It took damn near forever, but the five-building, mixed-use development at Brookline Avenue and Beacon Street is a go. Above are renderings of the project from the Architectural Team, the firm behind the architecture (natch) and the master planning.
Those master plans for Fenway Center go well beyond the 500 apartments within the 4.5-acre project that:
The Architectural Team's design for Fenway Center incorporates residences, offices and neighborhood-oriented retail in a transit-oriented development adjacent to the new Yawkey Commuter Rail Station, connecting and integrating the new buildings into the existing Fenway, Kenmore, and Longwood Medical Area neighborhoods. The plan respects the urban grid and adds significant greenspaces for community enjoyment. Fenway Center will also feature one of the largest private solar power plants in Massachusetts, and the Metropolitan Boston Transit Authority's first net-zero-energy train station.
Here's a bird's-eye view of said train station: