Back Bay / South End Gateway proposal updated

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Back Bay/South End Gateway proposal will include 1,260,000 sq ft

Last month the development team for the Back Bay/South End Gateway project shared their revised plans to transform the MBTA Back Bay station, the neighboring 100 Clarendon St. parking garage, as well as the entire block bound by Dartmouth, Stuart, Clarendon streets and Columbus Avenue, which also includes four air-rights parcels.

Their plans call for a sprawling mixed-use complex that includes three new high-rises that would accommodate residential, retail and office space, including an office tower with ground level retail. In addition, a new 11,000 square-foot public plaza has been proposed for the Clarendon Street side of the station.

Images below were provided from the February 1, 2017 documents shared with the Boston Planning and Development Agency. All images are from the Back Bay / South End Gateway Project Draft Environmental Impact Report. Click on the images below to enlarge.

Source: The Back Bay / South End Gateway Project Draft Environmental Impact Report Source: The Back Bay / South End Gateway Project Source: The Back Bay / South End Gateway Project

More modifications will likely be made before it gets board approval. Public comments on the project will be accepted until April 16 and can be directed to Michael Rooney, project manager for the Planning & Development Agency, at Michael.Rooney@boston.gov. For more information on the project link here.

3 responses to “Back Bay / South End Gateway proposal updated

  1. Deja vue…….again. This time. with a completely different Boston real estate market – any provisions to be made for those of us who paved the way for this new South End decades ago ?

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  2. Interesting plans for Boston here!

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  3. This has wonderful promise both in functionality and architecture.

    Very similar to some thing proposed on the late 1980s.

    It has only taken 30 years – LOL

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