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Trinity Stuart LLC (TS), a joint venture between The Noannet Group and Saunders Hotel Group, is planning to undertake the construction of a mixed-use project in Massachusetts, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 31-story mixed-use tower. It will include the construction of a 154-room hotel, retail space, 146 residential apartments, 100 parking spaces, restaurant and related facilities, and the installation of safety systems and elevators.
The Architectural Team and Elkus Manfredi Architects have been appointed as design contractor while Stonehill & Taylor Architects, P.C as hotel architect and Suffolk Construction as construction manager.
C3 – Commercial Construction Consulting, Inc has been appointed as construction consultant while McNamara/Salvia, Inc. as structural engineer, Haley & Aldrich, Inc. as geo technical engineer and Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc. as civil engineer for the project.
In December 2013, the project received approval from the Boston Redevelopment Authority. However, the project has been facing delay due to controversies over the size and scope and is under review by the Boston's Zoning Board.
On February 2, 2016, Impact Advisory Group (IAG) meeting was held to discuss the Notice of Project Change (NoPC) report.
The project involves the construction of a 31-story mixed-use tower in Boston, Massachusetts, the US.
The US$225 million project includes the following: