Homerun for Fenway Center: First Phase of Boston Project Could Break Ground This Year

East, Newsletter
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
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First phase rendering of Fenway Center in Boston. (Courtesy Meredith Management Corporation)

First phase rendering of Fenway Center in Boston. (Courtesy Meredith Management Corporation)

It was several years in the making, but plans for the massive $500 million Fenway Center project in Boston are finally coming to fruition. According to the Boston Globe the development would bring housing, office space, retail, parking, and a new commuter rail station to the neighborhood. Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s administration sketched out a preliminary 99-year lease with John Rosenthal, President of Meredith Management Corp., which enables the developer to move forward with his plans for a sprawling 4.5-acre complex near the ballpark. Once the state board green lights the project, Rosenthal could break ground by the end of this year.

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