Rowes Wharf

Rowes Wharf

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Known as “The Gateway to Boston,” Rowes Wharf sits on the Boston Harbor east of the downtown. It is a large complex made up of the 230-room four-star Boston Harbor Hotel, 100 luxury condominiums, and 345,000 sq. ft. of office space. There is also a marina, restaurants, a water transportation terminal, and a floating stage for concerts and movies. Rowes Wharf was designed by Adrian D. Smith, FAIA, of Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, who used classic styles in a contemporary way. Built in 1987, the exterior was constructed with a steel deck and beam frame clad with a curtain wall of brick, granite and pre-cast concrete. The Boston Harbor Hotel has a distinct multistory arch that spans over a wide plaza. Two thirds of the building’s land is open space, and provides great views of Boston’s financial district as well as the Boston Harbor. Model built by Austin Metzger, Catherine Moats, Noel Nemcik, and Jordan Van Wyk. #Adrian_D_Smith #Boston #Boston_Harbor #Boston_Harbor_Hotel #Boston_Spa__Health_Club #fourstar_hotel #Gateway_to_Boston #luxury_condominiums #MA #marina #Massachusetts #office_space #Rowes_Wharf #Skidmore_Owings__Merrill_LLP
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