The Boston Redevelopment Authority on Wednesday put out word of a public meeting re: the proposed Fenway Point development at 1395 Boylston Street that included details on just what the tower might now entail.
Samuels & Associates, the developer of such giant projects as the Landmark Center expansion and Barry's Corner, had originally pitched plans for a 23-story spire in the mold of Manhattan's Flatiron Building. It would have 200 apartments and 50 condos as well as retail over two floors. The latest plans for Fenway Point (it was originally just "the Point") call for 240 apartments, 109 condos and about 20,000 square feet of retail over 30 floors. You have until Jan. 24 to let the BRA know what you think.
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