$100m building would rise in neighborhood targeted for revitalization by the Sox
By Chris Reidy, Globe Staff | April 6, 2005
A rendering of Samuels & Associates’ proposed development shows how it would look from Boylston Street in the Fenway. The complex would be 14 stories at its highest point.
1330 Boylston St.Proposing a $100 million mixed-use development that would range from eight to 14 floors.
Boston developer Samuels & Associates detailed plans yesterday to build a $100 million mixed-use building near Fenway Park that would include 210 condos and rental apartments, only a few weeks after the Boston Red Sox outlined their vision to revitalize the neighborhood near the ballpark.
The building at 1304-1330 Boylston St. would be 14 stories at its highest point. It would be constructed at the corner of Jersey Street; the 1.1-acre site is currently occupied by a parking lot, a Domino’s Pizza, and the Baseball Tavern, said Steve Samuels, the firm’s president.
”We believe upper Boylston Street has great potential, and we are confident this project will serve as one more major element in its revitalization,” said Samuels, who submitted his proposal to the Boston Redevelopment Authority last week.
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