Station Landing
Transit Oriented Development, Housing, Multi-family
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  • exterior of building with sign outside. Six stories.
  • Exterior of building with street trees and roadway in front.
  • Building with water in front with boats.
  • Exterior of building
  • Exterior of building
  • Sidewalk with street trees, flowers, outdoor diners, people walking down the street
  • Outdoor dining, people walking
  • Interior of communal space with bar areas, purple chairs, couch, and fireplace
  • Interior showing enclosed meeting tables with large overhead lamps, tables, chairs, and blue wall
  • Interior of apartment showing kitchen, dining table, and living area
  • Boston Sports Club building exterior at dusk. People sitting in foreground on a bench.

Station Landing


Phase I of construction was 50|55 SL, a 292-unit luxury apartment community with 67,000 SF of first floor retail space and associated underground parking in two six-story buildings, which opened in 2006. The next project was Skyline at Station Landing, a 127-unit, twelve-story waterfront condominium that was completed in July 2007. Phase III was the construction of a 50,000 SF Boston Sports Club which opened in early 2008. In the summer of 2008, two projects were completed: Phase IV was a 550 car garage expansion and Phase V was National Development’s first LEED Certified apartment community called 75SL which includes 168 loft-style apartments and a 8,600 SF restaurant space. The project is a transit-oriented development centered around the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Wellington Station on the Orange Line.



Station Landing LLC


Elkus Manfredi Architects


$79 Million


Retail 75,000 SF, Garage 138,000 SF