Boston hotel project would add 677 rooms in two hotels across the street from each other

TRD New York /
Mar.March 16, 2018 02:09 PM

Mark Development and Buckminster Annex Corp. are proposing a joint project that would see two neighboring hotels built on either side of Beacon Street on Boston’s Kenmore Square. A 24-story building would host a 382-room hotel where a Citizens Bank now stands, and a 19-story, 295-room hotel would be built next to the existing Buckminster Hotel, which is owned by one of the partners and would remain open. Called Crossroads at Kenmore, the project will also feature street-level retail space. [Bisnow]


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