Parcel 12

Neighborhood
Back Bay
Land Sq. Feet
79,050 sq ft
Gross Floor Area
545,000 sq ft
Project Manager
Project Description
The Proposed Parcel 12 Project offers an important opportunity to repair a barren section of Boylston Street and Massachusetts Avenue disrupted by the Turnpike, and to knit together distinct Boston neighborhoods: the Back Bay and the Fenway, and the South End and the City of Cambridge by creating a mix of dynamic mixed use development with ground-floor uses that will activate the street, repair the discontinuity in the urban street wall left behind by the Turnpike Extension, and improve the experience for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists, as well as those using the wide array of nearby public transit options. Designed holistically to address nearby public infrastructure needs, the project has the capacity to improve a long overlooked swath of Boston's urban fabric. The Project proposes a mix of uses that will complete the ends of Boylston and Newbury Street by providing a vibrant hub on the Parcel 12 Air Rights parcel that will consist of approximately 325,000 square feet of office uses, 70,000 square feet of retail and restaurant uses, and 150,000 square feet of residential or hotel uses, as well as a below-grade parking garage with approximately 150 parking spaces.

Project Phase

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  • Letter of Intent
  • Under Review
  • Board Approved
  • Under Construction
  • Construction Complete
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