Architect's renderings are out displaying the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority'sÂ plan for two hotels in Boston's Seaport district.
The Boston Business Journal reported more than a month ago that the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority had put forward plans to build two hotels, comprising 500 rooms, on a 5.6-acre parcel it bought for $33 million on D Street in Boston's Seaport disctrict.
Boston.com on Thursday published a rendring, courtesy of the Boston Redevelopment Authority, showing what the two planned hotels might look like. Here's the rendering, at right.
According to Boston.com, MCCA filed a notice of project change with the BRA last week, specifying the planned hotel project at 371-401 D St. will include a parking garage for up to 1,350 vehicles, rooftop solar panels and 26,300 square feet of ground-floor retail.
Source: Boston Business JournalÂ
Mario Pavli Vice PresidentÂ Boston Luxury ResidentialÂ