CORE Architects share 433 Mass renderings

Washington Business Journal reporter Sarah Krouse obtained 3 renderings from Core Architects Group’s design for the old “Ledo” building renovation at 433 Mass Ave. The property was sold to a partnership of Zusin Development and Sivan Properties in March.

The proposed look places glass panels in front of the structures current facade. It may feature a roof deck as well.

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    JM says

    How on earth would you keep the rear side of the glass clean? I just think while this might look good on day 1 when the sparkle is still present that it will age horribly over time.

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    M Street says

    I don’t really understand all the elements…but I like it anyway. Especially the glassed-in roof garden. It’s very sleek and modern, and I think all the glass works well in a space that might otherwise seem very small and enclosed by the surrounding buildings.

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    says

    interesting. it’s half modern like 455 Mass and half brick like 425 Mass. a nice blending between the two buildings. I wondered if they have the air rights about it to build it 12 stories tall. :)

    @JM – the glass is far enough away from the brick that getting a squeegee in there won’t be an issue.