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Total Square Footage 650,000

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Established 1925
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For over 90 years Midwood has cultivated a diversified real estate portfolio comprised of retail, office, residential, mixed use and net leased properties.

Founded in Midwood, Brooklyn in 1925 by Samuel Lemberg, the company has grown from a residential brokerage into a sophisticated investment and development platform that owns over 125 properties in 10 states and the District of Columbia comprising in excess of 3,500,000 square feet with a development pipeline of more than 1 million square feet.

Today the company actively seeks to acquire investment and development opportunities in our primary markets of New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. We are relentlessly focused on creating value at the intersection of intellectual, cultural, social and economic capital in major urban centers.

 

 

Updates

One Milk Street
- Nov 15, 2019

Downtown Crossing Building Refinanced for $27 Million One Milk Street has been refinanced via Valley National Bank for $27 million. The property features a 45,000-square-foot historic building located at the corner of Washington and Milk Streets in Downtown Crossing. The repositioned building features a modern office and retail space. One Milk Street is also home to one of Boston's WeWork locations. Retail is located on One Milk Street’s ground floor, with office spaces on the second through sixth floors. Available office space ranges from 2,856 to 28,775 square feet.


One Milk Street
- Mar 06, 2019

Renovated, Historic Buildings at One Milk Street Now Leasing The repositioning of One Milk Street is nearly complete with newly renovated office and retail space available for lease.  The project consists of two buildings both with a rich history. The Franklin Building, located at 17 Milk Street, was built in 1874, housed the Boston Post newspaper until 1905 and is also known as the site of Benjamin Franklin's birth. The Transcript Building, at 322 Washington Street, was completed in 1873 and was home to the Boston Evening Transcript.  Retail space is located on One Milk Street’s ground floor, with office spaces on the second through sixth floors. Available office space ranges from 2,856 to 28,775 square feet and features high ceilings, exposed brick, and large windows.


One Milk Street
- Oct 08, 2018

Renovation of One Milk Street Nearing Completion The renovation of One Milk Street in the heart of Downtown Crossing is nearing completion with windows in place for first floor retail space and interior work being completed on the upper floors that will house office space.  The renovation of the 45,000 sf building also includes a new HVAC, roof, and electrical systems.


One Milk Street
- Jun 29, 2018

Work on New Store Fronts Continues at One Milk StreetThe repositioning and renovations at One Milk Street in the heart of Downtown Crossing continues with work on both the Transcript and Franklin buildings.  This renovation will create new storefronts along Washington Street and Milk Street and add a new curtain wall on Milk Street.  Interior work will include new elevators and fire protection system.  The upper floors will feature modern office space, now available for lease.


One Milk Street
- Oct 20, 2017

Repositioning of One Milk Street office and retail building in Downtown Crossing begins A groundbreaking ceremony was held last Thursday (October 19th) for the renovation and repositioning of One Milk Street, a 45,000-square-foot historic building located at the corner of Washington and Milk Streets in Downtown Crossing, into state-of-the-art office and retail space. When complete, One Milk Street spaces will feature exposed brick, eight-foot windows and high ceilings, with fully modernized building systems. Space at One Milk Street is now available for lease. One Milk Street developer Midwood Investment and Development acquired the building in September 2015 for $18.2 million.


Midwood Downtown Crossing Project
- Apr 04, 2016

New details and renderings for proposed Downtown Crossing towerMidwood Investment and Development has released new details and renderings of its' proposed Downtown Crossing tower in a filing with the Boston Civic Design Commission. The tower would reach 59 stories and 683 feet tall, just two feet shorter than Millennium Tower. The tower's architect is Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture of Chicago.Midwood Investment and Development has not yet filed a formal Letter of Intent to construct the tower. Details and renderings of the proposed tower are posted below. The following is a link to the full Boston Civic Design Commission filing.


Midwood Downtown Crossing Project
- Mar 20, 2016

Banker and Tradesman reports that Midwood Investment & Development will submit a formal filing by the end of March proposing a new tower at Bromfield and Washington streets in Downtown Crossing. Midwood is reportedly proposing to build a 59-story, 607,000 square foot residential tower with 473 total units; the tower would contain 300 market-rate apartments, 119 condominiums and 54 affordable units. An underground parking garage would reportedly be built with 234 parking spaces. Midwood reportedly plans to be a long-term owner of the proposed tower. Midwood first proposed to develop the parcels at Bromfield and Washington streets in 2008. Plans were drawn for a 28-story, $200 million mixed-use tower with 260 luxury apartments and six floors of retail space, but a proposal was never formally filed. The following is a rendering of the original proposal, then known as One Bromfield: Midwood's parcels are located across Washington Street from near-completion Millennium Tower. If approved, Midwood's currently proposed tower would reportedly join Millennium Tower among the five tallest buildings in Boston.


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One Milk Street
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