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Bulfinch Crossing residential tower has a name and some opening dates

The 46-story apartment and condo spire in downtown Boston is part of a much larger project

A crane dangling high over a city, and there’s flag dangling from the crane. Courtesy of the HYM Investment Group

The development team behind the first residential tower at the massive Bulfinch Crossing complex going up on and around downtown Boston’s Government Center Garage has dubbed it the Sudbury.

The 480-foot, 46-story tower—which officially topped out in late August—is due to include 368 apartments and 55 condos. It’s also supposed to include a bevy of amenities, including a fitness center with a pool, rooftop lounges and gardens, and concierge services.

Pre-sales and leasing are scheduled to start in early 2020. The apartments are expected to be move-in ready by the spring, and the condos at the tower at 100-110 Sudbury Street are due to come online in the summer or early fall. Prices and rents have not been released.

Rendering of a glassy skyscraper Rendering via Bulfinch Crossing

Bulfinch Crossing overall is due to have more than one million square feet of office space, more than 800 residential units, and a new pedestrian plaza. It also means the redevelopment of one of the biggest parking garages in Boston, part of a trend that shows no signs of abating.

The project’s 43-story, 528-foot tower at One Congress Street, which officially broke ground in June, is due to be the tallest new office building in Boston since 1984.

The development team behind the first residential tower includes project owners National Real Estate Advisors LLC, on behalf of their clients and the HYM Investment Group LLC and lender Pacific Life Insurance Company.