RODE hosted a national audience from the Urban Land Institute Fall Meeting as they toured our landmark Hotel and Residences projects at 6 and 14 West Broadway. The two projects create a prominent gateway into South Boston, and express the excitement of building within the dense urban fabric.
The tour highlighted RODE's urban place-making in the dynamic hotel lobby that opens up to the streetscape, explored the complex logistics of the shared basement and valet parking, and took in expansive views from both buildings' roof decks. Special thanks to Consigli for their help in facilitating and guiding tours of the hotel, and to City Point Capital for opening both projects to ULI.
The projects were the final stop on the "Southie on the Rise: Growth and Expansion of Boston's Most Popular Neighborhoods" Tour, during which the group also visited the former Boston Globe site and learned of Nordblom's vision for the former HQ, and National Development's ongoing efforts at Ink Block.