Office, Retail, Mixed Use
The Riverside Center project transformed an obsolete warehouse into 500,000 SF of Class A office building. Located at the intersection of Routes 128 and I-95 and adjacent to the Riverside MBTA Station, the site is a regional model for sustainable brownfields repositioning and Transportation Oriented Design. JP Shadley led this Cabot, Cabot & Forbes and Elkus/Manfredi Architects project through all of its landscape design and phases including public approvals, pricing, full documentation, bidding and construction.
The project includes over three acres of outdoor plazas and public open spaces and it incorporated stone walls made of local granite and brick pavements to achieve a comfortable and familiar garden ambience. JP Shadley completed this project while a Principal at CRJA. The project received a Design Award from the Boston Society of Landscape Architects.