New Clarendon Street project approved by Redevelopment Authority
The BRA gave final approval to The Clarendon project, a 350-condo development between the Back Bay and South End. This is NOT the “Columbus Center” project, the very controversial project that developers want to build over the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Boston Business Journal
The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) gave the final approval Thursday to a 350-unit development in the Back Bay called “The Clarendon,” to be located on the corner of Clarendon and Stuart Streets across from the John Hancock Building.
The project, which is being developed in a joint venture between The Related Companies and The Beal Companies, includes the building at 131 Clarendon St. and the adjacent surface parking lot neighboring the Hard Rock Cafe. The nine-story building located at 131 Clarendon St., currently occupied by the Hard Rock Café.