The almost 120,000-square-foot Commonwealth Hall presentation space at the Seaport World Trade Center would be covered for good and an around 25,000-square-foot waterfront yard with all year attractions would supplant it to a limited extent.
That is as indicated by plans discharged in mid-February from Pembroke, the land arm of Seaport World Trade Center leaseholder Fidelity Investments.
Likewise under the plans, Fidelity would quintuple the space at the exchange focus put aside for shops and eateries to 45,000 square feet, per the Globe’s Jon Chesto. The measure of office space there for the speculation goliath would add up to almost 640,000 square feet.
Constancy would likewise make enhancements to the association between the road level at Seaport Boulevard and the upper dimension of the exchange focus, where a portion of the new retail will be found. What’s more, a portion of that open air space will go in along the Harborwalk, making it freely available.
These designs are speculative and subject to the vital city and state endorsements. Be that as it may, if Pembroke/Fidelity gets the vital approves soon, development could begin in 2020, with everything wrapping by 2024.
The patched up Seaport World Trade Center would be nevertheless the most recent update of a conspicuous part of Boston waterfront. These incorporate the freely available outside space at Pier 4 opening this late spring.