Credit: Courtesy CBT Architects
Atlantic Wharf is a shining example of the confluence of sustainability, modern architecture, historic building reuse, and successful mixed-use development. Recently certified at the LEED Platinum level, Atlantic Wharf is the first sustainable high-rise in Boston. The building contains 1.2 million square feet of space, including 86 residential units, ground-level retail and public spaces, six stories of below-grade parking, and 30 floors of office space that bring urban activity directly to the Fort Point Channel water’s edge. The design preserves the texture and streetscape of the site, and integrates it with a modern high-rise glass tower that has become a landmark on the Boston skyline.
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