New 500K SF Speculative Office/Lab Project Planned for Waltham

March 5, 2019 A major Waltham landlord has announced plans to build what it says will be the largest contiguous class A office building ever built along Route 128’s technology belt. Hobbs Brook Management is planning a 5-story, 500,000-square-foot office and lab development at its 225 Wyman St. campus. Construction is expected to begin in…

Moderna Completes Norwood Biotech Manufacturing Facility

Moderna Therapeutics has completed its new 200,000-square-foot biotech manufacturing facility on Upland Road in Norwood following a fast-tracked two-year construction schedule. With nearly 200 employees, the 2-story facility located on a 28-acre parcel consolidates Moderna’s operations previously located in three properties in Cambridge. The Norwood facility will be used to develop materials for preclinical studies and…

Luxury Amenities Influence New Multifamily Designs

Quincy Complex Will Have Doorman, Refrigerated Lockers By Jonathan Miller | Jul 1, 2018 Boston’s rapidly rising population is spurring an apartment boom of discerning renters who expect more in apartment amenities, and the developers and owners who respond to these market demands are reaping the reward of premium rents. Double-income Millennials and Baby Boomers,…

Tenant Fit-Out Team Named for PTC Headquarters

Needham-based tech company PTC has selected a team to oversee its tenant fit-out as it prepares to relocate to a new headquarters in Boston’s Seaport District. Cresa’s project management team will oversee PTC’s buildout and relocation to the new 250,000-square-foot offices at 121 Seaport in early 2019. Boston-based Margulies Perruzzi Architects will provide and architectural…

Creating an Eco-Friendly Development in an Urban Environment

MULTIFAMILY HOUSING DESIGNS REFLECT CHANGING LIFESTYLES November 26, 2017 By Nate Peck Newly built or renovated multifamily developments set in urban environments attract tenants with their eco-friendly construction and wealth of desirable amenities. The appeal of modern multifamily living draws a wide range of renters, from Millennials seeking live/work space, to families wanting access to…

Boston Scientific Reinvents Quincy Distribution Center

ADDS OPEN OFFICE SPACE AT MASSIVE QUINCY WAREHOUSE October 29, 2017 By Marc Margulies and Alvaro J. Ribeiro Renovating and re-purposing a building can involve several factors: preserving existing features, updating building infrastructure and energizing spaces for their new use. Warehouses offer their own challenges, especially “legacy” buildings that have long become obsolete. An outdated…