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Trans National Place

115 Federal Street
Boston MA United States

Status:cancelled
Floor Count75
Building Uses
 - office
 - garden
 - observation
 - restaurant
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - modern
Materials
 - glass

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof1000 ft

Description
Architect: Childs Bertman Tseckares / Ove Arup & Partners / Ken Greenberg

Developer: Trans National Properties (Steve Belkin)

Project Manager: Meredith & Grew

Was a proposal pushed by Boston's mayor's office (2006) to demonstrate what he says is confidence in Boston's future. A formal RFP (request for proposal) was put out by the Boston Redevelopment Authority seeking a developer willing to put up the tallest building in Boston.

November 14, 2006, Boston businessman Steven Belkin submitted the only proposal for this site. A 75-story, 1,000-foot tower, which would include 1.3 million square feet of office space suspended over a 1-acre public park. The roof of the tower would also include a 20,000 square foot park and public observatory space known as "Lookout Garden."

Replaced by an updated proposal - http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=104316

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