If you have traveled through the area around North Station in recent months, there is little doubt you have noticed the changes taking place outside of TD Garden and throughout the surrounding neighborhood.
The blocked off sidewalks, towering cranes, and robust piles of dirt and rock are all part of a massive new development on the site of the former Boston Garden called “The Hub on Causeway.”
The project, spearheaded by Delaware North and Boston Properties, broke ground in January of 2016 and will transform the area around TD Garden by developing 1.5 million square feet across the 2.5-acre site.
“Delaware North is proud to partner with Boston Properties and the City of Boston on this transformational project,” said Jeremy Jacobs, Chairman of Delaware North and owner of the Boston Bruins.
“The Hub on Causeway is the kind of transit-oriented development that we have always envisioned for the people living in this community, fans coming to the TD Garden, and commuters utilizing North Station.
“The project will change the landscape of Boston and will improve the quality of life for the residents in this neighborhood, and we’re proud to be leading that vision.”
Some of the highlights of the space will include the city of Boston’s largest supermarket (a 60,000 square-foot Star Market), an ArcLight Cinema, mix-used retail space, restaurants, offices, a hotel, and residences, as well as an expansion of TD Garden, complete with a brand new entrance into the arena.