Kenmore Square is a strategic location within the City of Boston given its convergent location joining four other thriving and active neighborhoods: the Back Bay, the Fenway area, Longwood Medical Area and Brookline and has always served as a major transportation hub.The Parcel 7 Fenway Center development will be located over the Massachusetts Turnpike and on land including surface parking lots between the Beacon Street and Brookline Avenue bridges. The proposed Fenway Center development is a “Smart Growth,” transit and sustainable energy-oriented development that will locate approximately 500 residences, offices and neighborhood-oriented retail space directly adjacent to a new Yawkey Commuter Rail Station, one block from the MBTA’s Kenmore Square and Fenway Green Line Stations. Find out more here.
The New MBTA Yawkey Station is a stand alone, state funded Commuter Rail Station. Meredith has been designated by the MBTA to develop and construct a $13.5 million state funded Yawkey Station, a full service Commuter Rail Station and multimodal center with direct access to South Station to the East and Framingham and Worcester to the West. The Project is also just one block from the newly designed MBTA Green Line and Bus Station, a $32 million renovation project, and MBTA’s Kenmore Square and Fenway stations. Find out more here.
Here Comes the Sun LLC is a clean power provider specializing in solar energy. Acting as an enabler for those who cannot own their own solar facilities and also those who are not able to benefit from the various incentives for using clean energy such as tax credits and accelerated depreciation. The target market for Here Comes the Sun includes non-profit organizations, other entities that do not pay taxes, and also those who simply do not have the capital to invest in their own clean energy facility. Find out more here.