Boston Celtics to build practice facility at Boston Landing
The Boston Celtics announced that after 30 years of practicing in Waltham, they will move to a new facility at Boston Landing in Brighton. According to The Boston Globe, the team is teaming up with New Balance Development Group LLC on a venue adjacent to the Massachusetts Turnpike. Along with our rendering, Boston.com shared that the 70,000-square-foot complex will include two practice courts, locker rooms, work space for coaches and team staff, and expanded facilities for strength and conditioning, nutrition, and physical therapy. Construction will begin this fall, and is scheduled for completion in 2018.
325 residential units planned for Fenway
According to Boston.com, the Fenway neighborhood may be getting a residential tower at 2 Charlesgate West. This month, Trans National Properties proposed a mixed-use tower that would house 325 combined condo and apartment units, 10,000 square feet of retail and up to 6,000 square feet of office space. Bisnow shared that the proposed building would take the place of the existing building, which currently is the Trans National HQ. If the plans are accepted, The Boston Globe reported construction would begin next spring, with the building expected to open in 2020. See our rendering:
Plans to convert 33 East 74th Street units into single-family home
33 East 74th Street was in the news this month after Russian billionaire Alexey Kuzmichev bought two units at the Manhattan condominium with plans to combine them into a single-family home. According to The Wall Street Journal, the purchase of the two units includes the first floors of the Atterbury Mansion and a smaller apartment. Combined, the units comprise more than 13,000 square feet. The article features our rendering of a possible living space following the conversion.