Master Plan

Applying the highest standards of urban planning and landscape design, Waterfront Square’s 1.3 million square foot Master Plan is well underway.  Exciting site infrastructure is complete, luxury apartment homes will be leasing this year, and one-of-a-kind development opportunities are available.


Vibrant Mixed-Use Urban Center on Premier Coastal Site

  • $500 million mixed-use development on 8.8 acres (1.3 million sq. ft.)
  • Overlooks Atlantic Ocean on stunning 3.5-mile beach
  • 150 room beachfront hotel
  • 900 luxury residences (condominiums and apartment homes)
  • Up to 40,000 square feet of ground floor retail, fine dining, outdoor cafes,
    cultural and entertainment venues
  • Public plazas and open space
  • Pedestrian-friendly with miles of walking and bike paths

Luxury Apartment Homes Underway

  • Under Construction: 230 luxury apartment homes at Ocean 650,
    leasing to begin Winter 2016
  • Now Leasing: 194 units at the Vanguard
  • 320 units to begin construction in Spring 2017

150 Key Beachfront Hotel

  • One-of-a-kind beachfront hotel with direct MBTA access to Downtown Boston
  • Shovel-ready, 1.33 acre parcel
  • Key state and Massachusetts Environmental Act (MEPA)
    permitting process approved and secured

Public Infrastructure Adjacent to Site

  • $75 million of funding
  • State-of-the-art multi-modal transit center features MBTA Blue Line station with direct access to Logan Airport and Downtown Boston 
  • New 1,465-space garage and bus terminal
  • Elevated pedestrian plaza and footbridge for access to beach and MBTA station

Public Plaza with Ocean View

New Footbridge to the Beach
"I would like to give credit to Eurovest Development, because without its vision and commitment, some of these exciting opportunities for Revere would not have happened. I am confident that the Waterfront Square project, currently growing around the footbridge, will have a transformative impact on this great city."
Karyn Polito,
Lieutenant Governor
Top Spots to Live in Greater Boston - The Boston Globe   Read More ›