Troy Boston is an additional modern class of touch amidst the South End construction boom. The principles integrated in to the backbone of this building are such of focus on creativity and vibrancy, which are intended to inspire people to work and learn in these livable spaces. The developer’s vision is coming to fruition as a full amenity building that features 82% post-industrial recycled content flooring, and an electricity co-generator producing 100% of the building’s hot water and 54% of its heat. Along with common amenities, the building also includes a pool deck and fitness center for all 378 apartment unit holders to occupy.
In addition to the two residential towers, Troy Boston will include “approximately 6,000 square feet of retail space and a 180-space parking garage…and will adjoin the Ink Block, the massive residential-retail project on the site of the old Boston Herald HQ that includes the Sepia Boston,” reports Curbed Boston.