Many recently announced plans promise to secure Boston’s claim as one of America’s most vibrant cities. (They also make now a smart time to invest in downtown real estate!) Here is just a sampling of what’s to come…
Hub on the Causeway
Rising above the TD Garden, on the site of the old Boston Garden, the Hub on Causeway will introduce a range of new features for work and play, as well as an expansion of TD Garden. The new “city within a city” will be located just two blocks down Portland Street, further connecting the Bulfinch Triangle with the North and West ends.
The Hub will rock
One of the many exciting features of the Hub will be “Big Night Live,” a 1,500-seat entertainment venue for year-round concerts of all music genres that has potential to transform the Boston music scene.
This towering new mixed-use structure will offer even more nearby office and retail space, and its location affirms what we already know: Bulfinch Triangle is a great spot. And while its residential spaces may lack the boutique charm of Forecaster 121, their availability may increase the cost of downtown real estate (which makes now a good time to get into the market!).