A landscape architect at Sasaki is Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s choice for the newly-created deputy chief of urban design position.
State real estate officials are offering Salem State University’s south campus as a redevelopment opportunity including the potential for hundreds of multifamily housing units.
Construction of the $530 million 10 World Trade office-lab tower in Boston’s Seaport District is set to begin this year after two new investors joined the development team.
A partnership between The Davis Cos. and an East Boston health center proposes a six-building, 426-unit multifamily project, including 60 income-restricted units designed for families to address the neighborhood’s displacement pressures.
Generations of Bostonians and visitors to the city will see the results of the vision developed by Kate Tooke and her colleagues at Sasaki for two signature public spaces undergoing generational redesigns: Boston’s City Hall Plaza and Copley Square.
The new owners of 11 Avenue de Lafayette in downtown Boston plan to reposition the 57,000-square-foot office building for multitenant use.
A women-owned firm from Cambridge will lead Medford’s upcoming citywide master planning process.
Architectural firm Sasaki has sold its sprawling riverside headquarters in Watertown to Berkeley Investments for a planned life science development.
Multifamily developer Greystar has begun construction of a 125-unit apartment tower at 212 Stuart St. in Boston after receiving a $75.8 million construction loan from CIT Bank.
Boston-based design studio Upstatement has built a new web site for Sasaki to update the firm’s brand identity and show off its portfolio and business lines.
Deerfield Academy’s new $52 million fieldhouse has been recognized for its sustainability and architectural design.
Wood-frame construction and other cost-cutting strategies are becoming the norm across Greater Boston as developers, contractors and architects grapple grappling with rising commodity and labor costs that make it increasingly difficult to keep projects within budget.
Akamai has opened its new 19-story, 480,000-square-foot headquarters in Cambridge’s Kendall Square following a more than $100 million interior buildout.
Kendall Square’s latest office building opens today. The build-to-suit, 486,000-square-foot tower at 145 Broadway, part of Boston Properties’ 1.1-million-square Kendall Square redevelopment, will be home to computer security firm Akamai Technologies.
Kiss the brick desert at the heart of downtown Boston goodbye. A tree-studded renovation plan for Boston’s City Hall Plaza, by Watertown-based Sasaki Assoc., was unveiled by Mayor Marty Walsh this morning.
Data analysis of retail opening and closing times can help developers and city planners to mix and match ground-floor retail uses that generate activity at various times of the day and week.
Even though there is much to fix in the world we are leaving to our children and our grandchildren, I remain optimistic. If there ever were a time in history for the design professions to step up, it is now.
The Incubator at Sasaki is a new 5,000-square-foot flexible research studio and shared workspace at Sasaki’s Watertown headquarters.
Many tech companies prefer converted industrial spaces with sprawling floor plates that lend themselves to open-format workspaces. That wasn’t an option for Cambridge-based Internet giant Akamai, though, after committing to a 19-story build-to-suit office tower to replace its six Kendall Square office buildings.
Many senior leaders have accepted new responsibilities in the world of banking, finance and philanthropy in this week’s personnel file.