One Devonshire Place
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|One Devonshire Place|
|Location||250 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts|
|Roof||396 ft (121 m)|
|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 stands 396 feet (121 meters) tall, 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.
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 
- 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".