Exploring the Neighborhood

Downtown

Boston, Massachusetts

Home to Downtown Crossing, Faneuil Hall and the Financial District, Downtown Boston is what comes to mind when thinking about a central business district. The dense package of skyscrapers make for picturesque views of Boston from neighboring sections of the city as well as the Boston Harbor. Though the area remains predominantly a 9 to 5 zone, residential development has been introduced to the area in a more meaningful way since 2010.

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Featured Developments

Address Status Building
Size (SF)
Residential
Units
Retail
Size (SF)
Developer
115 Winthrop Square (Winthrop Center) Board Approved 1,592,000 460 31,000 Millennium Partners
201 Stuart St (Motor Mart Garage) Under Review 685,000 306 46,000 CIM Group LLC, Boston Global Investors, LLC
47-55 LaGrange St Board Approved 157,000 176 - QMG LaGrange, LLC
55 India Street Board Approved 67,000 44 4,000 Otis and Ahearn
20 Clinton St (Dock Square Garage) Board Approved 535,000 195 8,000 FPG DS, LLC
50 New Sudbury Street (Bulfinch Crossing) Permitted / Under Construction 2,400,000 771 82,500 HYM Investment Group LLC

Merging

Commercial & Residential

Expertise

CNVRG Ventures

A joint venture that owners and developers can rely upon to formulate and execute retail and multifamily residential strategies.

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Boston, MA 02115

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