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Boston’s New Residential Tower Garners Press Attention

Sasaki collaborated with Howeler + Yoon Architecture to design 212 Stuart Street, a new 19-story residential tower that weaves together Boston’s high-rise Financial District and lower-scale residential Bay Village. 

The project has been featured in Boston Magazine, Archinect, High Profile, New England Real Estate Journal, Banker & Tradesman, The Architect’s Newspaper, and ReBusiness Online.

“Once a parking lot, the space now offers new housing in a spot that straddles the line between the bustle of Back Bay and the more residential feel of Bay Village,” says Boston Magazine. 

High Profile also emphasizes the project’s connective feel. “The development acts as a new neighborhood anchor, with its plaza connecting to a series of small plazas and streetscapes that connect Statler Park, Lincoln Square, and the Boston Common.”

“Inspired by classical architecture with a contemporary interpretation, 212 Stuart St.’s fluted facade is moderated by street-level townhomes that integrate into the existing streetscape,” says New England Real Estate Journal. Gary Kerr, managing director, development at Greystar, told the Journal, “212 Stuart St. is a groundbreaking addition to Boston’s skyline, ready to meet the evolving needs of current and future residents with best-in-class amenities.”

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