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They did. It’s now a detour to cross. Scaffolding is down at echelon, sidewalk is almost done and trees are waiting to be planted so there may be a coordination effort there.
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They did. It’s now a detour to cross. Scaffolding is down at echelon, sidewalk is almost done and trees are waiting to be planted, so there may be a coordination effort there.View attachment 554
Nice update! I think this tower is the one I am most impatient for... This really is one of the final touches to the area and will add so much more depth to this part of the Seaport, not to mention walkability and liveliness.... and beauty. Im wicked excited to see the rise of the core. I think we are going to start seeing Seaport get MUCH livelier than it currently is!
 

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The standard of comparison is Pier 4 Residences and the associated Harbor Walk, etc. -- if the St. Regis Residences can approach Pier 4 in terms of finishes and public walkways it will be exceptional

Still to come is what Penbroke / Fidelity does with the old 100 year old Commonwealth Pier
 

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Beeline -- another amazing chronicle of a project -- this will be interesting because of its close proximity to the WTC Project which I believe is scheduled to start work in a few months -- also basing a lot of the work off of a barge -- at least initially

Once the WTC transformation team finishes demolition of the part of the Commonwealth Pier shed which will become an open area -- I'm guessing that the rest of the construction will be staged from that 1/2 acre or so
 

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