1000 Boylston is poised to fulfill a longstanding community vision by transforming an undeveloped Back Bay expanse into a fully-integrated and dynamic residential and retail experience.
1000 Boylston will dramatically improve a key block in the Back Bay by stimulating economic activity, establishing a vibrant pedestrian experience, and repairing the discontinuity left behind by the construction of the Turnpike Extension in the 1960s.
The comprehensive, fully-integrated development will enliven the immediate vicinity by reshaping an underutilized streetscape into a desirable environment attracting residents, businesses, and visitors while supporting economic activity.
The proposed project is comprised of approx. 23,000 square feet of new decking over the Turnpike, a base with 2 floors of retail and parking, and a single residential building with up to 108 condominiums.
The architecture and design, with each residential floor twisting up to the sky, result in every unit having literally its own unique size and layout.
1000 Boylston will redefine the urban fabric from a disjointed and pedestrian-unfriendly throughway into a dynamic, upbeat, and engaging neighborhood space that teems with life.
Weiner Ventures' role
In Boston’s vibrant Back Bay neighborhood, on Boylston Street between the Hynes Convention Center and Massachusetts Avenue.