Above and below are renderings of the proposed Winthrop Square Garage tower in Boston’s Financial District.
Recall that developer Millennium Partners recently shrank the height of the proposed spire to 691 feet from 702 feet because of concerns over shadows it might cast and its impact on flights in and out of Logan.
The tower was originally supposed to be 775 feet, which would’ve made it the second-tallest in Boston behind 200 Clarendon.
Still, even at 691 feet and 52 stories, the Winthrop Square tower would be Boston’s fourth-tallest, a noticeable addition to the skyline with some 1.6 million square feet of space.
- Winthrop Square tower’s proposed height shrinks again [Curbed Boston]