The project would involve six different buildings as well as a publicly accessible plaza of nearly 44,000 square feet connecting surrounding streets. The buildings all totaled would encompass 458,300 square feet; and would include retail, restaurants, office space, 35 condos at 15 Congress Street, and a 133-room boutique hotel at 68 Devonshire Street. Related Beal, the lead developer on the project (they're the same folks bringing you the car-less Lovejoy Wharf), wants the whole shebang to have a kind of "European-style arcade" feel about it, according to documents filed with the BRA. We'll see what happens.
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