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Building Spotlight: Christian Science Plaza Tower

July 2nd, 2014


Earlier, we blogged about the Millennium Tower, a skyscraper that would become the tallest residential building upon its completion.  It seems now that there will be a new building which will hold that title- the Christian Science Plaza Tower.

Developed by Carpenter & Co., and designed by Henry Cobb, the $700 million Christian Science Plaza Tower, when completed, will stand at 699 feet, approximately 74 feet taller than the Millennium Tower. This will make the Christian Science Plaza Tower the third tallest building in Boston, behind only the Prudential and John Hancock buildings.

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This rendered image shows the Christian Science Plaza Tower in the center.

The tower will hold 950,000 square feet of 211 hotel rooms and 180 condominiums.  According to the Boston Globe, managing these hotel rooms and residences will be the Four Seasons Hotel, making Boston only one of six other cities in the world to have two Four Seasons Hotels.  Collin Bray, VP of Sales at Century 21 Cityside says “We are excited about the arrival of yet another highrise luxury condo building, and look forward to its completion”.

The Christian Science Plaza Tower will be located near the Fenway and Back Bay areas, within walking distance from attractions such as Symphony Hall, home of the world renowned Boston Symphony Orchestra. The neighborhood also boasts the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, making it the ideal destination for fans of the arts!  Also, for the shopaholics, the Christian Science Plaza Tower will be located minutes from the Prudential Center Plaza and Copley Place.

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