Livable Place Index™
- Walk Score®: 84 Very Walkable
- Bike Score™: 77 Very Bikeable
- Transit Score®: 67 Good Transit
- Energy: 1,840,705 kWh saved (168 homes powered)
- Air: 500 MT CO2 offset (106 cars off the road)
- Water: 1,304,680 gallons saved (65,234 showers)
- Economic impact: $214,039,200
- Jobs created: 871
- (from initial construction)
The Eddy earned a LEED Gold Certification from the United States Green Building Council and is managed to support a sustainable lifestyle
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A natural gas turbine produces power and generates heat for the building
- Waterfront property with uninterrupted views of the Boston Harbor and city skyline
- Access to a new waterfront park and boat landing, as well as direct access to Lo Presti Park
- Well-served by transit through the blue line, an expanded water taxi station, highways and Logan Airport
- Lounge with a chef’s kitchen, music room and private conference rooms
- Outdoor terrace with a pool and sun deck, grilling stations, a fireplace and expansive views of the Boston Harbor and city
- Rooftop deck with seating and 270° views
- Food delivery available from The Reel House
- Modern fitness facilities with Boston Harbor and skyline views
- Pet-friendly, with a dog wash
- Secure bike parking and bike maintenance facilities
The Reel House, a new restaurant from renowned Executive Chef Marc Orfaly, sits on the Harbor with amazing food and views.
The Eddy features a resilient design including salt-water resistant landscaping
Water Taxi Stop 63, conveniently located at The Eddy, provides on-demand service to stops all along Boston's Waterfront.
|Mon. – Sat.||6:30am–10pm|
|Adults||$15 each way|
|Children 3–11||$2 each way|
|Residents||$6 each way|
The Eddy is located along the waterfront in East Boston, boasting unrivaled views of the Boston skyline and within walking distance to an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops and entertainment. The Eddy is transit-oriented and serves as a bridge between Boston’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
Green living resources such as non-toxic cleaning supplies are provided to residents
The East Boston Open Market, which features local artisans, is hosted in the lobby monthly
Art & Design
Principles of Place
At Gerding Edlen, we use our Principles of Place to create vibrant and inspiring places for people. By leveraging sustainability, community and smart design, we can reduce environmental impacts associated with the construction and operations of our buildings while providing high quality community-oriented experiences for our tenants.
Read more about Gerding Edlen’s Principles of Place, a unique set of standards for livable spaces.
Build community. Create inviting spaces. Minimize carbon footprint and energy dependence. Connect people and buildings to nature. Encourage transportation alternatives. Craft the first 30 feet. Inspire communities with art. Make 20-mite living real. Integrate schools and neighborhoods. Preserve symbols that matter.