The Viridian Boston

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The Viridian Boston

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Boston, MA
The Viridian
Architect: Bruner/Cott & Associates
Owner: The Abbey Group
 350,000 sq. ft.
LEED Gold registered


A ‘new Boston’ rises

1226.014dZinc and glass bays along with a ceramic tile rainscreen of varying textures, colours, and glazed accents give this building a unique quality. Designed by Bruner/Cott & Associates and located at 1282 Boylston Street in Boston’s historic Fenway Park district, a dense and highly sought-after urban village…

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The 7 largest Boston rental developments completed in 2015


As cranes line the Boston skyline and new residential buildings continue to pop up, Boston gets closer to to reaching Mayor Walsh’s goal of adding 53,000 new housing units to the city by 2030. This year, Boston saw an influx of new rental buildings, many of which are luxury and give residents a variety of amenities.
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Bruner/Cott & Associates completes the $200 million Viridian


Small in size, big on design, the building’s apartment layouts shift the emphasis from large personal space to community and amenity venues. Over half of the 342 units are 700 s/f or less, with “Micro” studio units and one-bedroom “Metro” units as well as traditional one, two, and three-bedroom units. Thirty-eight of the units…

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The Viridian Completed


Bruner/Cott & Associates announced the completion of The Viridian, a $200 million, 350,000sf, mixed-used high-rise at 1282 Boylston Street. The development is part of the transformation of a one-story retail strip to a smart-growth, transit-oriented neighborhood. Small in size, big on design, the building’s apartment layouts shift the emphasis from large personal space to community and amenity venues.

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Apartment building has rooms with a view — of Fenway Park


The new view into Fenway Park is from the sky deck of the 20th floor of The Viridian rental apartments, just a block away at 1282 Boylston St…

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Viridian Towers Over Fenway


The new Viridian luxury apartment complex has some views unique to its location a half block from Fenway Park. Built on the site of a former McDonald’s, many of the Boylston Street-facing units of the 20-story building look down into the ballpark. And those on the east side of the Viridian have panoramic views out over the Fens to the towers of Back Bay.

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Viridian tower, overlooking Fenway, opens to immediate interest


Some luxury towers tout their city views; others boast of their spectacular waterfront vistas .For the newly-minted $200 million Viridian? Spectacular views of Fenway Park. The Abbey Group’s 20-story posh rental tower just celebrated its grand opening. Apartments on the tower’s east side get a nice view of the ballpark, and the action inside, while residents on the west have city skyline views to enjoy.

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See what $3,950 a month can get you in the Fenway


The $200 million, 342-unit Viridian apartment complex at 1282 Boylston St. in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood officially opens today. The units are 30 percent leased so far, with studios starting at $2,350 per month and one-bedroom units starting at $2,900 per month. The property’s two-bedroom units start at $3,950 per month.

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BBJ Live: Sneak Peek of the Viridian Apartments (Video)


Get an inside look at the Viridian apartments, a 342-unit, $200 million complex at 1282 Boylston St. adjacent to Fenway Park…

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Big Grand Opening Set for Fenway’s 18-Story Viridian


One of the biggest Boston apartment-tower openings of 2015 is officially set for Wednesday afternoon, when Mayor Marty Walsh is scheduled to join executives from developer the Abbey Group to slice the ribbon for the 18-story, 342-unit Viridian in busy, busy Fenway. The tower is positively a giant when it comes to Boston development and includes amenities…

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The Five Boston Neighborhoods Everyone Should Be Watching


Everyone knows that Boston is in the midst of both a hotel-building boom and an apartment-building boom (and there are some condos going up, too, though not nearly enough). All this new development, coupled with streetscape changes and new transit options, means change, change, change for the city. Here are five neighborhoods in particular that are seeing more than their fair helping of it.

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A sneak peek at The Viridian


New apartment development prepares to open in Fenway…

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More than just a pretty façade: Innovative terracotta rainscreen comes to life on Fenway Apartment building


Boston’s famed Fenway neighborhood might be best known for the city’s hometown nine, but the baseball-centric community is undergoing a building boom that includes six projects under construction and another six already approved by  the Boston Redevelopment Authority. Amid the boom, one project sets itself apart from the Fenway field…

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The Abbey Group Hosts Viridian Topping-Off  – Bruner Cott and Suffolk Team Up

1226.004d Boston-based developers The Abbey Group recently held a ceremonial topping off for its Viridian project at 1282 Boylston Street, which will feature 342 residences (including 38 affordable housing units), 295 underground parking spaces and 10,000sf of ground-level retail space.  The ceremony marks a milestone in the continuing transformation of the Fenway neighborhood into a vibrant “urban village.”

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The Abbey Group breaks ground on $200 million The Viridian at 1282 Boylston Street project

The Abbey Group breaks ground on $200 million The Viridian at 1282 Boylston Street project

Developers The Abbey Group, along with mayor Thomas Menino, recently held a ceremonial groundbreaking for The Viridian at 1282 Boylston St., which will include 342 residences (including 38 affordable housing units), 295 underground parking spaces and 10,000 s/f of ground-level retail space. The $200 million project is set to be completed in the spring of 2015.
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