Developers pitch a 14-story ‘millennial resort’ in Boston

TRD New York /
Nov.November 30, 2017 03:48 PM

The newest luxury residential tower to join Boston’s skyline might just be an experiment in “co-living.” Newton-based National Development and New York-based real estate company Ollie are proposing a 14-story building with 245 small units for the South End’s Ink Block complex. “You walk into this building and you feel like you’re in a millennial resort,” National Development managing partner Ted Tye told the Boston Globe. The proposed tower, dubbed 7INK by Ollie, needs approval from the Boston Planning and Development Agency. [Boston Globe]


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