Fenway has been one of the boom-ier neighborhoods during Boston's building boom. Between projects like the five-building Fenway Center (which will happen, promise) and the developments all about the ballpark of the same name, the neighborhood may be changing physically more than any other Boston enclave save Southie.
Developer Samuels & Associates, they of Fenway projects like 1330 Boylston Street, the Trilogy and the new Point, want to plop 550 apartments in three residential buildings at the site of a five-level garage at the current Landmark Center. And! The project would also bring 110,000 more square feet of retail space, including 75,000 square feet for a Wegmans (the city's first!). The buildings would rise 10 to 12 stories, according to plans released Monday. Oh, and there will be parking, so don't get any no-spots ideas.
· Landmark to Get $500M Remake [Herald]
· Expanded Landmark Center Would Host Wegmans, Residences [Globe]
· Might Fenway Get Its Own Flatiron Building? 23-Story Proposal [Curbed Boston]
· Our Full Count of Construction Around Fenway [Curbed Boston]
· Fenway Center a No-Show at Boston's Building-Boom Party [Curbed Boston]
· Developers to Boston Condo Buyers: Be More New York-y! [Curbed Boston]