Overhead View of Boston Store

September 19, 2007

The future Bolyston Street (Boston) retail store is quickly taking shape, as you may have seen on our 24-hour Webcam. Now thanks to Mark for some dramatic alternate views of the store, including a front view, and a dramatic overhead photo in the shadow of the Prudential Building, showing how the store fits into the neighborhood, and the location of reseller Tech Superpowers behind the future store.

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ag September 19, 2007 at 1929

So will there be two entrances: Boylston and Newbury St? I can’t see them keeping that reseller there! [IFO — One entrance on Boylston Street. The Tech Superpowers team really caters to a different crowd. They’re not really a showroom reseller, but a consulting, integration, training and repairs for biz and industry types.]


Brian Kaemepn September 19, 2007 at 2117

So is it in fact going to have a classroom and rooftop garden, essentially a copy of the top of the NMA store? [IFO — Yes, that roof area sure looks interesting. Looks like it will definitely have a large skylight over the interior, which will include a glass staircase.]


Mark September 20, 2007 at 0630

One entrance on Boylston St.
The building borders an alley in the back (not Newbury St.).

Spiral glass staircase, with skylight and grass roof like the North Michigan Ave. store in Chicago.
Also similar to that store with the air conditioning units/etc. housed
on the back side of the roof.


Matt September 20, 2007 at 1437

It won’t have two entrances because the building is not on both Newbury and Boylston. There’s an alley behind the building. (Which is honestly brilliant community planning.)


ericlewis September 20, 2007 at 1625

whats so special about an alley


Jim Brandolinu September 21, 2007 at 0914

r u guys high? That is not newbury street! Its an ally between the buildings. I live in Boston… Your wrong


Alistair September 21, 2007 at 1238

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