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East Boston's Big New Street Project Officially Topping Off

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East Boston is one of the more game-change-y neighborhoods in the entire region, not least because of new development. One of the biggest developments in the New New Brooklyn is the 4-acre project formerly known as 6-26 New Street and now dubbed 10 New Street. Portland, Ore.-based developer Gerding Edlen, the same folks behind Fort Point's Factory 63 and 315 on A, hosted a groundbreaking for the complex back in December 2014. Now they're hosting a topping-off this morning at 11:30.

Ten New will include up to 259 studio, 1-BR and 2-BR apartments in two buildings, one 16 stories, the other four; a new water-taxi dock; up to 155 parking spaces; and a 12-foot-wide extension of the Harbor Walk in that area. The development, designed by Copley Wolff and Stantec, with construction overseen by Suffolk, will also come with a rooftop terrace with its own pool. Stay tuned for rental info.
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