Published in The Boston Globe: New high-rise in Chinatown will include affordable housing

February 19, 2020

The Stantec-designed Tremont Street tower will include 168 income-restricted apartments, a 200-room hotel, and parking for Tufts Medical Center

 

Boston city officials have approved construction of a Stantec-designed high-rise building in Chinatown, where many working-class residents are being pushed out by Boston’s real estate boom. The 350-foot tower on Tremont Street will include 168-income restricted apartments, a 200-room hotel, and parking for Tufts Medical Center.

The project is a partnership with DREAM Collaborative, architect for the residential portion of the tower.

Republished courtesy of The Boston Globe

 

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