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Our Updated Residential Heatmap: 66 Projects and Counting

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It was about a month ago that we loosed our Residential Heatmap showing 63 apartment and condo projects going up Hub-wide. It's time to update it already. We've added the likes of the Victor, a 286-unit apartment tower with 17,000 square feet of retail; the 18-unit 319 A Street; and the 14-unit condo at 70 Prospect Street in Somerville, which may very well mimic Manhattan's Flatiron Building in its design.


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1. The Ink Block

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The old Boston Herald HQ is set to become 475 one- to three-bedroom apartments, plus 80,000 square feet of retail, including a grocery store.

2. 345 Harrison Avenue

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345 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

Directly across the street from the Ink Block, this 2-acre site is slated to become a mix of apartments and retail.

3. 275 Albany Street

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275 Albany Street
Boston, MA

Once slated to be part hotel, the would-be South End buffer is now to be two buildings of up to 380 apartments, with a parking garage in between.

4. 1115 Washington Street

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1115 Washington Street
Boston, MA

Now occupied by a service station and a parking lot, it's supposed to become a mix of apartments and retail.

5. The Kensington

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659 Washington Street
Boston, MA

The 27-story, 381-unit Kensington topped off on Dec. 19.

6. 319 A Street Rear

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319 A Street
Boston, MA

A wing of executive training program Goldman Sachs got the O.K. to build the tallest building in Southie's Fort Point Channel area: 20 stories over 257,000 square feet, with 202 units.

7. 1282 Boylston Street

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1282 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

The city O.K.'d 210 apartments, along with office and retail.

8. 120 Kingston Street

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120 Kingston Street
Boston, MA

This 240-unit project on the edge of Chinatown broke ground in late September.

9. Waterside Place

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Congress Street and D Street
Boston, MA

A 236-unit apartment tower, with 10,000 square feet of retail, was approved for Mayor Menino’s beloved Innovation District (it will have 8,000 square feet as well of “innovation space”)

10. 45 Stuart Street

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45 Stuart Street
Boston, MA

The city approved this $125 million project in November that will create 404 studio, one- and two-bedrooms.

11. Maxwell's Green

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Lowell Street and Highland Avenue
Somerville, MA

The first of the four buildings comprising this ransit-oriented, 184-unit spread less than a mile from Davis Square opened in September, with studios renting for $1,831.

12. Jackson Square

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225 Centre Street
Boston, MA

This is the first and largest component of the city-backed, 14-building Jackson Square redevelopment, where JP meets Roxbury, that's been at least 10 years in the making. This largest component will have 103 rental units, including 35 affordable ones, as well as more than 16,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

13. Fenway Center

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Commonwealth Avenue and Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA

The five-building, solar-powered development looked all set to go until late last year, when yet another dispute (this one between developer John Rosenthal and the state over a lease for the site) derailed things.

14. 6-26 New Street

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6-26 New Street
Boston, MA

This Eastie waterfront project will have 163 apartments, a restaurant on the ground floor, a water taxi landing and public access to the harbor (as well as 126 parking spaces). A larger version (rendered) would have put 224 units in the project, but was considered too big.

15. Hodge Boiler Works

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This is another scaled-back project, from 119 units to 95. It will also have 52 parking spaces, and Zipcar plans to set up nearby. Yay!

16. 49 Melcher Street

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49 Melcher Street
Boston, MA

These 23 loft-style apartments are expected to be available this fall; and are part of what brokers and developers have dubbed "the M Block."

17. 63 Melcher Street

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63 Melcher Street
Boston, MA

Twenty-three of the 38 apartments here are expected to be "innovation units," akin to micro-apartments. Three are two-bedrooms, the rest one-bedroom artist lofts.

18. 381 Congress Street

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381 Congress Street
Boston, MA

Within the Innovation District, this mixed-use project will turn a five-story warehouse into 44 apartments with ground-floor retail.

19. 411 D Street

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411 D Street
Boston, MA

Another Innovation District creation, this project will feature 26 so-called innovation unites (read: micro-apartments) as well as 197 normal ones

20. 267 Medford Street

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267 Medford Street
Boston, MA

This Charlestown project has been 17 years in the making due to legal disputes and recessions. It will have 124 loft-style apartments average 800 square feet in size and renting for between $1,800 to $1,900 a month.

21. The Arlington

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100 Arlington Street
Boston, MA

This 128-apartment redevelopment of an old charter-school building is brought to you by the same folks who built the luxury condo, The Clarendon.

22. 2 H Street

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2 H Street
Boston, MA

This project faced vociferous local opposition because most of its apartments were small (read: not for families, but hard-partying singletons). That changed in the final plans announced in July: 10 of the 127 apartments will be three-bedrooms.

23. The Element

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65 Brainerd Road
Boston, MA

The 100-unit building is part of Allston's so-called Green District, and will have greenery covering the roof so as to act as a a natural thermometer for the building.

24. The Edge

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60-66 Brainerd Road
Boston, MA

The 79-unit, four-story building will also be part of the ballyhooed Green District of Allston.

25. Portside at East Pier

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Lewis Street and Marginal Street
Boston, MA

The first component of this 26-acre project on the Eastie waterfront, a 176-apartment building, got under way in late January. All total, the project is supposed to have 566 apartments.

26. 11 West Broadway

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11 West Broadway
Boston, MA

Never mind the 50 apartments (all of them one- and two-bedrooms). This new project is most famous (or infamous) for hosting the first Starbucks in Southie (at least, the first not on the waterfront).

27. 40 Trinity Place

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40 Trinity Place
Boston, MA

A redevelopment of the Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center, this will be a 33-story building with 220 four-star hotel rooms and 142 condos.

28. Nashua Street Residences

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121 Nashua Street
Boston, MA

The tower by TD Garden is slated to be 38 stories of 503 apartments... that may become condos, depending on the market.

29. 399 Chestnut Hill Avenue

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399 Chestnut Hill Avenue
Boston, MA

This new building will consume the old Circle Cinema and an Applebee's on the Brookline-Boston border. It's due to have 82 apartments and dozens more hotel rooms.

30. 1085 Boylston Street

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1085 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

This new building in the Fenway would not only have 30 apartments (all one-bedrooms) and underground parking, but a green roof accessible to tenants. Moreover! The developer wants to use the revenue from the building to fund its charity work.

31. Millennium Tower

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426 Washington Street
Boston, MA

The mother of all recent Boston towers is slated to fill the old Filene's site in Downtown Crossing with at least 500 condos and apartments. The adjoining Burnham Building, moreover, is to be redone with its very late 19th-century origins in mind.

32. Fan Pier Plaza

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1 Courthouse Way
Boston, MA 02210

The 15-story glass building is expected to get under way this summer, creating 130 condos with fabulous views in a Boston that has seen a lot of condo planning but little construction.

33. Millennium Place

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Washington and Avery streets
Boston, MA

By the same folks who are bringing you the Millennium Tower, this 256-unit condo tower, slated to open late next year, will have all the bells and whistles: a private club; a fitness center; a 24-hour concierge; even a members-only program of cultural events.

34. Avalon Exeter

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88 Exeter Street
Boston, MA

This 187-unit, 28-story apartment tower broke ground in September 2011. It runs from studios to family-friendly three-bedrooms.

35. 361 Centre Street

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361 Centre Street
Boston, MA

Holy god, this one's been controversial! The conversion of the old Blessed Sacrament off Hyde Park was supposed to lead to more affordable housing in JP; but has instead led to 32 condos that will run from $269,000 to $725,000—not exactly affordable for the neighborhood.

36. Olmsted Place

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161 South Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA

Still controversial despite its O.K. from the city in November, this project will replace the former Home for Little Wanderers complex with a 196-unit, higher-end apartment building.

37. Assembly Row

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Middlesex Avenue and Foley Street
Boston, MA

Easily one of the Hub's biggest and most ambitious developments (it tried—though failed—to land meatball-maker Ikea), Somerville's Assembly Row is to include 2,050 housing units total, plus commercial space and a hotel. The first couple of apartment buildings are under way, with 448 apartments total. Tenants should be able to begin moving in this summer.

38. Watermark Kendall East

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250 Kendall Street
Cambridge, MA

This development will by this summer add 144 apartments to the Watermark Kendall Square complex (which includes 321 in a tower completed in 2007).

39. TD Garden Towers

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150 Causeway Street
Boston, MA

These two towers, each at least 430 feet high, are slated to go up on the site of the old Boston Garden. One would include hundreds of apartments or condos (the other would be offices); both would have retail, including a Target and a supermarket.

40. 7 Cameron

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7 Cameron Avenue
Cambridge, MA

This four-story, 37-apartment building is going up at the old North Cambridge site of Rounder Records.

41. Roslindale Square

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4228 Washington Street
Boston, MA

The rehab of the old power substation off Roslindale Square will be paid for by the approximately 40 apartments slated to go up on an adjoining lot.

42. Barry's Corner

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North Harvard Street and Western Avenue
Boston, MA

Part of Harvard's mega-development in Allston, these two buildings would have 325 apartments as well as 45,000 square feet of retail.

43. Lovejoy Wharf

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131 Beverly Street
Boston, MA

This big mixed-use development will include approximately 100 apartments in a 14-story building.

44. Atmark Cambridge

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70 Fawcett Street
Cambridge, MA

The first 260 apartments in this 428-unit complex are expected to be available this summer.

45. 160 Cambridgepark Drive Residences

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160 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

Construction is under way on this 398-unit complex in suddenly building-busy North Cambridge.

46. 165 Cambridgepark Drive

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165 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

This 244-unit complex is to include nine three-bedrooms, 74 two-bedrooms, 117 one-bedrooms and 44 studios.

47. Residences at Alewife

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223 Concord Turnpike
Cambridge, MA

This 227-unit building is slated to replace the site of the old Faces nightclub. Apartments could be available as early as June.

48. Columbia Point

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25 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125

This gritty stretch of Dorchester is due for a major overhaul, including a two-building complex with 278 studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms renting from $1,200 to just over $2,000. More apartments are slated in other buildings there as well.

49. 22-26 West Broadway

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22-26 West Broadway
Boston, MA

The six-story, 31-unit building sits right across from the Broadway T stop.

50. NorthPoint

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Leighton Street and Glassworks Avenue
Cambridge, MA

The first part of what could become a 5 million-square-foot mega-development where Cambridge meets Charlestown is a 20-story apartment tower with 355 luxury units as well as ground-floor retail.

51. Old Colony

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Old Colony Avenue and Dorchester Street
Boston, MA

The first phase of this affordable-housing redevelopment produced 116 housing units in mid-rise buildings, along with four groups of townhouses, which in turn contain close to 34 one- to five-bedroom units.

52. 132 Brookline Avenue

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132 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA

Another Fenway Triangle addition, this puppy is supposed to be 17 stories, with ground-floor retail and around 150 rentals.

53. 1325 Boylston Street

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1325 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

This development in Fenway Triangle will have two eight-story towers, one residential and one commercial, both capping four stories of retail. The residential tower is supposed to include around 150 rentals.

54. Charlesview Residences

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Brentwood Street and Everett Street
Boston, MA

This project takes a 213-unit affordable housing complex nearby and expands it to 240 rentals, including four-bedroom townhouses. There's supposed to be underground parking for 243 cars.

55. Charing Cross

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1501 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA

The 55-unit condo will replace a run-down, thankfully vacant, nursing home that the city acquired in foreclosure in 2005. The four-story, 65,000-square-foot building will include 37 market-rate condos, with the rest affordable.

56. 615 East Fourth Street

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615 East Fourth Street
Boston, MA

The old (as in Civil War-era old) Gate of Heaven church is slated to become 24 rentals, including 10 bi-level ones on the upper two floors.

57. Seaport Square

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Seaport Boulevard and Boston Wharf Road
Boston, MA

Lead developer John Hynes has not given up on this mega-development, which is supposed to include 750 apartments in two 22-story buildings. There have been fights and falling-outs among the partners but Hynes, who has sold some of the square's 23 develop-able acres, reiterated in December that the twin-tower scheme could still happen.

58. The Chevron on Tremont

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518 Tremont Street
Boston, MA

This conversion replaced one of the South End's last freestanding retail buildings, that of the Olde Dutch Cottage Candy & Antiques store. It will be replaced by floor-through condos costing at least $3 million apiece and having at least three bedrooms each.

59. Parcel 39A

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45 First Avenue
Boston, MA

The apartments in this 54-unit building in the Charlestown Navy Yard are slated to be a mix of one-bedrooms and studios.

60. Christian Science Plaza Towers

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Belvidere Street and Dalton Street
Boston, MA

The taller of these two towers, at 50 floors, will have condos and hotel rooms. The shorter, at 20 floors, will have apartments. Both will have significant retail space.

61. 225 Dorchester Street

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Developers plan to demolish the former St. Augustine’s Church and build a 32-unit condo building.

62. 192 Pleasant Street

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192 Pleasant Street
Watertown, MA

There's some concern over how the building, full of mostly one- and two-bedrooms, will fit on its site, but it's due to have 14 units total.

63. 49 L Street

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49 L Street
Boston, MA

A nine-unit project, including a three-bedroom townhouse, will replace a commercial property.

64. The Victor

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Causeway Street and Beverly Street
Boston, MA

The Victor will have 44 studios; 170 one-bedrooms; and 72 two-bedrooms as well as 17,000 square feet of retail space and 121 garaged parking spaces. It's due to open this summer.

65. 319 A Street

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319 A Street
Boston, MA

The 18-unit building in Fort Point will be comprised of two- and three-bedrooms.

66. 70 Prospect Street

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70 Prospect Street
Somerville, MA

There will be 14 condos in a modernist building that may mimic the Flatiron Building in Manhattan.

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1. The Ink Block

Herald Street and Harrison Avenue

The old Boston Herald HQ is set to become 475 one- to three-bedroom apartments, plus 80,000 square feet of retail, including a grocery store.

2. 345 Harrison Avenue

345 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA

Directly across the street from the Ink Block, this 2-acre site is slated to become a mix of apartments and retail.

345 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

3. 275 Albany Street

275 Albany Street, Boston, MA

Once slated to be part hotel, the would-be South End buffer is now to be two buildings of up to 380 apartments, with a parking garage in between.

275 Albany Street
Boston, MA

4. 1115 Washington Street

1115 Washington Street, Boston, MA

Now occupied by a service station and a parking lot, it's supposed to become a mix of apartments and retail.

1115 Washington Street
Boston, MA

5. The Kensington

659 Washington Street, Boston, MA

The 27-story, 381-unit Kensington topped off on Dec. 19.

659 Washington Street
Boston, MA

6. 319 A Street Rear

319 A Street, Boston, MA

A wing of executive training program Goldman Sachs got the O.K. to build the tallest building in Southie's Fort Point Channel area: 20 stories over 257,000 square feet, with 202 units.

319 A Street
Boston, MA

7. 1282 Boylston Street

1282 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

The city O.K.'d 210 apartments, along with office and retail.

1282 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

8. 120 Kingston Street

120 Kingston Street, Boston, MA

This 240-unit project on the edge of Chinatown broke ground in late September.

120 Kingston Street
Boston, MA

9. Waterside Place

Congress Street and D Street, Boston, MA

A 236-unit apartment tower, with 10,000 square feet of retail, was approved for Mayor Menino’s beloved Innovation District (it will have 8,000 square feet as well of “innovation space”)

Congress Street and D Street
Boston, MA

10. 45 Stuart Street

45 Stuart Street, Boston, MA

The city approved this $125 million project in November that will create 404 studio, one- and two-bedrooms.

45 Stuart Street
Boston, MA

11. Maxwell's Green

Lowell Street and Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA

The first of the four buildings comprising this ransit-oriented, 184-unit spread less than a mile from Davis Square opened in September, with studios renting for $1,831.

Lowell Street and Highland Avenue
Somerville, MA

12. Jackson Square

225 Centre Street, Boston, MA

This is the first and largest component of the city-backed, 14-building Jackson Square redevelopment, where JP meets Roxbury, that's been at least 10 years in the making. This largest component will have 103 rental units, including 35 affordable ones, as well as more than 16,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

225 Centre Street
Boston, MA

13. Fenway Center

Commonwealth Avenue and Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA

The five-building, solar-powered development looked all set to go until late last year, when yet another dispute (this one between developer John Rosenthal and the state over a lease for the site) derailed things.

Commonwealth Avenue and Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA

14. 6-26 New Street

6-26 New Street, Boston, MA

This Eastie waterfront project will have 163 apartments, a restaurant on the ground floor, a water taxi landing and public access to the harbor (as well as 126 parking spaces). A larger version (rendered) would have put 224 units in the project, but was considered too big.

6-26 New Street
Boston, MA

15. Hodge Boiler Works

99-111 Sumner Street, Boston

This is another scaled-back project, from 119 units to 95. It will also have 52 parking spaces, and Zipcar plans to set up nearby. Yay!

16. 49 Melcher Street

49 Melcher Street, Boston, MA

These 23 loft-style apartments are expected to be available this fall; and are part of what brokers and developers have dubbed "the M Block."

49 Melcher Street
Boston, MA

17. 63 Melcher Street

63 Melcher Street, Boston, MA

Twenty-three of the 38 apartments here are expected to be "innovation units," akin to micro-apartments. Three are two-bedrooms, the rest one-bedroom artist lofts.

63 Melcher Street
Boston, MA

18. 381 Congress Street

381 Congress Street, Boston, MA

Within the Innovation District, this mixed-use project will turn a five-story warehouse into 44 apartments with ground-floor retail.

381 Congress Street
Boston, MA

19. 411 D Street

411 D Street, Boston, MA

Another Innovation District creation, this project will feature 26 so-called innovation unites (read: micro-apartments) as well as 197 normal ones

411 D Street
Boston, MA

20. 267 Medford Street

267 Medford Street, Boston, MA

This Charlestown project has been 17 years in the making due to legal disputes and recessions. It will have 124 loft-style apartments average 800 square feet in size and renting for between $1,800 to $1,900 a month.

267 Medford Street
Boston, MA

21. The Arlington

100 Arlington Street, Boston, MA

This 128-apartment redevelopment of an old charter-school building is brought to you by the same folks who built the luxury condo, The Clarendon.

100 Arlington Street
Boston, MA

22. 2 H Street

2 H Street, Boston, MA

This project faced vociferous local opposition because most of its apartments were small (read: not for families, but hard-partying singletons). That changed in the final plans announced in July: 10 of the 127 apartments will be three-bedrooms.

2 H Street
Boston, MA

23. The Element

65 Brainerd Road, Boston, MA

The 100-unit building is part of Allston's so-called Green District, and will have greenery covering the roof so as to act as a a natural thermometer for the building.

65 Brainerd Road
Boston, MA

24. The Edge

60-66 Brainerd Road, Boston, MA

The 79-unit, four-story building will also be part of the ballyhooed Green District of Allston.

60-66 Brainerd Road
Boston, MA

25. Portside at East Pier

Lewis Street and Marginal Street, Boston, MA

The first component of this 26-acre project on the Eastie waterfront, a 176-apartment building, got under way in late January. All total, the project is supposed to have 566 apartments.

Lewis Street and Marginal Street
Boston, MA

26. 11 West Broadway

11 West Broadway, Boston, MA

Never mind the 50 apartments (all of them one- and two-bedrooms). This new project is most famous (or infamous) for hosting the first Starbucks in Southie (at least, the first not on the waterfront).

11 West Broadway
Boston, MA

27. 40 Trinity Place

40 Trinity Place, Boston, MA

A redevelopment of the Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center, this will be a 33-story building with 220 four-star hotel rooms and 142 condos.

40 Trinity Place
Boston, MA

28. Nashua Street Residences

121 Nashua Street, Boston, MA

The tower by TD Garden is slated to be 38 stories of 503 apartments... that may become condos, depending on the market.

121 Nashua Street
Boston, MA

29. 399 Chestnut Hill Avenue

399 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Boston, MA

This new building will consume the old Circle Cinema and an Applebee's on the Brookline-Boston border. It's due to have 82 apartments and dozens more hotel rooms.

399 Chestnut Hill Avenue
Boston, MA

30. 1085 Boylston Street

1085 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

This new building in the Fenway would not only have 30 apartments (all one-bedrooms) and underground parking, but a green roof accessible to tenants. Moreover! The developer wants to use the revenue from the building to fund its charity work.

1085 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

31. Millennium Tower

426 Washington Street, Boston, MA

The mother of all recent Boston towers is slated to fill the old Filene's site in Downtown Crossing with at least 500 condos and apartments. The adjoining Burnham Building, moreover, is to be redone with its very late 19th-century origins in mind.

426 Washington Street
Boston, MA

32. Fan Pier Plaza

1 Courthouse Way, Boston, MA 02210

The 15-story glass building is expected to get under way this summer, creating 130 condos with fabulous views in a Boston that has seen a lot of condo planning but little construction.

1 Courthouse Way
Boston, MA 02210

33. Millennium Place

Washington and Avery streets, Boston, MA

By the same folks who are bringing you the Millennium Tower, this 256-unit condo tower, slated to open late next year, will have all the bells and whistles: a private club; a fitness center; a 24-hour concierge; even a members-only program of cultural events.

Washington and Avery streets
Boston, MA

34. Avalon Exeter

88 Exeter Street, Boston, MA

This 187-unit, 28-story apartment tower broke ground in September 2011. It runs from studios to family-friendly three-bedrooms.

88 Exeter Street
Boston, MA

35. 361 Centre Street

361 Centre Street, Boston, MA

Holy god, this one's been controversial! The conversion of the old Blessed Sacrament off Hyde Park was supposed to lead to more affordable housing in JP; but has instead led to 32 condos that will run from $269,000 to $725,000—not exactly affordable for the neighborhood.

361 Centre Street
Boston, MA

36. Olmsted Place

161 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA

Still controversial despite its O.K. from the city in November, this project will replace the former Home for Little Wanderers complex with a 196-unit, higher-end apartment building.

161 South Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA

37. Assembly Row

Middlesex Avenue and Foley Street, Boston, MA

Easily one of the Hub's biggest and most ambitious developments (it tried—though failed—to land meatball-maker Ikea), Somerville's Assembly Row is to include 2,050 housing units total, plus commercial space and a hotel. The first couple of apartment buildings are under way, with 448 apartments total. Tenants should be able to begin moving in this summer.

Middlesex Avenue and Foley Street
Boston, MA

38. Watermark Kendall East

250 Kendall Street, Cambridge, MA

This development will by this summer add 144 apartments to the Watermark Kendall Square complex (which includes 321 in a tower completed in 2007).

250 Kendall Street
Cambridge, MA

39. TD Garden Towers

150 Causeway Street, Boston, MA

These two towers, each at least 430 feet high, are slated to go up on the site of the old Boston Garden. One would include hundreds of apartments or condos (the other would be offices); both would have retail, including a Target and a supermarket.

150 Causeway Street
Boston, MA

40. 7 Cameron

7 Cameron Avenue, Cambridge, MA

This four-story, 37-apartment building is going up at the old North Cambridge site of Rounder Records.

7 Cameron Avenue
Cambridge, MA

41. Roslindale Square

4228 Washington Street, Boston, MA

The rehab of the old power substation off Roslindale Square will be paid for by the approximately 40 apartments slated to go up on an adjoining lot.

4228 Washington Street
Boston, MA

42. Barry's Corner

North Harvard Street and Western Avenue, Boston, MA

Part of Harvard's mega-development in Allston, these two buildings would have 325 apartments as well as 45,000 square feet of retail.

North Harvard Street and Western Avenue
Boston, MA

43. Lovejoy Wharf

131 Beverly Street, Boston, MA

This big mixed-use development will include approximately 100 apartments in a 14-story building.

131 Beverly Street
Boston, MA

44. Atmark Cambridge

70 Fawcett Street, Cambridge, MA

The first 260 apartments in this 428-unit complex are expected to be available this summer.

70 Fawcett Street
Cambridge, MA

45. 160 Cambridgepark Drive Residences

160 Cambridgepark Drive, Cambridge, MA

Construction is under way on this 398-unit complex in suddenly building-busy North Cambridge.

160 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

46. 165 Cambridgepark Drive

165 Cambridgepark Drive, Cambridge, MA

This 244-unit complex is to include nine three-bedrooms, 74 two-bedrooms, 117 one-bedrooms and 44 studios.

165 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

47. Residences at Alewife

223 Concord Turnpike, Cambridge, MA

This 227-unit building is slated to replace the site of the old Faces nightclub. Apartments could be available as early as June.

223 Concord Turnpike
Cambridge, MA

48. Columbia Point

25 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125

This gritty stretch of Dorchester is due for a major overhaul, including a two-building complex with 278 studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms renting from $1,200 to just over $2,000. More apartments are slated in other buildings there as well.

25 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125

49. 22-26 West Broadway

22-26 West Broadway, Boston, MA

The six-story, 31-unit building sits right across from the Broadway T stop.

22-26 West Broadway
Boston, MA

50. NorthPoint

Leighton Street and Glassworks Avenue, Cambridge, MA

The first part of what could become a 5 million-square-foot mega-development where Cambridge meets Charlestown is a 20-story apartment tower with 355 luxury units as well as ground-floor retail.

Leighton Street and Glassworks Avenue
Cambridge, MA

51. Old Colony

Old Colony Avenue and Dorchester Street, Boston, MA

The first phase of this affordable-housing redevelopment produced 116 housing units in mid-rise buildings, along with four groups of townhouses, which in turn contain close to 34 one- to five-bedroom units.

Old Colony Avenue and Dorchester Street
Boston, MA

52. 132 Brookline Avenue

132 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA

Another Fenway Triangle addition, this puppy is supposed to be 17 stories, with ground-floor retail and around 150 rentals.

132 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA

53. 1325 Boylston Street

1325 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

This development in Fenway Triangle will have two eight-story towers, one residential and one commercial, both capping four stories of retail. The residential tower is supposed to include around 150 rentals.

1325 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

54. Charlesview Residences

Brentwood Street and Everett Street, Boston, MA

This project takes a 213-unit affordable housing complex nearby and expands it to 240 rentals, including four-bedroom townhouses. There's supposed to be underground parking for 243 cars.

Brentwood Street and Everett Street
Boston, MA

55. Charing Cross

1501 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA

The 55-unit condo will replace a run-down, thankfully vacant, nursing home that the city acquired in foreclosure in 2005. The four-story, 65,000-square-foot building will include 37 market-rate condos, with the rest affordable.

1501 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA

56. 615 East Fourth Street

615 East Fourth Street, Boston, MA

The old (as in Civil War-era old) Gate of Heaven church is slated to become 24 rentals, including 10 bi-level ones on the upper two floors.

615 East Fourth Street
Boston, MA

57. Seaport Square

Seaport Boulevard and Boston Wharf Road, Boston, MA

Lead developer John Hynes has not given up on this mega-development, which is supposed to include 750 apartments in two 22-story buildings. There have been fights and falling-outs among the partners but Hynes, who has sold some of the square's 23 develop-able acres, reiterated in December that the twin-tower scheme could still happen.

Seaport Boulevard and Boston Wharf Road
Boston, MA

58. The Chevron on Tremont

518 Tremont Street, Boston, MA

This conversion replaced one of the South End's last freestanding retail buildings, that of the Olde Dutch Cottage Candy & Antiques store. It will be replaced by floor-through condos costing at least $3 million apiece and having at least three bedrooms each.

518 Tremont Street
Boston, MA

59. Parcel 39A

45 First Avenue, Boston, MA

The apartments in this 54-unit building in the Charlestown Navy Yard are slated to be a mix of one-bedrooms and studios.

45 First Avenue
Boston, MA

60. Christian Science Plaza Towers

Belvidere Street and Dalton Street, Boston, MA

The taller of these two towers, at 50 floors, will have condos and hotel rooms. The shorter, at 20 floors, will have apartments. Both will have significant retail space.

Belvidere Street and Dalton Street
Boston, MA

61. 225 Dorchester Street

225 Dorchester Street, Boston

Developers plan to demolish the former St. Augustine’s Church and build a 32-unit condo building.

62. 192 Pleasant Street

192 Pleasant Street, Watertown, MA

There's some concern over how the building, full of mostly one- and two-bedrooms, will fit on its site, but it's due to have 14 units total.

192 Pleasant Street
Watertown, MA

63. 49 L Street

49 L Street, Boston, MA

A nine-unit project, including a three-bedroom townhouse, will replace a commercial property.

49 L Street
Boston, MA

64. The Victor

Causeway Street and Beverly Street, Boston, MA

The Victor will have 44 studios; 170 one-bedrooms; and 72 two-bedrooms as well as 17,000 square feet of retail space and 121 garaged parking spaces. It's due to open this summer.

Causeway Street and Beverly Street
Boston, MA

65. 319 A Street

319 A Street, Boston, MA

The 18-unit building in Fort Point will be comprised of two- and three-bedrooms.

319 A Street
Boston, MA

66. 70 Prospect Street

70 Prospect Street, Somerville, MA

There will be 14 condos in a modernist building that may mimic the Flatiron Building in Manhattan.

70 Prospect Street
Somerville, MA