The $120 million tower at the corner of Congress and D streets will add 236 luxury apartments and possibly a pharmacy to the growing neighborhood. A follow-up phase is expected to bring a supermarket.
The project won city approval in 2007, but was shelved during the Great Recession and later revised. Drew was a pioneer in the area, building the World Trade Center and the Seaport Hotel with investor Fidelity Investments between the mid-1980s and early 2000s.
|courtesy of the Drew Company|