The landscaping at Troy Boston focuses on native, adaptive plantings.
Troy Boston is designed to operate 25% more efficiently than a code-compliant building.
Troy Boston features 82% post-industrial recycled content flooring.
Troy Boston's electricity co-generator also produces 100% of the building's hot water and 54% of its heat.
Gerding Edlen's Principles of Place guide one simple thing: creating vibrant, inspiring and sustainable spaces where people can work, learn and live. Gerding Edlen created the Livable Place Index to measure the global impact that sustainable buildings and their occupants have on energy, air, and water. And Troy Boston is no exception.
Fenway Park, featuring home games for the MLB Boston Red Sox, concert events, dining opportunities, tours and special events, is a 10-minute drive.
Grocery stores within a 10-minute walk include Whole Foods, C-Mart Asian Supermarket, Ming's Supermarket, Formaggio Kitchen, Syrian Grocery Importing and Foodie's Markets.
Laundry: In Unit
Myers + Chang, a Southeast Asian street food-inspired restaurant featuring small plates, locally sourced ingredients, a full bar and weekend brunch, is a 5-minute walk.
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