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Old December 22nd, 2013, 10:41 PM   #21
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The Hub at Causeway: the Details on the Big TD Garden Party



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State and city officials, along with representatives from developers Delaware North and Boston Properties, attended an official groundbreaking on Wednesday for the Hub on Causeway, the ginormous project slated for the old Boston Garden site along Causeway Street in the West End/North End borderlands. Ultimately, the development will mean more than 1.5 million square feet of shops, restaurants, offices, hotel rooms, and residences, as well as an expansion of nearby TD Garden and transit improvements to North Station. For now, Phase I is underway.






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The Hub on Causeway:Transforming the West End of Boston





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The Hub will come at a cost of nearly $1 billion dollars. The first phase that began earlier this winter will come at a price tag of almost $258 million dollars. This beginning phase will feature the development of “Champion’s Row” — a multi-level structure that leads into the entrance of TD Garden and North Station. This first phase will feature an entertainment venue with capacity reaching 1,000, a bar that seats 500, and a movie theater/bowling alley. Area residents also look forward to the addition of Star Market.
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