Stream Realty plans to build a 335,000-square-foot office tower at the north end of the Quadrangle site. The building will replace a section of existing retail space on Howell Street.
The surface lots that now serve the complex will be replaced with new construction and wide, landscaped walkways.
One of the biggest changes is planned for the corner of Routh and Howell, where the existing retail building will be replaced with a collection of small freestanding eateries and shops.
Stream Realty hopes to start construction in the middle of next year and have the project ready for tenants by 2022.
This sounds like an excellent improvement! When I heard improvements were being made to the Quandrangle, I set my expectations low thinking they may just re-skin the exterior and upgrade the interior, but I'm so happy to hear they plan to re-develop the surface lots.
Also, does this mean BBC is being replaced by these smaller eateries and shops?