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TROY Boston

Connecting communities

  • 400K

    Square Feet

  • Boston, Massachusetts

    Boston, Massachusetts

A new residential building to reunite the community in Boston’s South End

On a gritty site facing I-93, TROY is a sleek, white metal tower—a beacon—that stands out as a monument  to the future. The concept? Precision and personalization with a high degree of design sophistication. The apartment invites occupants to customize their experience and make it a home.

With 400,000 square feet, 378 rental apartments, a parking structure, and neighborhood retail, this highly visible, multi-family building is reinvigorating Boston’s South End. Across the street from the new Ink Block & Whole Foods, TROY has become an epicenter of contemporary living.

Through the incorporation of common neighborhood elements, like the rooftop garden, enclosed courtyard, swimming pool oasis, and dog play area, TROY Boston promises to be the newest link between this historic and stylish neighborhood and the area’s vibrant future. 

At a Glance

Offices
Award
IIDA - New England Chapter, Best Residential Design, Multi-Family Category, 2016
Meet Our Team

James Gray, Senior Principal

Housing satisfies a universal human need, and in that mandate there is the challenge I relish: design solutions at a range of scales, from the individual eye and hand to the macro level of a city.

Tamara Roy, Principal

I pursue artful solutions in every design project—turning constraints into opportunities for creative invention.
  • James Gray

    Senior Principal

  • Tamara Roy

    Principal

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