7INK
construction, Boston, co-living, inclusive, shared, multi-family, residential
23502
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  • Exterior Photograph by Gunnar of Flaunt showing entirety of 7INK building front facade.
  • Exterior Photograph by Gunnar of Flaunt showing entirety of 7INK building back facade.
  • Interior Photograph by Gunnar of Flaunt showing 7INK communal space.
  • Interior Photograph by Gunnar of Flaunt showing 7INK communal space with mural and leather seating..
  • Interior Photograph by Gunnar of Flaunt showing 7INK communal space with stairs and 1968 Boston Garden scoreboard.
  • Interior Photograph by Gunnar of Flaunt showing 7INK communal space showing co-working areas - meeting room and workspace closets.
  • Exterior photography by Gunnar of Flaunt showing 15th floor roofdeck with grills and seating areas and views of downtown Boston.

7INK

BOSTON, MA

This 148,580 SF high-rise tower includes 180 shared suites and micro-studios, and is Boston’s first major inclusive living development. All units come furnished and receive complimentary weekly cleaning with fresh linens, towels and a replenishment of bath amenities. The inclusive experience also provides residents with Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a regular calendar of curated social activities. The 14-story building has a large first floor amenities area along with a fifteenth story roof top penthouse and deck overlooking Boston.

 

The site is extremely tight and directly adjacent to the Whole Foods Market loading docks which remained open throughout construction. The foundation consists of 110’ +/- 16” precast piles with pile caps and grade beams. Steel was erected with a tower crane. The exterior is made up of metal panels, curtain wall and punched windows erected from hydro-mobiles.

CLIENT

National Development

ARCHITECT

Elkus Manfredi

SIZE

148,580 SF

PROJECT COST

$75.5 Million