The building faces the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a landscaped parkland joining downtown Boston to the harbor. The 13 luxury condominiums feature 20-foot balconies and generous spans of glass, taking full advantage of the spectacular park view. Working closely with the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the Boston Landmarks Commission, Bruner/Cott`s design articulates three different periods in the history of this landmark Boston warehouse: the original Granite Style speculative warehouse structure by Gridley Bryant, the brick demising wall with small punched windows exposed by demolition for the Central Artery, and the new design. The design reorganizes this “found façade”; balconies and a timber trellis reinterpret the end elevation, truncated in the 1950s by construction of the Artery.

Constructed, 2006