Everett, MA – A 21-floor residential tower with views of the Boston skyline, Assembly Row and Encore Boston Harbor has been proposed in the city of Everett.
SKY Everett, developed by V10 Development in Boston and designed by Context in Charlestown, will be the tallest residential building in Everett and the second-largest building in the city behind the $2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor project.
A highlight of the project, The Sky bar and restaurant, run by father and son Nick and Nico Varano as well as the rest of the Varano Group, will be the tallest restaurant in New England. At 240 feet in the air, the 6,000sf restaurant and lounge features a 1,500sf sky deck and retractable roof for four-season indoor and outdoor dining.
As part of its commitments to Everett, V10 will provide a 15-foot right of way to the city along its site at 114 Spring Street to allow space for a dedicated bus lane and future Silver Line stop.
“I commend V10 for working with the city to help advance our transportation priorities as well as creating fantastic public spaces,” said Everett Mayor, Carlo DeMaria. “Silver Line expansion into Everett has been a priority of my administration for years. We have invested significant time and energy along with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the MBTA to make this a reality. This project supports our transportation goals and, just as important, cleans another significantly contaminated site in our city and returns it to the public for lasting enjoyment and revitalization. At the end of the day, it’s a beautiful project.”