Recall that plans call for not only up to 600 luxury apartments on the site but 15,000 square feet of office space and a slew of new retail, too, including Boston's first Wegmans grocery store in a 75,000-square-foot space. The new parts of the Landmark Center would rise from 10 to 12 stories; and there would be an underground garage with 1,500 spaces as well.
This evening's BRA meeting not only offers the prospect of a major leap forward for Samuels & Associates, the Landmark Center's would-be redeveloper, but also a look into its workings under new Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who has vowed changes, big changes, at the city's governing developmental authority. Stay tuned.
· BRA's First Walsh-Era Vote Is a Major One [Globe]
· Another Big Number for Fenway: 550 Apts. at Landmark Center [Curbed Boston]
· Our Updated Full Count of Construction Around Fenway [Curbed Boston]