Liveable Place Index™
- Walk Score®: 84
- Bike Score™: 77
- Transit Score®: 67
- Energy: 1,815,527 kWh saved (166 homes powered)
- Air: 443 MT CO2 offset (94 cars off the road)
- Water: 2,330,160 Gal saved (116,508 showers)
- Economic impact: $214,039,200
- Jobs created: 871
The building is designed to perform 28% better than a typical building
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Power is produced on site via a 75 kW natural-gas co-generation plant
- Waterfront property with uninterrupted views of the Boston Harbor and city skyline
- Access to a new waterfront park and boat landing, as well as direct access to Lo Presti Park
- Well-served by transit through the blue line, an expanded water taxi station, highways and Logan Airport
- Lounge with a chef’s kitchen, music room and private conference rooms
- Outdoor terrace with a pool and sun deck, grilling stations, a fireplace and expansive views of the Boston Harbor and city
- Rooftop deck with seating and 270° views
- On-site restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining spaces
- Modern fitness facilities with Boston Harbor and skyline views
- Pet-friendly, with a dog wash
- Secure bike parking and bike maintenance facilities
The Reel House, a new restaurant from renowned Executive Chef Marc Orfaly, sits on the Harbor with amazing food and views.
Design features resiliency elements such as salt-water resistant landscaping
Water Taxi Stop 63, conveniently located at The Eddy provides on-demand service to stops all along Boston's Waterfront.
|Mon. – Sat.||6:30am–10pm|
|Adults||$12 each way|
|Children 3–11||$2 each way|
|Residents||$5 each way|
The Eddy is located along the waterfront in East Boston, boasting unrivaled views of the Boston skyline and within walking distance to an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops and entertainment. The Eddy is transit-oriented and serves as a bridge between Boston’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
The building will feature a real-time energy monitoring system
Constructed with locally-sourced and recycled-content materials
Art & Design
Principles of Place
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 The Eddy is no exception.
Read more about Gerding Edlen’s Principles of Place, a unique set of standards for livable spaces.
Build community. Create inviting spaces. Minimize carbon footprint and energy dependence. Connect people and buildings to nature. Encourage transportation alternatives. Craft the first 30 feet. Inspire communities with art. Make 20-mite living real. Integrate schools and neighborhoods. Preserve symbols that matter.