Boston Convention and Exhibition Center Buys Land for Two Hotels

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center Buys Land for Two Hotels

 

The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, which owns the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, bought 5.6 acres of vacant land next to the venue to develop two new hotels and parking facilities.

MCCA officials are planning to build two mid-priced hotels on the site containing a total of 400 to 500 rooms. Construction is slated to begin at the end of 2013, pending the necessary approvals, and the hotels would open in 2015. The parking areas will support

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