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Winthrop Square Tower Height Needs to Accommodate Flight Paths

Boston's Winthrop Square Tower development plan has been in the news a lot the past year. The tower's plan calls for condoson the top 36 floors, with offices, retail, and public space on the lower ones. There's been a lot of debate over its proposed height of 775 feet.It now looks like the developer will reduce the height to avoid sending Logan International Airport flights onto different paths, according to a Boston Herald article. Millennium Partners received notice from the Federal Aviation Administration of a presumed hazard with the 775 foot tall plan.Millennium Partner principal Joe Larkin responded accomodatingly:

Weve consulted at great length with Mayor (Martin J.) Walsh and the Boston Planning & Development Agency, and we will not be proposing a building that has any impact on flight paths in or out of Logan International Airport.

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    Boston Redevelopment: Condo Conversion Approved

    A rendering of 33-61 Temple Street proposal from the BRA website#BostonRedevelopment #BostonCondosA 71 unit condominium building with a mix of1, 2, 3, and 4bedroom condos will be the next life for a former Beacon Hill Suffolk University building. The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) approved aproposal yesterday for the119,000 square foot conversion project.Bicycle storage will be available, as will underground parking and a professional valet.Afitness room, lounge, andfamily recreation space are some of the amenities being considered to occupyits 5,700 square feet of amenities space.The project at 33-61 Temple Street is expected to cost $162,000,000 and supply 89 construction jobs.See the BRA's project announcement.Doyou have questions about buying or selling Boston real estate?In my 24+ years in the Boston real estate market, Ive made it my priority to develop anextensive knowledge of the city, neighborhoods, buildings, people, and the many issues involved in the local real estate market.Would you like to know what your property is worth?Please call me at617-584-9790, or email me by clicking the blue button below. Boston real estate 

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      New Boston Condo Developments for the City Dweller at Heart

       Jordan loftsFour new condo buildings recently featured by Boston Magazine are great examples of homes for devoted city dwellers. With an interesting mix of amenities, they all offer 2 and 3 bedroom units, high-end interiors, and bustlingcity backdrops.These four developments are Jordan Lofts on Harrison Avenue in the South End; 10 Farnsworth at Fort Point; The Boulevard along the Rose Kennedy Greenway; and Port 45 at the crossroads of Fort Point, Southie's Broadway Station, and the South End. All have decidedly modern interiors, while the exteriors on them varyfrom ultra mod to renovated classic brick with good old-fashioned industrial elements.Twoof the buildings will be ready for occupancy this year, and the othertwo in 2018. Read Boston Magazine's Four Hot New Condo Developments for the Die-Hard Urbanite.Are you in the market tobuya condo or home inBoston? Heres myoverview 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. Boston real estate 

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