Morris Adjmi Architects

Fenway Corner

865,000 gross square feet
5 buildings
Boston, Massachusetts

Five new mixed-use buildings encompassing an engaging mix of residential, office, retail, and restaurant uses will transform an underutilized site across the street from Fenway Park into an activated, year-round community.

To transform Fenway Park into an active and engaging mixed-use community, a joint venture between WS Development, Fenway Sports Group Real Estate, and the D’Angelo family (owners of the iconic Red Sox Team Store) is in the process of developing several large sites surrounding the historic baseball stadium. As part of this redevelopment effort, MA provided planning and conceptual design services for five new buildings to be located on the “D'Angelo” parcel—a 115,000-square-foot site across the street from the stadium.

Bound by Brookline Avenue to the north, Van Ness Street to the south, Jersey Street to the east, and the existing, historically significant Richardson Building to the west, the reimagined D’Angelo parcel will consist of approximately 865,000 square feet of new commercial, residential, retail, and restaurant uses. To create an activated community while respecting Fenway’s historic fabric, the five new towers reflect a wide range of scales, architectural styles, and a blend of contextual and contemporary materials, including metal, masonry, and mass timber.

Additionally, the project includes significant public realm improvements, such as the pedestrianization of Jersey Street into a people-first, community-facing public space, as well as the revisioning of Arthur’s Way as a pedestrian street lined with retail and restaurants.