Designed by Robert A. M. Stern and CBT Architects, 350 Boylston Street will be a striking 235,000 rentable square foot, nine story building with unobstructed views of Boston’s Public Garden. Situated on the corner of Arlington and Boylston Streets in the heart of Back Bay, the building offers immediate access to the neighborhood’s world-class hospitality, retail and cultural amenities. 350 Boylston includes 15,000 sq. ft. of high-end ground level restaurant and retail space, an elegant office lobby, private outdoor terraces & loggias, and a tenant-exclusive fitness center. Located right next to the Arlington Green Line station, the building also offers 150 spaces of below-grade parking and enclosed bicycle storage. The new construction will feature efficient and readily customizable floor plates. Certifiable to LEED Silver and Well Building standards, the state-of-the-art building infrastructure will provide tenants with the highest commitment to health, security and sustainability. Designed in the pandemic era, 350 Boylston will feature destination dispatch elevators, an active chilled beam system, and touchless interfaces at its revolving door entrance, garage foyers and restrooms.
Ronald M. Druker, President of The Druker Company, Ltd. has been involved in a variety of development activities encompassing retail, hotel, residential and office projects. His most recent focus has been on urban mixed use developments, including The Heritage on The Garden in Boston’s Back Bay, on The Public Garden and Atelier|505 in Boston’s South End. Both of these complexes were recognized by the Urban Land Institute by winning the coveted “Oscar” of the profession, The ULI Award for Excellence. The Druker Company currently has two BPDA approved projects which are being leased: 350 Boylston Street in Boston’s Back Bay, a 235,000 sq. ft. mixed-use retail and office building across from The Public Garden and 80 East Berkeley Street in Boston’s South End, a 320,000 sq. ft. retail and office complex. Druker is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College, The Columbia Graduate School of Business and was a Loeb Fellow at The Harvard Graduate School of Design where he also was a member of the Urban Design faculty from 1975-1983. Druker is active on many civic, educational and cultural boards.