As any great, flourishing city, Boston is constantly expanding and improving. However, lately our humble, waterfront city has been experiencing growth at an unprecedented rate. Here are the three biggest, most magnificent and transformative construction projects currently underway.
The Four SeasonsLocated at One Dalton Street, this brand new 61-story Four Seasons tower is to include a world-class restaurant on the 50th floor, Bostons longest indoor pool, three 8,000 square-foot penthouses and 180 luxury condosmany of which have already been sold off well before the buildings completion. The 360 degree views, high ceilings, and marbled bathrooms in these one-of-a-kind penthouses may just land Boston a coveted $20 million condo sale.
The Hub at CausewayDevelopers broke ground in January on this massive, 1.5 million square-foot renovation to the area nearby TD Garden. Plans for the renovation alot 10,000 square-feet for a new outdoor space in front of The Gardens entrance, as well as 64,000 square-feet of indoor space for the arena, 60,00 square-feet for a Star Market, another 60,000 square-feet for the Northeasts first Arclight Cinema movie theater, and a whopping 175,000 square-feet of new office space. The second phase to start later will include a 440-unit, 38-story apartment tower and a 10-story hotel with 260 rooms.
The Millennium TowerUndisputably one of the most desirable luxury towers in Boston, the widely talked about skyscraper, Millennium Tower, clocks in at 685 feet as the tallest residential building in downtown Boston. The shimmering glass sculpture in the sky offers a private dining service run by James Beard Award winning chef Michael Mina, a grand, $37 million penthouse, and countless other five-star services such as a valet, doorman, and concierge. The project in total includes 442 ultra-luxury condominiums.