Boston newest commuter rail station groundbreaking occurred today. Metro West commuters can add another stop to the local train service starting in the fall of 2016.
Residing on the MBTA’s Framingham/Worcester Line, B&T notes “the Boston Landing station is projected to cost between $14 million and $16 million and is funded by New Balance, which also funded the $500-million mixed-use complex in Brighton anchored by the 250,000-square-foot New Balance headquarters, near the station…The Warrior Ice Arena, the new practice facility for the Boston Bruins at Station Landing, will be completed in September 2016. The development will also include 80,000 square feet of retail space, a 175-room boutique hotel, housing and an athletic facility. It has approvals for an additional 450,000 square feet in office space.”
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