Trinity Financial says it will soon file plans to replace a Harvard Club annex and parking lot along the part of Newbury Street that overlooks the turnpike with two buildings, one 11 stories tall, the other 3, with a total of 133 residential units and three floors of Harvard Club space, including new squash courts and other athletic facilities.
The proposal, for 415 Newbury St., between Mass. Ave. and Charlesgate, would include parking for 125 vehicles, up from the current site's 112.
Trinity says building atop the current parking lot would "fill a void in the urban fabric along Newbury Street dating to the construction of the Turnpike in the 1960s" - as well as help meet Boston's housing needs and give members of the Harvard Club "state of the art" athletic facilities.
The club annex currently houses the modernization-needing squash courts for the more vigorous members of the club, where full membership is available to graduates of Harvard, Yale, MIT and the Fletcher School at Tufts, but not other Tufts graduates.
415 Newbury St. letter of intent.