Boston’s Troy Tops Out

Posted on Thursday, July 31, 2014
Boston, United States

Mayor Marty Walsh and other dignitaries gathered on July 29 for the topping-off ceremony that put the last beam in place at the $185 million Troy Boston, set to open in 2015. Pre-leasing kicks off in August 2014.

The project features a striking, 19-story high-rise connected to an 11-story mid-rise building at 55 Traveler St., near the $500 million Ink Block now fast taking shape on the old Boston Herald site.

Rents have yet to be officially announced, but the 378 units are expected to fetch luxury rates. Thirty-eight subsidized units are included in the tally.

Troy Boston will also include 6,000 square feet (557 square meters) of space for restaurants and other retail on the ground floor, while also featuring an array of other amenities.

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