Real estate

Formal plans filed for giant Causeway Street development

The proposed towers would contain a mix of offices, stores, restaurants, a cinema complex, and possibly a supermarket. And TD Garden would expand by 40,000 square feet.
The proposed towers would contain a mix of offices, stores, restaurants, a cinema complex, and possibly a supermarket. And TD Garden would expand by 40,000 square feet.Elkus Manfredi Architects

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If developers have their way, Boston’s TD Garden will soon get some towering new neighbors.

Boston Properties and Delaware North Cos. on Monday filed formal plans to construct a series of buildings on Causeway Street that would transform the arena’s entrance and create new gateway into Boston from the north.

A rendering by project designer Elkus Manfredi Architects shows a series of modern, angular towers on a 2.8-acre site in front of the Garden. The tallest tower to the west would reach up to 600 feet and contain nearly 500 residences; the building to the east would contain offices; and the one in the middle would be occupied by a 306-room hotel.

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