One Devonshire Place

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One Devonshire Place
One State Street and One Devonshire Place (Boston).JPG
General information
Type Office, Residential
Location 250 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°21′29″N 71°03′27″W / 42.35800°N 71.05754°W / 42.35800; -71.05754Coordinates: 42°21′29″N 71°03′27″W / 42.35800°N 71.05754°W / 42.35800; -71.05754
Completed 1983
Height
Roof 396 ft (121 m)
Technical details
Floor count 42
Design and construction
Architect Steffian Bradley Architects

One Devonshire Place is a modern skyscraper in the Government Center neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts directly across from One Boston Place. Built in 1983, it is tied with Harbor Towers 2 and the Saltonstall Building as Boston's 28th-tallest building, standing 396 feet (121 meters) tall, and housing 42 floors.

The building is mixed-use, with 8 floors of offices and 35 of residential space (including a basement level). The building is built on two levels, with the Washington Street side a full story higher than the Devonshire side. There is an open driveway passing through the bottom level between these streets, a rarity for a skyscraper.

Education[edit]

The towers are zoned to Boston Public Schools.

For elementary and middle school, students may apply to:

  • Any school within the location's "assignment zone"
    • In this case, the North Zone [1]
  • Any school within the location's "walk zone," regardless of the school's "assignment zone."
    • Eligible "walk zone" schools not citywide and not within the North Zone: None known
  • Any citywide elementary school, middle school, and K-8

All high schools are considered "citywide".

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