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Greenway Place

199 State Street | Boston, MA

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 Bruner/Cott 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.

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COMPLETED

2006

SIZE

26,000 sf

COST (2006)

$5.93 million

COST (CURRENT $)

$7.74 million