Field Operations worked with WS Development on a master plan for the redevelopment of multiple sites in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston. Consisting of approximately 2 million square feet of commercial, residential, retail, restaurant, and other uses, the project aspires to build community and activity via active streetscapes and new public uses while respecting the grit and grain that is still seen throughout the fabric of the neighborhood and in historic Fenway Park, located at the center of the project.

The focal point of the development is the creation of one acre of public open space at the heart of the Fenway neighborhood through the pedestrianization of Jersey Street into a people-first, community-facing public space. Additionally, the project includes significant public realm improvements such as the restoration of Arthur’s Alley, improved connectivity to the Lansdowne Commuter Rail Station, new bike infrastructure that includes bike lanes and bike facilities, as well as significant improvements to public sidewalks and plantings.