PAUL MCMORROW Boston’s best new buildings ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Take a look at two key buildings for Boston’s development. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff/file 2011 The project at the old Ferdinand furniture store in Roxbury’s Dudley Square is a statement of confidence in the neighborhood. Globe Staff/file 2014 It will include a publicly-funded business incubator, and the next phase of development is already percolating. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/file 2014 The Filene’s block in downtown Boston is being renovated to include a 625-foot-tall condo tower. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/file 2014 While the Millennium Tower will help to redefine the city’s fractious relationship with tall buildings. Globe Staff/file 2014 Construction at the Ferdinand Building was underway in March. It was recently renamed after the late Boston City Councilor Bruce Bolling. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/file 2014 Both projects are the two best buildings Boston developers produced in 2014, and they’re special for similar reasons. They are good-looking developments on their own, but they really matter because of what each means for the neighborhood around it.