The stunning Alexandra Hotel finally gets sold off by Colliers International.
Colliers International as of late declared that it’s Capital Markets gathering encouraged the clearance of the previous Alexandra Hotel, which is situated at 1767-1769 Washington Street in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.
This iconic building finished construction in the year 1875 by prestigious engineer Caleb Walworth and known for its mix of Ruskinian Gothic design with turn of the century innovation, the remarkable resource will experience a full rebuilding by new possession, Alexandra Partners, LLC, trying to return it to its previous boutique, upscale inn status.
Colliers spoke to the Church of Scientology who had bought the relinquished 30,000+ square-foot structure and neighboring 2,858-square-foot part in 2010, and following quite a while of arranging and configuration chose that redevelopment would not appropriately oblige its needs.
The Church has since procured a 100,000-square-foot property including 214, 218 and 226 Lincoln Street in Allston along the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) where it intends to have a great opening for the new Boston and New England Church of Scientology central station anticipated for 2020.
As per data openly available on the Boston Planning and Development Agency’s site, Alexandra Partners’ $11 million buy of the previous Alexandra is the initial move toward an arranged full façade reclamation to be trailed by the development of another, around 150-room, 13-story boutique inn with ground floor eatery and bistro space, and a housetop level bar/café.