The Fenway Center Development

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The Fenway Center team led by local developer John Rosenthal is committed to respecting the neighboring Kenmore, Fenway, and Audubon Circle communities and exceeding the Civic Vision goals, the City’s new standards relating to green buildings, and the Commonwealth’s New Energy Stretch Code. Fenway Center will dramatically enhance the pedestrian environment with new inviting walkways, green spaces, and greatly enhanced connections between Audubon Circle, Kenmore Square, Fenway Park, Yawkey Station and the Lansdowne Entertainment District. By covering the Massachusetts Turnpike, Fenway Center will not only reduce the wind, visual and noise impacts, it will also significantly improve public safety with the increase of residents, office tenants, neighborhood retailers, and new and improved pedestrian and vehicular connections.

Fenway Center will combine:

  • Completed MBTA Yawkey commuter rail station and new ublic access roads
  • 1,290 Parking Spaces including up to 750 shared-use spaces
  • 550 Residential units including 10% on-site affordable units and 5% offsite affordable housing contribution
  • 160,000 SF of Office Space
  • Over 50,000 SF of Retail Space
  • Over 30,000 SF of Parks and Green Spaces
  • Bicycle Storage and a Bicycle Share Station
  • Community Space
  • Daycare Center