#BostonCondos #BostonRedevelopmentThe name Bulfinch Crossing may sound likethat of a Boston neighborhood or at least an important intersection, but it's not exactly either. It's actuallyadevelopment project in the process of replacing the Boston's Government Center garage with sidewalk life and mixed-uses along two city blocks. Some of those uses includes condominiums, retail, offices, and hotel.Bulfinch Crossing sits in what is known as theBulfinch Triangle neighborhood, which is bounded by North Washington, Market, Merrimac, and Causeway Streets. In very recent years, luxury residences have been developing in and around Bulfinch Triangle. The retail space planned alone (82,500 square feet) is impressive, but all said there will also be more than 800 apartments and condos combined, and 200 hotel rooms. The project started last fall and is not expected to reach completion until fall of 2019.Bldup.com, which does a great job detailing the specifics of real estate construction all around Boston and its surrounding neighborhoods, has a an informative section on this development.Read Bldup.com's Bulfinch Crossing Under Construction.Are you thinking about where to livein Boston?If you have questions about buying or selling homes in the Boston real estate market, please call me at617-584-9790, orsend me an email via the linkbelow.
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