They roamed construction sites at Boston’s newest office towers, trekked down Newbury Street filling out retail tenant maps and retrieved data on submarkets used in client briefings.
As the Boston Planning and Development Agency moves to the next step in its review of the controversial project on the Winthrop Square garage site at 115 Federal St., it’s indicating skepticism about whether the 12,000-square-foot public hall running between Federal and Devonshire streets would provide sufficient public amenities.
In his recently released special report, Boston Realtor and real estate writer David Bates analyzes the first 425 sales in Boston’s 442-unit, Millennium Tower from every angle, resulting in
The fate of Millennium Partners’ billion-dollar development in Boston’s Winthrop Square garage site heads to the city council this week as regulators seek a one-time exception to laws limiting shadows cast by new buildings on Boston Common and the Public Garden.
Amid the debate over the shadow the proposed Winthrop Square tower would cast over Boston Common, another feature of the planned 750-foot tall building has been, well, overshadowed.
Millennium Partners has been designated as developer of the Winthrop Square garage site at 115 Federal St. in Boston.