Alongside Frederick Law Olmsted’s cherished Riverway Park, the Mosaic on the Riverway offers a mix of affordable and market-rate residences, including condominiums and apartments for nearly 150 residents and families.
Designed to offer housing to residents in a variety of income categories, this mixed-income development is conveniently located near the Longwood Medical Area, one of Boston’s hubs for medical and academic jobs. The complex features a roof-top lounge, fitness center, and a 9,000-square-foot early childhood education center on the ground floor. One of goals was to provide residents who work in and around the Longwood Medical Area with convenient access to transportation via MBTA’s Green Line Brigham Circle stop on the E Line—one of the oldest street car lines in the country.
This project connects residents with miles of walking and biking paths that circle the Back Bay Fens and Jamaica Pond. The Mosaic on the Riverway now offers the convenience of urban living at an affordable cost.