Construction of a new 120,000-square-foot office building for The Kraft Group at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough came with unique requirements for architects SGA and the project team.
Developers of a series of major projects in Charlestown will be asked to coordinate their public benefits packages under a new approach to neighborhood planning.
A nearly 300,000-square-foot research lab and biomanufacturing complex would replace a group of industrial tenants in a planned redevelopment of a 15-acre property near the MBTA’s Anderson Regional Transportation Center in Woburn.
Architects SGA designed a new 32,219-square-foot spec office suite on the fourth floor of 125 Summer St., a 22-story office tower in Boston’s South Station submarket.
After recently completing a 289-unit apartment complex in Woburn, a Boston developer submitted plans to redevelop a 14-acre nearby industrial site as lab and biomanufacturing space.
Union Square master developer US2 is seeking approval for its second life science building in the transforming Somerville neighborhood.
Boston developer Cabot, Cabot & Forbes has filed plans with Cambridge officials for a 58,000-square-foot research and development building near the site of a major planned biotech development in the city’s west.
Merely applying new paint and fixtures to a building that otherwise looks like “The Office’s” Dunder Mifflin may help a bit, but it is important to be realistic: transformative results are born of transformative measures.
The Revolution Labs speculative life science conversion in Lexington has received its first lease commitment from a publicly-traded biotech company.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
A two-building, mixed commercial-residential project next to the planned Allston Landing development could bring nearly 400,000 square feet of lab space to the neighborhood if approved.
Boston architecture firm SGA is expanding its life science practice with the acquisition of a Portland, Maine-based consultancy focused on biopharma research and development facilities.
Visitors to the 99 High office tower in Boston will notice a series of upgrades to the lobby, facade and entry areas following completion of a $7.5 million project.
A dilapidated mill complex just 15 years ago, Lupoli Cos.’ Riverwalk in Lawrence is virtually bursting at the seams. Now, with occupancy of Riverwalk’s commercial space at approximately 95 percent, developer Lupoli Cos. has launched a $60 million expansion project called The Pavilion.
After leasing 25,000 square feet in a vertical addition to 22 Boston Wharf Road, Duck Creek Technologies hired architects SGA to design interior spaces that reflect the company’s brand and vision.