Slated to start construction in 2019, the Viola Back Bay will be an 11-story, S-shaped luxury residential building with 88 condominiums and 85 rental apartments. The building will span from Mass. Ave. to Dillon’s Restaurant & Bar on Boylston Street. Florida-based the Peebles Corporation is the developer in charge of the project.
Per the BRA, the building will be part of a larger 390,000-square-foot mixed-use development in Boston. The development will have a 156-key boutique hotel, 20,000 square feet of retail space, and 138 parking spaces. According to the BRA website, the street level retail area will include a wide-range of restaurants along with retail and community space.
The Peebles Corporation explains on its website that the project will help link the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods, and that the development’s mixed-use nature will add life to the Newbury Street corridor. The Viola Back Bay will also have a transit-centric design, a key part of which will be a brand new state-of-the-art Hynes MBTA station.
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