It’s official. The supermarket chain Stop & Shop – you know, the one that used to be the only major stores along the Allston/Brighton Everett Street strip - has filed a letter of intent to build develop the 11-acre site it owns adjacent to the Boston Landing Complex.
The project now has a name as well: Allston Yards. The development would progress in two phases.
Phase 1 would erect 360 residential units, 5,000 square feet of retail, 25,000 square feet of public open space and a new Stop & Shop grocery store. Phase 2 would include 650 additional units, more retail and restaurant space plus high-end Stop & Shop office space. (Via Curbed Boston)
NB Development Group, the project developer, has successfully permitted the area to include the following:
- 650,000 square feet of build-to-suit, class A, LEED-certified office space
- New Balance's new 250,000 square feet world-headquarter building
- 140,000 square feet 175-key boutique hotel
- 65,000 square feet of ground floor restaurant and retail space
- 325,000 square feet-of-the-art sports complex
- Commuter rail train stop on the Framingham/Worcester line that goes directly to South Station
- Public amenity space, usable open space and pedestrian linkage
In total, this huge project would mean 1,010 new residences and 1,9000,000 square feet of retail and offices right near the new commuter rail stop.
Check out the renderings below:
For more information, check out the project page from NB Development.
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