Boston, MA

Atlantic Wharf

Market Sectors
Owner/Developer
Boston Properties
Architect
CBT Architects

Atlantic Wharf is a 32-story mixed-use building on Fort Point Channels waterfront. The 1,790,000 SF LEED Platinum building was Boston’s first green skyscraper. The structure is steel-framed with a concrete core providing resistance to wind and seismic loads. The glass towers base incorporates the previously existing, but renovated eight-story historic Russia and Tufts brick buildings. An eight-story atrium serves as the main entrance with a glass skylight roof. Class A+ office space is offered on 30 stories, totaling 500,000 SF. The Lofts at Atlantic Wharf reside on levels two through seven and include 86 luxury urban units. There is a six-story below-grade parking garage with 650 vehicle spaces and 30,000 SF of retail lines the base of the building. The building was constructed over the MBTA Silver Line tunnel.

The Outstanding Building of the Year Over 1 Million SF (2014) Building Owners and Managers Association

Revival Styles, New Construction (2011) Boston Preservation Alliance

Global Award for Excellence (2012) Urban Land Institute

Citation for Design Excellence (2013) AIA New England