Hah, I was just trying to figure out what building it reminded me of.It's like the lovechild of 45 Stuart and 22 Liberty. But bent.
I wouldn't be terribly concerned. It barely clears the enormous wall behind it (not sure what the official name of that building is).Hah, I was just trying to figure out what building it reminded me of.
A lot of the buildings going up with full balconies have been condos, not rentals. Probably too early for anything specific since this is just an LOI filing.
It looks nice - I want to stay optimistic as long as possible about the height, shadows on the Common be damned...
Oh! I hadn't noticed they had digitally removed it as well as a portion of the Bijou! It's 151 Tremont or Tremont on the Common as I guess they call themselves - I have a friend who lives on this side of the building and I totally forgot about it. You're right - 151 Tremont is 28 floors if I'm remembering correctly.I wouldn't be terribly concerned. It barely clears the enormous wall behind it (not sure what the official name of that building is).
http://www.bostonglobe.com/business...te-downtown/7jcJCuHuUxTttXnlodt44N/story.htmlIn a letter to the Boston Redevelopment Authority Monday, Rafi Properties LLC described its vision for “Canvas,” a 305-foot-tall building on Washington Street that would contain 94 residences, as well as offices, restaurants, and several co-working and business incubator spaces.