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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 22 August 2007 06:59

One Kenmore CenterA local investor and the Boston Red Sox have unveiled a $400 million development project that will include offices, shops and apartments alongside and over the Massachusetts Turnpike near Fenway Park called One Kenmore Project.

Newton-based developer John Rosenthal and the Red Sox made the announcement yesterday. The Sox will act as minority investors in the project. Final approval by the Red Sox ownership group is expected shortly. As reported by the Boston Herald:

The proposal envisions a mixed-used complex taking shape both next to and on a deck to be built over the Massachusetts Turnpike and between Brookline Avenue and Beacon Street. The project would have 353 apartments, 200,000 square feet of office space and 107,000 square feet of retail and shops.

The project will also include a new Yawkey rail and bus station inside the complex, as well as 1,344 parking spaces.

It will also include 29,000 square feet of open space.


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