Local institution Anthony's Pier 4 Restaurant is in its final structural throes in the Seaport, with New York-based developer Tishman Speyer demolishing what was once the nation's highest-grossing restaurant to make way for the firm's development there.
Recall that it is due to have two parts: a 13-story office building with 353,000 square feet of office space and 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail; and a nine-story, 100-unit condo building with 171,000 square feet of residential space and 17,000 further square feet of retail. Both parts will be built on a two-level, subterranean garage.
And! The development will have public spaces, including a one-acre public park at the pier's top and a continuation of the Harbor Walk around the project's perimeter. Famously, these spaces will include so-called sea steps right down to the water's edge.
Check out these renderings to get a fresh sense of what Pier 4 will look like in the end. Hey, is that a yacht?
- Website: Pier 4 [Tishman Speyer]
- Anthony’s Pier 4 Will Fall to Wrecking Ball [Globe]
- Rockefeller Center Owner to Plant Condos on Pier 4 Site [Curbed Boston]
- Here's a Closer Look at the Future Sea Steps of Pier 4 [Curbed Boston]