Boston – Trinity Building + Construction Management Corp. announced the start of construction on its latest project, The Ginger Man, at 148 State Street, in downtown Boston. The new 8,400sf tavern will offer an extensive craft beer selection, with 75 fresh ales and lagers on tap and over 150 bottled beers, in an entirely updated setting on the first and lower levels.
The architect of record is Ken Hyszczak of Fort Hill Architecture, with Mike Denommee from BLW Engineers as the consulting engineer.
The Ginger Man, owned by Bob Precious and named after the novel by J.P. Donleavy, originated in Texas. Boston will be The Ginger Man’s second Northeast location.
Jack Baum of Tree House Architects has designed two other locations for The Ginger Man. In this space, he incorporates comfortable finishes such as a custom oak bar, copper back panels at the beer taps, and back-painted glass with a gold leaf design at the perimeter, making this truly a unique space that both tourists and native Bostonians will want to enjoy time and time again.
Tim Rogovich, project manager, and J. Hynes, project superintendent for Trinity, have been working closely with the design team to ensure a smooth and timely build-out.
The Ginger Man’s expected completion is early December 2015.
The Boston craft beer community will love being able to enjoy all its favorites, conveniently located at the bustling intersection of Boston’s financial district and Faneuil Hall Marketplace, in the space formerly occupied by The Stadium and McFadden’s.
The Ginger Man has been very successful in its other locations, being well known for expertise in specialty beers, unprecedented beer and single malt offerings, and its creative, fun atmosphere.