

27. *Allston Yards/60 Everett St/Allston 1000 units

aaaa july 12 28. 112 Shawmut Avenue 3 Buildings 536 units 660,456 sq ft 165'

u/r29. 36~705 Sprague St/Readville Station/Hyde Park 521 units 557,000 sq ft

30. 55 wheeler street/ Alewife Station/ cambridge 526 units 500,000 sq ft

31. Quincy Center/Quincy ~500 residential units (condos + apts)

32. Queensbury Garage area Residences/ Fenway 400 units.

33. 45-47 Townsend St/Roxbury 322 Units 380,000 sq ft

34. Harrison Avenue Tower/ Ink Block/South End 245 units 14 stories 170'

u/r 35. 144 Addison St/ East Boston two, 5-story bldgs 270 units, 179 parking spaces 241,000 sq ft

aaa may 17th 36. 40 Rugg Road/Allston 262 units 177 parking spaces 251,033 sq ft

aaaa jun15 37. 105 W South Street mixed use/residential incl 218 units 250,000 sq ft

38. 780 American Legion Hwy

39. 112 Shawmut Avenue/South End/ 155 units 180,200 sq ft 13 stories 170'

40. 174 Ipswitch St/Boston Arts Academy/Fenway ~180,000 sq ft

41. Newtonville/Kofrf/Newton 151 1-2 bdrm units.

42. Mattapan Station/Mattapan 135 units 167,000 sq ft

43. 40 Mount Hood Rd/ Brighton 178 units 142 prkg spaces 163,000 sq ft

44. 1241 Boylston St/ Fenway 184 hotel rooms 105,000 sq ft

45. 37-43 North Beacon Street/ Allston 74 units 87,484 sq ft (proposed)

46. 70 Baker Street/West Roxbury 56 units 77,738 sq ft

47. 301-303 Border Street/ East Boston 64 units + retail 75,167 sq ft

48. 944-946 Saratoga Street/ East Boston 39 units + 42 parking spaces 55,000 sq ft

49. 11 Burney St/ Mission Hill 31 units 32,000 sq ft (proposed)

50. 1 Harrison St/ South End 63 units 45 prkg spaces 91,547 sq ft

approved but, delayed or unbuilt....

1. Copley Place Tower/Back Bay 52 stories 625' (approved/ put indefinitely on hold)

2. Columbus Center; 34 stories 420' (approved/cancelled/ Bostonplans searching for a new developer).

3. 380 Stewart Street/JHT #3/Back Bay 26 stories 390' (approved 11 Nov 2015 has gone quiet)



approved, +/- construction, topped, +/- cladding or completed;
*(year = year project completed, constr = under construction).


black ink denotes not yet u/c.....

1. 1 Dalton Street/Four Seasons/Back Bay 61 stories 742' (47th level)

2. 115 Winthrop Sq Main Tower/Downtown 54 Stories 691' (constr).

3. Millennium Tower/Downtown Crossing 60 stories 685' (2016)


4. South Station Tower; 51 stories 677' (construction 2018)

5. Govt Center office tower/Downtown 43 stories + tall mech screen 647' tip (construction 2018)

6. 115 Winthrop Sq Tower #2/Downtown 45 Stories 579' (site prep).

7. Govt Center residential tower/Downtown 45 stories 547' (constr)


8. *Air Rights Parcel 15 Tower #1/Back Bay/Weiner Ventures w/ Prudential 34 Stories stories 544' (approved March 15, 2018)

9. TD Garden office tower/West End 525,000 sq ft ~21 stories over the podium 510' rooftip (constr).

10. Residential tower on MIT's 10 acre Volpe site 30 stories 500'

11. TD Garden resident tower/West End 45 stories 496' (8th level)

12. Garden Garage Tower/West End 44 stories 485' (garage demo)

13. "Avalon North Station/West End 38 stories 449' (2016)


14. 40 Trinity Place/Back Bay 33 stories 446' (site prep to begin presently)

15. Atlantic Wharf 32 stories 436' (2011)

16. Back Bay Station tower #1 (residences) 34 stories ~413' (approved Nov 16, 2017)

17. The Huntington/Fenway 32 stories 400' (approved Dec 14, 2017)

18. 145 Broadway resident tower/Kendall Sq/Cambridge 33 Stories 395' (site prep)

19. *Back Bay Station tower #2 (offices) 24 stories 390' (approved Nov 16, 2017)

20. 260-290 Main Street/Kendall Sq/Cambridge SOMA Building 4/ Dorm Tower 28 stories 381' (constr)

21. DOT Research tower on MIT's Volpe Sq development site ~380'

22. The Pierce/Fenway 30 stories 378' (2018)

23. Wynn Casino & Tower/Everett 700 rooms 2.1M sq ft 27 stories 371' (23 levels)

24. 45 Province Street 31 Stories 367' (2009)

25. The Clarendon/Back Bay 32 stories ~339' (2010)

26. 45 Stewart St/AVA Theater District 29 stories 338' (2015)

27. Avalon Exeter 28 stories 336' (2014)


28. Govt Center #3 residential tower/Downtown 27 stories 336' (phase 3 of Govt Center redevelopment)

28. South Station #2 (residential) 28 stories 332' (phase 2 of South Station redevelopment)

29. StuVi2/33 Harry Agganis Way/BU 26 stories 331' (2010)

30. Back Bay Station tower #3 26 stories 325' (approved Nov 16, 2017)

31. 157 Berkeley Street/Liberty Mutual 22 stories ~325' (2013)

32. *Rio Grande/Dudley Square mixed use incl 211 units 293,193 sq ft 25 stories 321'

33. 145 Broadway/Kendall Sq offices 20 stories 314' (constr)

34. The Kensington Apts 27 stories 313' (2013)

35. 30 Dalton St 26 stories 306' (2016)


36. Fenway Center main tower 27 stories 305' (phase 2 of 1.4M sq ft air-right's project)

37. 100 Stewart Street/W Boston Hotel & Residences 26 Stories 301' (2010)

38. MIT East Campus "NoMa Building 1"/ Kendall Square/Cambridge 300' (constr)

39. Radian 26 stories 291' (2014)

40. 88 Ames St (Cambridge) 23 stories 290' (2018)

41. 888 Boylston 17 stories 286' (2016)


42. Tremont Crossing Tower #1 22 stories 284' (approved 3-03-17)

43. Tremont Crossing Tower #2 20 stories 254' (approved 3-03-17)

44. 578 Huntington/Tree House/Mass College of Art 21 stories 280' (2013)

45. MIT East Campus "SoMa Building 5"/ Kendal Square/Cambridge 390,000 sq ft 280' (constr)

46. Archstone North Point 1 22 stories 280' (2009)

47. Andrews Sq/South Boston Tower 1 21 Stories, 278' (constr)

48. 240 Tremont/Marriot Moxy 23 stories 273' (site prep)

49. 10 Burke Street residence hall #1/ Northeastern U 21 stories 272' (topped out)

50. 10 Burke St Residence Hall #2/ Northeastern U 16 stories 189' (topped)

51. Assembly Row (Block 8) tower/Assembly Sq/ Somerville 500 units sq ft 23 stories 273'

52. Assembly's Edge Residences/Assembly Sq/ Somerville 215 units + 199 pkg spaces 255'

53. 'Montaje'/Assembly Row/Assembly Sq/ 20 stories 243' (2018) 447 units

54. Partner's Healthcare/ Assembly Row/ Somerville 232'

55. 1 Seaport Square/Seaport; 2 towers, 1.1M sq ft, 832 residential units
w/ 250,000 SF of retail & 775 parking spaces

56. 1 Seaport Square "The Benjamin" 22 stories 266' (2018)

57. 1 Seaport Square "VIA" 20 stories 262' (2017)


58. 150 Seaport Sq 22 stories 266' (construction 2018)

59. Waterside Place 1a 20 stories 260' (2015)

60. Waterside Place 1b 23 stories 264' (constr)

61. 399 Congress Street 414 units 22 stories 264' (constr)

62. 75 Ames St/ Broad Inst Labs/ Cambridge 300,000 sq ft 14 stories 263' (2014)

63. 121 Seaport Blvd 17 stories 262' (2018)

64. *Omni Hotel BCEC/Seaport total project 800,000 sq ft tower #1 500 rooms 20 stories 260' (constr)

65. *Omni Hotel BCEC/Seaport tower #2 500 rooms 20 stories 260' (constr)

66. Pier 4 Residential Tower/136-146 Northern Avenue 22 stories 260' (2015)

67. Pier 4 Office tower/Seaport 199' (2018)

68. Pier 4 residential low rise 106 units (topped/ cladding)

69. 99 Kneeland Street/1 Greenway Phase 1/Chinatown 21 stories 260' (2015)

70. Echelon/Parcel M1/M2/Seaport $865M/1.3M sq ft Tower #1 spanning 14-21 stories, 275 units 255' (constr)

71. Echelon/Parcel M1/M2/Seaport Tower #2 spanning 11-21 stories 180 units 255' (constr)

72. Echelon/Parcel M1/M2/Seaport Tower #3 spanning 10-21 stories 280 units 255' (constr)


73. 47 La Grange St/Theater District 21 stories ~255' (approved June 15, 2017)

74. 315 on A/Berkeley Investments 207 units 258,000 sq ft 20 stories 255' (2013)

75. 401 Park Drive/Landmark Office Tower 16 stories 250' (construction 2018)

76. South Station #3 (offices) 9 stories above garage 249' (phase 3 of South Station redevelopment)

77. 20 Child Street/"Twenty/20"/North Point/Cambridge 355 units 20 stories ~242'

78. Troy North Tower/55 Traveler St/South End (378 units incl South Tower) 330,000 sq ft 19 stories 236' (2016)

79. Troy South Tower/246 E. Berkeley St/South End 140' (2016).

80. Boston Landing Residences/Brighton 295 units 17 stories 236' (constr)


80. Boston Landing Hotel Boston 175 rooms 16 stories 236' (constr 2018)

81. 212 Stewart St/Bay Village; 19 stories 230' (site prep)

82. 100 Northern Avenue/Fan Pier 17 stories 230' 516,000 sq ft (2016)

83. Lovejoy Wharf Residences/North End 17 stories 228' (2016)

84. Quaker Lane/Congress Square/Downtown 17 floors 228' (topped)

85. Julie Hall dorm/Emmanuel College/Fenway 691 beds 267,500 sq ft 19 stories 223' (2018)

86. 360 Longwood Ave/Longwood Medical Area/Mission Hill 413,000 ft 12 stories 223' (2015)

87. 75. Mass and Main/Central Square 19 stories 308 units (285+23) 219' (constr).

88. 1350 Boylston/Skanska/Fenway 17 stories 220' (2018)

89. Emerson College/Boylston Place/Theater District 18 stories 218' (2017)

90. The Viridian/Fenway 342 units 18 stories 214' (2015)

91. Andrew Square Bldg C/South Boston 18 stories 214' (constr)

92. Fenway Trilogy/Fenway 17 stories 211' 576 units (2009)

93. 50 Liberty/Seaport 14 stories 211' (2018)

94. MIT East Campus "SoMa Building 2"/ Kendal Square/Cambridge 316,000 sq ft 200' (constr).

95. 145 Broadway/Kendall Sq #3/Cambridge 14 Stories 200' (constr).

96. 22 Liberty/Seaport 14 stories 199' (2015)

97. 160 Mass Ave/Berklee College of Music 16 stories 199' (2014)

98. 291 St Botolph St/Grandmarc Tower/ Northeastern U 17 stories 198' (2014)

99. The Eddy/East Boston 16 stories 194' (2016)

100. Zinc/Northpoint Cambridge 392 units 528,000 sq ft 15 stories 193' (2015)

101. Fenway Center/ Beacon & Maitland St mid-rise tower 191'
total 1.4M sq ft Phase 1 312 units (construction Jan 2018)

102. 1325 Boylston/Van Ness/Fenway 14 stories 180' (2015)

103. Fenway Triangle offices/Fenway 180' (2015)

104. 100 Binney Street/Cambridge 12 stories 417,000 sq ft 180' (2017)


more notable/high density projects approved, underway or completed

105. 660 Summer St/Marine Wharf/Seaport 14 stories 320,000 sq ft 411 rooms 175'
(duel branded/Hampton Inn/Homewood Suites hotel complex)

106. 580 Washington St/Millennium Place/Theater District 14 stories 164' 391,000 sq ft (2013)

107. 315 Northern Ave/Parcel K #1 apts/ Seaport 304 units 12 stories total/1+2: 500,000 sq ft (constr)

108. 315 Northern Ave/Parcel K #2 hotel/Seaport 293 rooms (constr)

109. Dorchester Ave Planning initiative/South Boston: residential 7-8M sq ft, Office 6-7M sq ft Ground floor retail ~1 m sq ft

110. Northpoint Cambridge/HYM mixed office/residential 5.2M sq ft: (2.7M sq ft 2700 units +2.5M sq ft office).


111. *MIT/Volpe residences/Cambridge 1.7M sq ft offices + 1400 units

112. Massachusetts Institute of Technology East Campus area projects, incl labs, dorms, edu bldgs and renovations >4.2M sq ft.

113. MIT Kendall Sq Bldg #4/Cambridge (construction)

114. 610 Main St MIT/Pfizer bldg/Cambridge 280,000 sq ft (2017)

115. MIT Nano/Nanotech Lab/Cambridge 240,000 sq ft (cladding)
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116. Harvard University/Cambridge projects + rehabs >3M sq ft ~$4B

117. Harvard University School of Government/(addition)/Cambridge 77,000 sq ft (construction)

118. Harvard U/Allston Campus 7 bldgs ~$2.4B >1.4M sq ft + 2 rehabs (construction)

119. Harvard U Science Bldg/Allston 491,000 sq ft (construction)

120. Harvard U Klarman Hall & G2 Pavilion 100,000 sq ft academic space + 1000 seat pavilion (construction)

121. 141 N. Harvard St/Barry's Corner Resident & Retail Commons/ Allston 325 units + retail 350,000 sq ft (2015)

122. 219 Western Avenue/The Continuum/Allston 325 units + retail 350,000 sq ft [Samuels/Weiner land use from Harvard U (2015)]

123. Harvard University/370-400 Western Avenue/Allston 240 rental units

124. Boston Landing Sports Complex and Offices 1.4M sq ft (constr)

Bullfinch Triangle development


125. 104 Canal/Boutique Hotel/West End 15 Stories 191' 90 rooms (delayed)

126. 88 N. Washington St/Valenti Sq Boutique Hotel/North End 72 rooms 14 stories 160' (approved 17 March 2017)

127. 101 Canal Steet/Archstone Avenir/Bullfinch Triangle/West End 241 units 315,000 sq ft (2010)

128. 110 Beverly St/The Victor/Bullfinch Triangle/West End 286 rental units 365,000 sq ft. (2014)

129. One Canal St/Bullfinch Triangle/West End 164' 435,000 sq ft (2017)

130. Parcels 1B & 1C residences & hotel Bulfinch Triangle/North End 13 stories 166' 484,000 sq ft (2018)

Harrison-Albany Corridor

130. Inc Block residences/South End 315 units 549,000 sq ft (2018)

131. 89 E Dedham St/660 Harrison/ "Harrison-Albany Block"/ South End 710 residential units 700,000 sq ft (constr)

132. 345 Harrison Ave/South End 12 stories 560 units 515,000 sq ft 160' (cladding)

133. 379-380 Harrison Ave (The Berkeley)/South End 273 units 356,000 sq ft 14 stories (constr)


134. 321 Harrison Ave/South End 220,000 sq ft 160' (approved 15 Sept, 2016).

135. 600 Harrison Ave/The Girard/South End 193 units 200,000 sq 5 (2017)

136. Boston Med Ctr/ambulatory care bldg/South End 240,000 sq ft (2017)

137. 105A S. Huntington/Serenity/Jamaica Plain 14 stories/185 units 164' (2017)

138. Fenway Van Ness tower 172 units 14 Stories 164' (2015)

139. 65 Seaport Blvd/Yotel Hotel/Seaport 326 rooms 11 stories 164' (2017)

140. *Hood development parcel/480-570 Rutherford Avenue/Charlestown mixed development project total 1.2M sq ft....

141. 572 Rutherford Avenue/Charlestown mixed development 270,000 sq ft (construction)....

142. 480 Rutherford Avenue/Charlestown 177 units 200,000 sq ft (constr)....

143. ...and 32 Cambridge Street/ Charlestown 171 Units 138,000 sq ft (constr)


144. River Works Station/Lynn/1200 units (construction 2019)

145. 101 Allstate Road/"South Bay Ctr" expansion 1.1M sq ft: 475 units, 130 hotel rooms, 120,000 sq ft of retail (constr)

146. 235 Old Colony Ave/Andrews Sq/South Boston [total project 8 bldgs] 656 units 735,000 sq ft (constr)

147. Education First Phase 1/ Cambridge 200,000 sq ft (2011)

148. Education First Phase 2/ 250,000 sq ft 172' (2014)

149. Education First Phase 3/ Cambridge 300,000 sq ft 12 stories 162' (constr)

150. Children's Hospital expansion/Mission Hill 500,000 sq ft 11 stories 160' (constr)

151. Roxbury Crossing/Parcel 25/Mission Hill 88 units 350,000 sq ft retail/office/residential 160' (constr)

152. 14 West Broadway/South Boston 180,000 sq ft 152' (topped)

153. 159-201 Washington St./ Brighton 660 units 584,000 sq ft (approved 16 Nov 2017)

Kendall Sq

154. 100 Binney Street/Cambridge 12 stories 417,000 sq ft 160' (2017)

155. 50 & 60 Binney Street/Kendall Sq/Cambridge 10 stories 541,000 sq ft 140' (2017)

156. 75/125 Binney St Kendall Sq/Cambridge 388,000 sq ft (2017)

157. 121-139 First St/Cambridge 325,000 sq ft (constr)

158. 399 Binney Street lab/Cambridge 165,000 sq ft (constr)


159. GE Headquarters Building/Ft Point *main building of 700k sq ft complex (construction 2019)


Somerville

160. Assembly Row Alloy residences, hotel, retail (condos)/Somerville 13 stories 267,000 sq ft total; 1.8M sq ft 166' (2018)

161. Assembly Row lowrise infill & offices/Somerville 760,000 sq ft

162. Assembly Row Boutique hotel/Assembly Sq/ Somerville 159 rooms (2018)

163. Assembly's Edge hotel/Assembly Sq/Somerville 180 rooms 162'

164. Assembly Row (Block 8) offices/retail/Assembly Sq/Somerville total 525,000 sq ft (250/200k)

165. Broadway Apartments/Somerville 180 units

166. Northeastern University projects >750,000 sq ft

167. Boston University projects >600,000 sq ft

168. Boston College projects >600,000 sq ft

169. 215 First/50 Second/300 Third Sts/Kendall Sq/Cambridge - 622,000 sq ft (2017)

170. 303 3rd St/Cambridge 531 units (2010)

171. Roxbury/Jamaica Plain/Mission Hill infill & small projects >1,000 units

172. South Boston infill & small projects >800 units

173. Cambridge/Somerville/Malden/Melrose infill & small projects >800 units

174. Allston/Brighton infill & small projects >500 unit

175. 169 A Street/1 Channel Center/South Boston 525,000 sq ft (2015)

176. 660 Ocean Ave/Waterfront Square/Revere 424 units (2016)

177. Brookline Place Expansion/Brookline Village 465,000 sq ft (230,000 sq ft medical offices + 683 space garage)

178. 6 Tide Street/Innovation Square/ Seaport Office/Lab 360,000 (constr)[/color]

179. Amory Street/ Jamaica Plain 360 units 250,000 sq ft (approved February 8th, 2018)

180. Residences at Alewife Station/Cambridge 320 units 325,000 sq ft (construction 2018)

181. 8 Industrial Dr/ Readville Yard 5/ Hyde Park/ 5 bldgs 249,845 square feet (approved Feb 8, 2018)

182. Roxbury Crossing/Parcel 25 mixed use retail/office/residential 305,000 sq ft (constr)

183. 3611 Washington Street/Metromark Apts/Jamaica Plain 283 units 300,000 sq ft (constr)

184. Alewife Research Center/35 Cambridge Park Dr/ Cambridge 289,000 sq ft (2019).

185. UMass Boston Dorms/South Boston 1,077-beds 260,000 sq ft (2018)

186. 375-399 Chestnut Hill Avenue [Circle Cinema]/Brighton mixed use retail + 92 large units 218,520 sq ft (constr)

187. 795 Columbus Avenue/ Northeastern Univ Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Center/ Roxbury 198,000 sq ft (2017)

188. 290 Huntington Ave/ NE Conservatory Student Life and Performance Center/Fenway 250 beds 200,000 sq ft (2017)


189. 33 Gainsborough Street/NE Conservatory/Academic and Admn Bldg 65,000 sq ft


Mission Hill/Jamaica Plain

190. 161 S. Huntington Avenue/Olmsted Place/Jamaica Plain 196-units (2015)

200. 201 South Huntington Avenue/Jamaica Plain/ 149 units 150,000 sq ft


197. Mosaic/Mission Hill 145 units 180,000 sq ft 149' (2017)

198. 800 Huntington Ave/Mass Eye and Ear/Mission Hill 90,000 sq ft (2013)

199. 1457, 67, 70 Tremont Street/ Mission Hill 81 units 91,000 sq ft [(total) constr]


200. 95 St. Alphonsus St/Longwood II Residences/Mission Hill 115 units 112,000 sq ft (approved November 16 2017)

201. 555 Parker Street/Wentworth Bio-Eng Bldg/Mission Hill 78,000 sq ft (topped)

202. 77 Terrace St + 9-11 Burney St/Mission Hill 44 units + 31 units

203. 28-30 Gurney St/ Mission Hill Senior Housing 40 units 50,000 sq ft (2015)

204. 70 Parker Hill Avenue + 35 South Huntington/ Mission Hill 40 + 38 units 90,000 sq ft (2017)

205. Jacqueline Boston Community Ctr/Mission Hill


East Boston

176. Clippership Wharf Condo's/East Boston/Lendlease/Winn 478 units 555,000 sq ft (constr)

178. 29 Marginal Street/Portside at Pier 1/East Boston total; 368 condos + 177 apartments, 500,000 sq ft (2017)

206. Boston East/126 Border St/East Boston 196 units (constr)

16 Boardman St/ Hilton Garden Inn/ / East Boston 262 rooms 155,000 sq ft (approved Nov 16, 2017)

216. 99 Sumner Street/East Boston 119 units 125,000 sq ft (approved Jul 13, 2017)

220. 75 Border Street/80 Liverpool Street/ "Coppersmith Village" East Boston 71 Units 114,091 sq ft (constr)

255. 114 Orleans Ave +10-16 Everett St + 75 Liverpool Street/East Boston 64 res units


South Boston


7. Boston Globe building redevelopment




207. 262 Monsignor O'Brien Hwy/Cambridge 200,000 sq ft (2017) [/color]

208. 105 First Avenue/Chain Forge hotel/Charlestown Navy Yard 231 rooms 160,000 sq ft

209. 105 First Avenue/Rope Walk Residences/Charlestown Navy Yard 97 apt units 160,000 sq ft


212. 691 Mass Ave condominiums/South End 140,000 sq ft (2012)

213. 235 St Botolph Street/NE Conservatory/Student Life & Performance Ctr/ Fenway 135,000 sq ft 11 stories 149' (2017)

214. 530 Western Ave/Brighton 132 units 130,000 sq ft (constr)

215. Parcel 9/Haymarket boutique hotel/Downtown 225 rooms (constr) [/color]


217. 89 Brighton Avenue 130 units 120,000 sq ft (construction 2018)

218. 45 West Third/South Boston 105 units + parking spaces w/ retail (2018)

219. 61-83 Braintree St/Allston 80 units 110,000 sq ft (2017)




221. 249 Third Street Cambridge 84 units (constr).

222. 1971 Dorchester Ave/Treadmark/Dorchester 83 units 110,000 sq ft


224. 46 & 88 Wareham St/South End mixed office & residential incl ~60 units ~90,000 sq ft (constr)

225. 6 West Broadway Hotel/South Boston 156 rooms 87,000 sq ft (2018)


226. 20 West Fifth St. Ceinture/South Boston 52 units 80,000 sq ft (approved Jan 11, 2018)

227. 9 Channel Center Street/ South Boston 72,562 sq ft (2016)

228. 112 + 136 Shawmut Ave/South End 155 units +33 units 13 stories/10 stories 149' (2018)

229. Seaport Transportation Center Garage/Seaport 1604 spaces (2018)

230. 525 Huntington/Wentworth Dorms/Fenway 305 beds (2015)


232. 46 Hichborn Street/ Brighton 46 units 49,679 sq ft (approved Dec 14, 2017)

233. 45 West Third/South Boston 105 units + parking spaces w/ retail (constr)



Malden

234. The Pioneer/"Mystic Side area" of Malden 286 units

235. 100-150 Exchange Street/Malden 210 units w/ retail 275,000 sq ft (2017)

236. 150 River's Edge/Malden/ 282 units (2016)

237. 200 River's Edge/Lab/Malden #1 116,000 sq ft (2015)

238. 200 River's Edge/Lab/Malden #2 116,000 sq ft (2019)

239. 341 Forest Street/ Malden 80 units assisted living (2017)

240. 180 Eastern Avenue/Malden 86 units 120,000 sq ft (2018)




Chelsea

179. 201 Maple St/ Chelsea FBI HQ Bldg 275,000 sq ft (2016)

180. 100 Heard St/One North/Chelsea (1 & 2) 452 units (2016)

260. 950 Broadway/ Chelsea 38 units (2010)

261 242 Spencer Avenue/ Chelsea 34 units (2018)




Watertown

173. Arsenal Yards residences/Watertown 503 units (constr)

174. Arsenal Yards offices & retail/Watertown 350,000 sq ft (constr)

175. Arsenal Yards Hampton Inn/Watertown 145 rooms (constr)

241. 20 Somerset Street/Suffolk University academic bldg reconstruction/
112,000 sq ft (1930/2015)


242. 55 India St/Downtown 40 units 67,000 sq ft (delayed)

243. 110 Broad St/The Boulevard/Downtown 40 units 84,000 sq ft 12 stories 160' (2019)

245. 100 West Second Street/Artists for Humanity/Fort Point 57,000 sq ft (constr)

246. 22 Boston Wharf Road/Stillings Garage Expansion/Fort Point 54,700 sq ft (2018)

247. 205 E Street residences/South Boston 50,000 sq ft (2017)

248. Little Building reconstruction/Emerson/Theater District/ + 294 additional beds (2018)

249. 839 Beacon Street and 44 Burbank Street/Fenway 45 + 34 units (2018)

250. 3353 Washington St/Jamaica Plain 44 units (2018)

251. The Vault/Lynn 49 units (2018)

252. 1650 Commonwealth Avenue/(The Aberdeen) Brighton 40 condo units 50,000 sq ft (2018)


253. 256 Dorchester Street/South Boston 32 units 46,000 square feet (approved Dec 14, 2017)

254. 395 Colombia Rd./Charter School/ Dorchester 41,000 sq ft (approved November 16, 2017)

256. 495 Western Avenue/Charles River Community Health Ctr/Brighton 48,000 sq ft (2016)

257. Porter Square: Porter Square Hotel + 1971 Mass Ave residences + Beacon Street Hotel + Hotel Cambridge]/Cambridge (2015, 2017, 2018, 2018)

88 Hudson Street/Chinatown 51 units 59,992 sq ft (2017)

77 Warren Street 101 units 110,000 sq ft (constr)

258. 1650 Soldier’s Field Road/Maserati-Alfa Romeo auto sales 27,000 sq ft (approved Dec 14, 2017)

259. 198 Hanover Street/North End residential/ retail (constr)

261. Dewitt Community Center/ Roxbury

244 Hanover Street/ North End 28 units [/color]





parcels to watch;

1. 125 Lincoln Street (400-680')

2. Columbus Ctr tower and mid-rise cluster over the Mass Pike (420')

3. Dot Parcels 25, 26, 27 & 28, Leather District (2 X 300') + midrise

4. Beach Street Garage (300~325')

5. Suffolk Downs

6. 601 Newbury Street

7. Queensberry Street Garage/Fenway

Lord & Taylor (280~340')

8. 200 Stuart Street Garage.

9. Dock Square Garage

10. 1 Merrimack St, Bulfinch Triangle (165-260')

11.

12. Widett Circle

13. several new air rights projects currently under study by Mass DOT.

14. Wonderland Dog Track

15. 500 Western Avenue/Allston

16. the Northern Avenue Bridge/Ft Point Channel




Failed during review phase....

1. Southbay Tower/ Parcel 27 Leather District, 67 stories 800' (killed by FAA)

2. 1 Bromfield St/Midwood Investment 59 stories 709' (latest design sent back by the BCDC)

3.1065 Boylston/ Boylston Square (originally proposed for 59 stories 650').
encountered intense opposition by Back Bay/ Fenway community groups

4. 45 Worthington St/Equity Residential 35 stories 390' (sacked after neighborhood pushback).

5. 1 Joslin Place 29 Stories 340' (cancelled)

6. 533 Washington St 29 stories 303' (sacked after neighborhood pushback)

7. 41 LaGrange St Residences/ Chinatown 126 units 134,000 sq ft 19 stories 235' (cancelled)

8. 171 Tremont St residences/Theater District 13 stories 300' then 250, then 175' (cancelled) *project site purchased by Emerson College.



Boston Skyline 2021~22...



http://boston.siretechnologies.com/s...doctype=AGENDA

http://boston.siretechnologies.com/s...doctype=AGENDA



244. 691 Massachusetts Avenue/South End 40 units 40,000 sq ft (2011)

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i'm beginning to become less worried that we'll ever build fast enough to actually cause a significant downturn.... Yup, i think we're safe. experts say Boston has taken over sole possession of the 9th place for largest Global financial centers – and we take forever to break ground on half of these projects...

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GFCI-21: North America's Top Financial Centers [March 2017]

02. New York: 780
06. San Francisco: 724
07. Chicago: 723
09. Boston: 720
10. Toronto: 719
12. Washington D.C.: 716
14. Montreal: 713
17. Vancouver: 709
19. Los Angeles: 705
49. Calgary: 627
61. Mexico City: 614

http://www.longfinance.net/images/gfci/gfci_21.pdf
China getting increasingly bullish on Boston's biotech sector....

https://www.bostonglobe.com/business...woN/story.html

An area of economic develoment often overlooked are Boston's medical campuses. For example; if the Longwood Medical Campus (straddling the Fenway and Mission Hill neighborhoods) were a state, it would rank 8th in the nation in Fed.gov research funding....

https://www.statnews.com/2015/12/21/...-medical-area/

If all of this weren't enough, the density planned by the Walsh Administration for the next 10 years–is remarkable, by any standard. i'm told significant neighborhood planning is being kept under wraps. i believe we'll end up exceeding Walsh's call for 53,000 units–by thousands of units.


Population density of cities or boroughs with at least 75,000 population (my best estimates reflecting recent transactions)....


1. Manhattan, NY; 72,826/sq mile
2. Brooklyn, NY; 37,137
3. The Bronx, NY; 34,321
4. Queens, NY; 21,460
5. Somerville, MA; 18,868 (3,500 residents coming to Assembly Row)
6. San Francisco, CA; 18,451
7. Patterson, NJ; 17,346
8. Cambridge, MA; 17,160 (111,654 + 450 grad student residents)
Cambridge, MA + coll students; 26,648/sq mile (111,654 residents + 60,000 students)
9. Jersey City, NJ; 16,737
10. Boston, MA; *14,312 *(pop 693,000/ 2018 up to the minute)
11. Daly City (San Mateo), CA; 13,843
12. Hawthorne (Los Angeles), CA; 13,800
13. South Gate (Los Angeles), CA; 13,090
14. Santa Ana, (Orange County), CA; 12,451
15. Miami; 12,360
16. Inglewood, (Los Angeles), CA 12,323
17. El Monte (Los Angeles), CA 12,139
18. Chicago; 11,868
19. Philadelphia 11,635
20. Newark, NJ; 11,496
21. Washington DC; 11,158/sq mi

*New York City total pop density; 28,052/sq mi
**Boston reached 677,880 people in the latter part of 2016 or will do so in early 2017.

Major US cities w/ >500,000 pop...

1. New York, NY; 28,052
2. San Francisco, CA; 18,451
3. Boston, MA; 14,149.
4. Miami; 12,360
5. Chicago; 11,868
6. Philadelphia, PA; 11,635
7. Washington, DC; 11,158/sq mi

Boston vs San Francisco [resident population + college students]

1. San Francisco ~19,000/sq mi
2. Boston ~18,100/sq mi

Major US cities w/ >500,000 pop...


1. New York, NY; 28,052
2. San Francisco, CA; 18,451
3. Boston, MA; 14,149.

Combined Major US cities w/ New York + Boston/Cambridge/Somerville + SF/Daly City disambigugation >500,000 pop...

1. New York, NY; 28,052
2. San Francisco, CA; 17,803
3. Boston, MA; 14,790 [pop 866,925 (684,093 + Cambridge/Somerville 189,045)
4. Miami; 12,360
5. Chicago; 11,868
6. Philadelphia, PA; 11,635
7. Washington, DC; 11,158

US cities with taller-than-Boston...

1. New York
2. Chicago
3. Miami
4. San Francisco
5. Los Angeles
6. Seattle
7. Philadelphia
8. Houston
9. Dallas
10. Atlanta
11. Oklahoma City
12. Charlotte
13. Pittsburgh
14. Cleveland
15. Minneapolis
16. u/c Jersey City
17. (soon) Denver
18. soon-to-be Vegas??

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I'm surprised that Miami is denser then Chicago and Philadelphia. I've always thought of South Florida as car obsessed sprawl.
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I'm surprised that Miami is denser then Chicago and Philadelphia. I've always thought of South Florida as car obsessed sprawl.
The City of Miami has even less land area than the City of Boston and more than 300 high-rise buildings. When you think about Miami Metro Area or certainly "South Florida" you are are thinking of much, much more than the City of Miami. The city proper is dense, but small. I'm not even sure it should be on that list of cities over 500,000 people because it comes up about 60,000 short. The Miami metro area, of course, is about 5.5 million.
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^^True. i included it because their population has started ticking up again, and will cross over 500,000 by noon on Thursday. They also have some 90-95 highrises topped, u/c or in development.
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The City of Miami has even less land area than the City of Boston and more than 300 high-rise buildings. When you think about Miami Metro Area or certainly "South Florida" you are are thinking of much, much more than the City of Miami. The city proper is dense, but small. I'm not even sure it should be on that list of cities over 500,000 people because it comes up about 60,000 short. The Miami metro area, of course, is about 5.5 million.
Yep, borders are everything. Allston/Brighton is similar land area to Somerville (4.4 sq miles vs. 4.1) and population, so it has a similar density, but Somerville gets all the credit for being one of the densest cities in America because of borders.
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8. Cambridge, MA; 17,130 (109,694 + 450 grad student residents)
Cambridge, MA + coll students; 26,648/sq mile (110,144 residents + 60,000 students)
This is an absolutely improper thing to do with census data. The census includes college students as residents of Cambridge.
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i'm not sure, but, it had been my understanding, only the grad students are added.
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I too am surprised by Miami. More surprisingly, is that several sections of LA are on the list.
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Is the Miami Metro dense, though? Seems like it would be not.
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i'm not sure, but, it had been my understanding, only the grad students are added.
I don't know that undergrads *always* are, but as an undergraduate (in another state) I was explicitly told to write down my dorm address as my permanent address. Makes sense from their point of view.
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I too am surprised by Miami. More surprisingly, is that several sections of LA are on the list.
LA as a metro area is actually the densest in the country, believe it or not.
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What?

I guess cause there are so many people and there are high-rise downtowns 40 miles from the core.
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LA as a metro area is actually the densest in the country, believe it or not.
This must really depend on how you define metro area.

Per the wiki on highest population density, New York City (all boroughs) is the densest, with over 10,000 people per square mile.

No section of LA makes that cut. And LA as a city does not make the list (but parts are dense).

See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...lation_density

As whole cities, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Philly and Miami are all denser.
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Metro areas are made up, estimated.... The Boston metro area has Worcester, Providence and I believe Manchester NH. Im sure some people drive from Providence but not many. Id say (again guessing) the true metro area is the 495 belt south to Plymouth and north to the NH line.
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^^metros are measured in 3 ways.

city proper, msa, csa.

LA, Boston, and SF are challenging to measure and disambiguate against other metros.

People scratch their heads when comparing Boston, LA or SF to other metros.

Boston and SF have extremely high densities in their MSA's, where LA does not. Where LA actually has very high density over a very large area known as Greater Los Angeles (it's CSA)....
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"Boston Crane Watch"

I count over 60 projects.
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