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The Development Around Fenway Park on Opening Day

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Play ball! The world champion Red Sox take to their home diamond today for the first time in the 2014 season, and we thought that would be a wholly appropriate time to run down all the new development going up around Fenway Park. Said development includes the Verb hotel; the city's first Wegmans and Target; and, by our back-of-the-envelop calculations, at least 1,434 new apartments.


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Landmark Center

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Plans call for 600 luxury apartments as well as 15,000 square feet of office space and a slew of new retail, including Boston's first Wegmans grocery store in a 75,000-square-foot space. The new parts of the Landmark Center would rise from 10 to 12 stories; and there would be an underground garage with 1,500 spaces as well.

The Viridian

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The 348,235-square-foot project will rise to 18 floors and include 342 apartments. There will be 10,000 square feet of ground-floor retail as well as 295 parking spaces. Original plans called for 100,000 square feet of office space as well, but that was scrapped—first it looked like condos, too, and then everything went rental. The Viridian replaces an old McDonald's lot.

Fenway Triangle

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The project will produce 172 apartments, 230,000 square feet of office space, plenty of underground parking, and, easily most importantly, the first Target in downtown Boston.

The Verb

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The developers are apparently planning what's being described as an "edgy" and "irreverent" hotel with 94 rooms and a DJ spinning in a lobby adorned with old Boston Phoenix covers amongst other memorabilia. However much a nod to olden days, the developers do plan to refurbish the rooms, which will go in the $200-a-night range.

The Point

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The 24-story building (22 stories atop a two-floor base) is slated to have 320 apartments as well as 33,000 square feet of commercial space, including restaurants

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Landmark Center

Plans call for 600 luxury apartments as well as 15,000 square feet of office space and a slew of new retail, including Boston's first Wegmans grocery store in a 75,000-square-foot space. The new parts of the Landmark Center would rise from 10 to 12 stories; and there would be an underground garage with 1,500 spaces as well.

The Viridian

The 348,235-square-foot project will rise to 18 floors and include 342 apartments. There will be 10,000 square feet of ground-floor retail as well as 295 parking spaces. Original plans called for 100,000 square feet of office space as well, but that was scrapped—first it looked like condos, too, and then everything went rental. The Viridian replaces an old McDonald's lot.

Fenway Triangle

The project will produce 172 apartments, 230,000 square feet of office space, plenty of underground parking, and, easily most importantly, the first Target in downtown Boston.

The Verb

The developers are apparently planning what's being described as an "edgy" and "irreverent" hotel with 94 rooms and a DJ spinning in a lobby adorned with old Boston Phoenix covers amongst other memorabilia. However much a nod to olden days, the developers do plan to refurbish the rooms, which will go in the $200-a-night range.

The Point

The 24-story building (22 stories atop a two-floor base) is slated to have 320 apartments as well as 33,000 square feet of commercial space, including restaurants