The South Station tower that has been in the planning process since the 90's is finally moving forward, according to Curbed.
Signed off by the city last week, the plans put a 51-story tower on top of South Station, which once completed will be one of the ten tallest buildings in Boston.
With the addition of a new financial partner, Chinese builder Gemdale Properties, the development will finally be kick started before the end of 2016.
The updated details shows that the plans are mainly residential, when originally the building was almost completely filled with office space. The plans also raised the tower higher than the originally proposed 49-stories.
The 677-foot South Station tower is proposed to have 175 luxury condos and 530 parking spaces.
The ideal location above one of New England's busiest train stations would offer residents great access to amenities in a prime spot in the city.
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