Construction crews from Suffolk held a topping off ceremony at the future headquarters of genomics testing firm Foundation Medicine this month at 400 Summer St. in Boston’s Seaport District.
WS Development is proposing changes to the next phases of its Boston Seaport project, including adding office-lab space on two parcels approved for housing and elimination of plans for a hotel.
In addition to a prominent affordable housing project proposed for Jamaica Plain, the Boston Planning & Development Board approved several projects and changes to projects at its Nov. 14 meeting.
After landing big leases from Amazon and Foundation Medicine for new office buildings in Boston’s Seaport District, WS Development is seeking approval to accommodate more commercial tenants.
Many Bostonians of color find one of the city’s crowning jewels, the Seaport District, a hostile and unwelcoming place, a new survey has found. Fortunately, there’s still time to do something about it.
Attendees unleashed a shower of yellow confetti as developers and officials marked the groundbreaking of Amazon’s future 430,000-square-foot offices in Boston’s Seaport District.
A Korean investor is partnering with Cottonwood Group on its $950 million EchelonSeaport development and future projects in the U.S.
As reports continue to swirl about a major biotech company lease in the Seaport District, WS Development plans to break ground this fall on a 626,400-square-foot office complex.
Developer Skanska has completed construction of a walking museum between its 101 and 121 Seaport office towers including historical exhibits on the neighborhood’s marine industrial past.
With 350 employees settling into its new offices and room for a total of 900, Amazon is starting to make its presence felt in Boston’s Seaport District.
A pending 430,000-square-foot lease by Amazon could kick-start construction of an 18-story office building in Boston’s Seaport District this year, bringing the promise of 2,000 jobs along with a request for a $5 million tax break by landlord WS Development of Newton.
Rep. Stephen Lynch and arts supporters are urging Boston officials to require more parkland and performing arts facilities in the Seaport District where a developer seeks to build additional office space and housing.
Cottonwood Management took the wraps off its new “Echelon” brand scheme – and chef Ming Tsai mixed custom cocktails for the occasion – at the site of a 1.3-million-square-foot residential and retail project that recently began construction in Boston’s Seaport District.
Cottonwood Management Group, which recently began site work on a $800 million residential and retail development in Boston’s Seaport District, has leased 8,800 square feet in the nearby 101 Seaport office tower for its new regional office.
More office and multifamily buildings would be built on 12.5 acres of surface parking in Boston’s Seaport District under W/S Development’s development plan for the parcels it acquired in late 2015 for $359 million.
A foreign investment group has agreed to buy two parcels at Seaport Square in South Boston where a $700-million residential and retail development would be built.