Bulfinch Crossing is a large multi-use development on the site of the former Government Center that is expected to be completed by 2020. Bulfinch Crossing will feature over 2.9 million square feet of space with approximately 750 luxury apartments, 55 condominiums, 200 key hotel, 1 million square feet of office space and 82,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. There will also be 1,100 parking spaces.
The condos at Bulfinch Crossing will be located at 1 Congress Street in a 45 story tower that rises 450 feet above the West & North Ends. Condos at Bulfinch Crossing will have incomparable views of Downtown Boston, Boston Harbor, Beacon Hill and Charles River. The condos at 1 Congress Street are part of Phase 1 of the Bulfinch Crossing development and should be completed by 2020.
Bulfinch Crossing will enjoy one the most dynamic locations in Boston. Steps to the historic North End with over 100 restaurants as well as the Financial District. Shops and dining on nearby Beacon Hill will be a short walk away. Boston’s Waterfront will be easily accessible to residents at Bulfinch Crossing as well. Major transportation such as the T, commuter rail at North Station and access to Route 93 and the Mass Pike make Bulfinch Crossing an ideal Boston location.
Beacon Hill, the last of Boston’s three original hills, was named for the sentry light raised on its peak. Today, Beacon Hill is one of Boston’s premiere historic neighborhoods and home to the Commonwealth’s government. The State House, with its hallmark gold leaf dome, was built near the original colonial beacon and today shines over Boston Common.
Largely residential, the neighborhood is home to historic 19th century townhouses, many of which were designed by the famous Charles Bulfinch, architect of the State House and other Boston landmarks. The area’s small but prosperous commercial district extends down Charles Street, and is home to antique shops, gourmet food stores and restaurants.
The West End, considerably impacted by Urban Renewal of the 1970s, is a small but significant community tucked behind Beacon Hill. Historically an ethnically diverse and vibrant neighborhood, the West End today is economically anchored by Massachusetts General Hospital.
Beacon Hill, the last of Boston's three original hills, was named for the sentry light raised on its peak. Today, Beacon Hill is one of Boston's premiere historic neighborhoods and home to the Commonwealth's government...