Developers Boston Properties and Delaware North officially broke ground in January 2016 on the humongous project at the old Boston Garden site along Causeway Street. It continues to unfold.
Ultimately, the development will mean more than 1.5 million square feet of shops, restaurants, offices, hotel rooms, and residences, as well as an expansion of nearby TD Garden and transit improvements to North Station.
Phase I is underway and should wrap in 2018. It is due to include flourishes such as the city’s largest supermarket; a 15-screen movie theater; 10,000 square feet of outdoor space for a new entrance to TD Garden and North Station; and 175,000 square feet of what the developers are calling “creative office space.”
Phase II will include a 440-unit, 38-floor residential tower and a 260-key, 10-floor micro-hotel; and Phase III will be an office tower running to 21 stories.