In Spring 2016, Cottonwood Management Group's proposal for a mixed-use residential project atSeaport Boulevardand Pier Four Boulevard wasapproved by the Boston Planning and Development Agency. Thedevelopment, now in pre-construction stages, is the first major Seaport District project for Cottonwood. Architects for the residential component are CBT Architects, recipient of four awards this year from theInternational Interior Design Associations New England Chapter. Among those awards, CBT Architects wasthe recipient of the first annual IIDA New England Legacy Award, which recognizes firms with a long history of interior design excellence.Cottonwood has begun pre-construction on the two residential buildings, according to Curbed Boston, at the3.5 acre Seaport Square site. At least 455 of the residential units are slated to be condominiums.Read Curbed Boston's Seaport Square M1M2 Residential Component Moving Forward.Are you planning a relocation to Boston?If you are in the market tobuya condo or home inBoston, take a look atmyoverview of Boston real estate byneighborhood.In my 25 years in the Boston real estate market, I have helped hundreds of people buy and sell Boston condos and homes. If you need assistance, or if you have questions about buying or selling Boston real estate, please dont hesitate to call me at617-584-9790.You can alsoemail me by clicking the button below.
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