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Truly a groundbreaking for all of Boston. Mayor Martin Walsh, MP Boston’s Chris Jeffries and community members from far and wide gather to celebrate the commencement of construction for Winthrop Center.
The 691-foot Winthrop Square tower will feature more fresh air, a proprietary app, and an electromagnetic-free zen room....READ MORE
Still grand in scope, the privately owned public space will run between Devonshire and Federal streets and have room for events...READ MORE
Kathleen MacNeil of MP Boston and Apprentice Electrician Sophia Shepard talk about steps toward increasing diversity in hiring for construction jobs at a time of continued growth--including the Millennium Partners Winthrop Center project....READ MORE
A $28 million investment in Boston Common, the nearly 400-year-old park that could really use a face-lift, took a big step forward this week....READ MORE
More than a decade after a different developer tried to build a 1,000-foot skyscraper, Millennium Partners broke ground on a shorter, albeit still towering, mixed-use development on the same spot. ...READ MORE
On Wednesday night, city officials came together to celebrate Winthrop Center, which is set to be completed spring 2022. Winthrop Center will feature office work space, residential units, retail, dining, and commercial space, along with a curated public gathering space in the heart of Downtown....READ MORE
Developer MP Boston is planning an October 24 groundbreaking for the 691-foot, approximately 1.6 million-square-foot skyscraper at the site of the former Winthrop Square Garage in downtown Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh is expected to be the guest of honor....READ MORE
The Business Journal spoke to Christopher M. Jeffries, Millennium Partners\' founding partner and principal, to discuss the long road to get to the Winthrop Center groundbreaking....READ MORE
Millennium Partners broke ground for a new $1.3 billion tower yesterday in the Financial District, launching one of the largest construction projects in the state. Officials say the skyscraper will generate more than 2,800 construction jobs and bring in over $15 million annually in property tax revenue....READ MORE
The tent is up. The stage is ready. Late Wednesday afternoon, city officials and developers will celebrate the official start of work on a building that has been years in the making....READ MORE