Articles Posted in the " office space " Category

  • The Changing Office Space Culture

    Commercial real estate firm Cassidy Turley recently relocated its Minneapolis headquarters to the IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis. Prior to this move, Cassidy Turley engaged its younger employees – known as millennials – in the office space conversation to gain an idea of what they had in mind for the future of the company. Millennials […]

  • Synergy buys Seaport Office buildings

    Boston-based real estate investment and development firm Synergy Investments is continuing its spending spree, partnering with DivcoWest to buy a pair of office buildings and a parking garage in Boston’s Seaport District. Synergy is paying The Archon Group $53 million for the sale of these three properties. The properties include 319 A Street, a 48,000-square-foot […]

  • Burlington Centre on the Market

    Multi-Employer Property Trust, a pension-backed fund based in Washington D.C. recently announced that Burlington Centre, a 620,000 square foot office park in Burlington, is officially on the market. MEPT first bought the property in 1991 for $21.3 million, and the property’s sale could net as much as $100 million. With the continuous expansion of the […]

  • NorthPoint set to begin construction

    In less than a week from now, the massive redevelopment project of NorthPoint will take a major step forward. The ceremonial groundbreaking of one of the project’s apartment towers is scheduled for Wednesday May 29th. Located on a 45-acre parcel of land in Cambridge at the edge of the Charles River, the property is expected […]

  • One World Trade Center reaches its Peak

    The redevelopment of the new World Trade Center reached a significant milestone last Friday, as construction workers added the final vertical piece to the puzzle. A 408-foot spire was placed atop One World Trade Center, which has 104 stories and now stands at an imposing 1,776 feet above street level. A collective effort to rebuild […]

  • Arnold Worldwide Takes Office Space in Downtown Crossing

    Millennium Partners announced it has signed a lead tenant for the Burnham Building redevelopment at the former Filene’s department store, this will help fill in a piece of the puzzle for  Boston’s Downtown Crossing redevelopment. Arnold Worldwide will take occupancy of 125,000 square feet of office space at the Burnham Building in September 2014. The Burnham Building […]

  • 162,000 Square feet of space signed at Technology Square

    162,000 Square feet of space signed at Technology Square

    Today at 400 Technology Square in Cambridge leases totaling 162,000 square feet have been signed. The involved companies were as follows: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The Ragon Institute Harvard University Epizyme Warp Drive Bio Aramco Services Co. Alexandria Real Estate Equities (NYSE: ARE), an owner, operator, and developer of life science office and […]

  • Twin City Plaza Office Space Available

    Twin City Plaza Office Space Available

    ABG Realty presents 20,000 square-feet of  office space in Cambridge’s Twin City Plaza. This new property offers an open floor plan and available spaces range from 2,200 square-feet to 15,000 square-feet. Some amenities include: Common Break Room Build Out Possibility Plenty of Onsite Parking Perfect for any Start Up or Professional The property’s ideal uses […]

  • Atlantic Wharf Tower Occupancy Rate Reaches 100%

    Atlantic Wharf Tower Occupancy Rate Reaches 100%

    The Atlantic Wharf tower, built in 2011, along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has no more available space. McKinsey and Co., a global consulting firm bought 35,000 square feet of office space in the tower. Above, Boston’s $550 million Atlantic Wharf Tower This was all of the tower’s remaining space; McKinsey and Co. will be […]

  • East Cambridge Revitalized: The Old Sullivan Courthouse

    East Cambridge Revitalized: The Old Sullivan Courthouse

    This week, proposed plans for the redevelopment of the Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge progressed, with three of an original six companies moving forward into a second round of bidding. The East Cambridge Planning Team, a state agency responsible for redevelopment of the Sullivan Courthouse, identified a proposal submitted by HYM Investment Group […]