Sunday, September 27, 2009

Temporary Retail Buildings Proposed for Fan Pier

Fan Pier builder thinks temporary

Boston Business Journal - by Michelle Hillman

Fan Pier developer Joseph Fallon has petitioned a state agency to allow him to erect two temporary buildings while he waits to build out the 3 million-square-foot-project in earnest.

Fallon is asking the Department of Environmental Protection to let him build two structures similar to modular facilities that would house retail, restaurants, public restrooms and a water transportation ticketing office. The buildings would be between 22,000 square feet and 45,000 square feet and would sit on the water’s edge in the place of two permanent buildings slated for parcels overlooking a marina. The parcels are approved for residential, hotel or office uses.

The entire 21-acre site is approved for eight buildings including office, research, residential, retail and hotel space.

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