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Project   Historic redevelopment of Atlantic Wharf | Boston, USA
Overview   Atlantic Wharf is the first platinum LEED certified high rise in Boston. The building contains 1.2 million square feet of space including 86 residential units, ground-level retail and public spaces, six stories of below-grade parking, and 30 floors of office space that bring urban activity directly to the Fort Point Channel water's edge. The design preserves the texture and streetscape of the site, and integrates it with a modern high-rise glass tower that has become a landmark on the Boston skyline. The seven-story limestone Peabody & Stearns Atlantic Building on the northwest corner of the site is completely renovated for residential use and ground-floor retail. The new low-rise structure behind the preserved historic wharf building façades is a mix of office, retail and public uses. The entire ground floor is comprised of high-quality restaurant/retail space which enlivens the block, provides amenity space for residents, employees and visitors, and engages the urban street edge.
Client   Boston Property
Cost   $300 million (Estimated value)
Type   Mixed-Use
Services   Work performed as Senior Project Architect while with CBT Architects, Boston, USA