Delaware North and development partner Boston Properties recently celebrated the completion of The Hub on Causeway, a joint venture that broke ground in 2016 and today features more than 1.5 million square feet of mixed-use retail, office, hotel and residential space. The project also included an expansion of the adjoining TD Garden, which is owned and operated by Delaware North.
With construction complete, The Hub on Causeway is buzzing with levels of activity envisioned before the COVID-19 pandemic put a hold on in-person gatherings, sports games and events. Located in Boston’s transportation and entertainment district, The Hub on Causeway investment brings substantial improvements to North Station, transforms the area into a revitalized destination and provides economic impact on the neighborhood.
The Hub on Causeway project was constructed in three phases. The third and final phase of The Hub on Causeway, a 31-story office tower known as 100 Causeway, was completed this spring. The tower is anchored by Verizon and as of June is now home to the offices of the Boston Bruins (owned by Delaware North Chairman Jeremy Jacobs), TD Garden and the Boston Celtics.
The Hub on Causeway at a glance:
- Star Market
- Big Night Live
- Guy Fieri’s Tequila Cocina
- Banners Kitchen & Tap
- Hub Hall
- ProShop powered by ’47
- citizenM hotel
- Hub50House residential tower
- TD Garden expansion
- TD Garden and North Station entrance
- North Station Garage and pedestrian tunnel
- 100 and 120 Causeway office towers
The mixed-use space includes the Boston Bruins and Celtics ProShop, Banners Kitchen & Tap and Hub Hall, featuring 18 diverse food and beverage vendors. There are now 2,300 part-time and 300 full-time Delaware North, TD Garden and Bruins employees onsite, comparable to pre-pandemic staffing.
With construction complete, The Hub on Causeway is buzzing with levels of activity envisioned before the COVID-19 pandemic put a hold on in-person gatherings, sports games and events.