Parcel Four streetscape looking north along City Square illustrates the use of brick pavers in a herring bone pattern as the predominant element as concrete feature strips extend the building columns across the sidewalk.
Parcel Two is a pair of four-story, first class office buildings connected by a top floor pedestrian bridge, and Parcel Four is a two-story first class office building across Chelsea Street from Parcel Two. The focus of site development for this project was the streetscaping around both buildings and a large pedestrian plaza between and south of the two Parcel Two buildings. The patterning of brick and exposed aggregate concrete paving panels reinforce repetitive architectural elements in the buildings' facades. The historic Freedom Trail (not pictured) traverses the site and is identified by a granite feature strip with brick edging. A compass rose (not pictured) embedded in the pavement between Parcel Two's buildings is inspired by the project's proximity to Boston harbor.