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Neoscape Projects in the News: June

Government Center Garage redevelopment project rebranded as Bulfinch Crossing

This month we were proud to announce a new brand and name for the Government Center Garage: Bulfinch Crossing. The development will be a 2.9 million-square-foot mixed-use development in Boston’s Bulfinch Triangle, shared REBusiness Online. As reported in Banker & Tradesman, we are creating virtual reality tours of the property and have used drones to shoot films showing off the harbor and skyline views from the planned skyscrapers on the site. Together with The HYM Investment Group and National Real Estate Advisors LLC, we worked to find a new name with the area that holds significance in Boston, and the Boston Business Journal shared how the rebranding aims to reflect the abutting Bulfinch Triangle Historic District, a district planned by Boston-born Charles Bulfinch, who is widely considered to be the first American architect. Curbed shared that when completed, the complex will include six buildings: One Congress, a 1,000,000-square-foot office tower; one high-rise residential building; one mid-rise residential building; and three additional mid-rise buildings. See our rendering of the project:




Virtual reality sells at One Legacy West

Gaedeke Group in Dallas, Texas is using virtual reality to visualize what the One Legacy West development will look like before it’s built. With the help of Neoscape’s virtual reality experience (VRX), Belinda Dabliz, who is overseeing the leasing efforts of One Legacy West for Gaedeke Group, told the Dallas Business Journal that “the results have changed the leasing game.” She talked about the added value of VR in leasing, saying that “all the same leasing tools still apply, but [VR] is now one more tool we can use and people can move around and really see it.” In addition to providing the VR technology, we also created renderings for One Legacy West:


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Who’s moving into Boston Landing

Boston Landing was named one of the nine transformative projects currently underway in Boston by Curbed this month, and the 15-acre project in Brighton will soon include a hotel, a practice center for the Bruins and the Celtics, housing and a new commuter rail station. Also in June, New Balance opened its interactive flagship store at Boston Landing. According to the Boston Business Journal, it was important to New Balance that the company was the development’s first retailer, and hopes its move will attract others. BostInno revealed that the store will provide an experience called Made.Boston, where visitors can watch as limited edition 574’s are made onsite. The Boston Herald added that the development has even added a new landmark: a 68-foot Warrior hockey stick outside the Bruins’ new practice rink. See our rendering of the development here:




CetraRuddy designs the Meatpacking District’s tallest tower

According to The Architect’s Newspaper, the Meatpacking District will soon to be the home of a new 18-story office building designed by New York–based architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy. Due to a changing marketplace in the neighborhood, CetraRuddy’s client requested that firm transforms their original hotel design into an office building with more than 144,000 rentable square feet of space. As reported in Bisnow, the property is really two: 412 West 15th St, where an 18-story tower broke ground a few months ago, and 413 West 14th St, which will adjoin the site first tower from the back. Our rendering of the building below:



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