It's part of a bevy of tall residential developments sprouting in downtown Boston (and just in the nick of time, we'd say). And, until now, it was known as the Nashua Street Residences. Henceforth, the 415-foot, 38-floor tower planned for 121 Nashua Street behind TD Garden will be known as Avalon North Station.
Developer AvalonBay Communities, the force behind such recent Boston additions as the Avalon Exeter and the AVA Theater District, has set Oct. 27 as the official groundbreaking for Avalon North Station (notice a trend here?). Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will be the guest of honor. When it's completed, the tower will include 503 studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-BR apartments—which may pivot to condos, AvalonBay has said, depending on market conditions. We think that's pretty darn likely. Avalon North Station is also expected to have parking for 503 bikes. Serendipitous.
· Mapping Boston's Tallest New Residential Developments [Curbed Boston]
· Boston Housing Plan: Incentivize Developers, Cross Fingers [Curbed Boston]
· What to Watch This Fall in Greater Boston Real Estate [Curbed Boston]
· 45 Stuart Street, a.k.a. AVA Theater District, Coming Along [Curbed Boston]
· The Market Loves Avalon Exeter and Its $10K Apartments [Curbed Boston]
· The Giant What-If Surrounding the Nashua Street Residences [Curbed Boston]