L Street Station Redevelopment
Adaptive Reuse Mixed-Use Development
- South Boston, MA
Size: 15-acre Master Plan
ANTICIPATED GROUND BREAKING: 2019
Redgate and Hilco Redevelopment Partners formed a joint venture to acquire the former Edison Power Plant located at 776 Summer Street in South Boston, MA and comprised of 15 acres. The newly formed joint venture, led by Redgate, is master planning and permitting the project, named “L Street Station Redevelopment,” to create a new mixed-use community-based environment with a broad mix of adaptive re-use and new development totaling approximately 2.1 million SF with initial ground breaking planned for 2019.
Our vision for the future of L Street Station is to transform a piece of the city that is currently walled off and inaccessible to the public into a vibrant and connected extension of the South Boston neighborhood. Among the array of activities and amenities we envision, it would offer the community direct access to the waterfront as well as open spaces and gathering areas to connect with friends and neighbors. The site covers 15 acres and we propose to create activity and engagement with housing, retail, a 344-key hotel, two commercial buildings and space for the arts; all of which will be anchored by the preservation of the former power station’s century-old turbine halls, which are rich with cultural history.
DESIGN ARCHITECT: Stantec
URBAN PLANNER: Greenberg Consultants, Inc.
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: Stoss Landscape Urbanism
- Planning & Permitting Strategy
- Strategic Advisory
- Asset Management