Developer New Boston Ventures, construction team Commodore Builders and Walsh Brothers, and architect firm Finegold Alexander Architects plan to officially top off the Boulevard condos at 110 Broad Street beside the Rose Kennedy Greenway in downtown Boston on February 13.
Mayor Marty Walsh is expected to be the guest of honor.
The topping-off comes a little more than a year after condo sales started at the 36-unit development (which includes five artist live-work lofts). That development replaces a four-story building and a 19th-century warehouse that Charles Bulfinch designed.
The facade of that warehouse has been fully restored and its interior incorporated into the Boulevard’s lobby and amenity spaces (the facade is pictured below).
The Boulevard’s amenities will include concierge service, a club room, a fitness center, a pet spa, and an underground parking garage featuring the largest automated guided vehicle (AGV) system of its kind in Boston, with room for 48 vehicles.
Here are some renderings of the finished product, set to be delivered this August.
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