Oxford Properties Group is a global platform for real estate investment, development and management, with over 2000 employees and close to $40 billion of real assets that it manages for itself and on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners. Established in 1960, Oxford has offices in Toronto, London and New York and the company's portfolio includes over 60 million square feet of office, retail, industrial, multi-family and hotel properties. Oxford is the real estate arm of OMERS.
Apr 29, 2020
Permits Pulled for Fit-Out of Klaviyo Offices at 125 Summer St
Gaston Electrical has pulled a series of permits for fire alarm and new power and lighting install on the 5-7th floors of 125 Summer Street, as part of the Klaviyo office expansion. With the addition of this new 160,000 square feet, the firm will now occupy 7 floors within the Downtown office tower.
Jan 17, 2020
$3.3M Fit-Out Permit Pulled for Asics Space at 125 Summer
Columbia Construction has pulled a permit for the interior office fit-out of the Asics space on the 3rd floor of 125 Summer Street. The $3.3M project will include demo plus new framing, doors & glazing and finishes. Work also includes install of new and some relocation of electrical, fire alarm, and plumbing.
Jan 10, 2020
$7M Fit-out Permit Pulled for Klaviyo Office at 125 Summer St.
Commodore Builders has pulled a permit valued at $7M for the fit-out of the Klaviyo offices at 125 Summer Street. The project on the 5th-7th floors of the building will include an amenity space, cafe, library, and fitness area.
Dec 27, 2019
$10M Interior Reno Permits Pulled for 222 Berkeley & 500 Boylston St.
Columbia Construction has pulled a series of building permits valued at $10M for 222 Berkeley Street & 500 Boylston, floors 4, 6, 8&9. Work will include new framing, drywall, and finishes plus the relocation of electrical, plumbing, and fire to accommodate the new layout.
Aug 02, 2019
650K SF Mixed-Use Project Planned for 7.3 Acre Site in Capitol Riverfront
Oxford Properties, Greystar, and J.P. Morgan Asset Management are planning a 650,000 square foot mixed-use project on the 7.3-acre site purchased from CSX Transportation last month for $67.5M. The project would include around 750 rental units and 42,000 square feet of coworking space between two 13-story buildings. The development would also include 70,000 square feet of amenity space and a parking garage with 357 spaces. The development team hopes to start construction before the end of the year.
Jun 10, 2019
625,000 Square Foot Office Tower at 125 Lincoln Street Officially Under Review
Oxford Properties planned 24 story office tower to replace the garage at 125 Lincoln Street is now officially under review. The plans call for a 625,000 square foot office building with retail and publicly accessible ground floor uses. The development would also include the redesign of 7,500 square feet of existing open space at the corner of Lincoln Street and the Greenway along with the creation of a publicly accessible indoor space of approximately 7,000 square feet that includes gathering and retail spaces. Parking capacity for up to 275 vehicles would be located in up to five levels below grade. Oxford Properties purchased the garage for around $40M in May 2017.
May 03, 2019
South Boston Property Acquired for $25 Million
Oxford Properties Group has acquired 370 W First Street in South Boston for $25 million.
The property features a 14,560 square foot industrial building sitting on a 1.29-acre lot in the South Boston neighborhood.
Apr 08, 2019
24 Story Building Proposed in Leather District
Oxford Properties Group proposes to demolish the existing parking garage and construct a new, approximately 625,000 square foot, 24 story office building containing retail, restaurant, and other commercial uses on the ground floor, below grade parking and indoor/outdoor public space. The project will be a dynamic addition to downtown Boston that will revitalize the site.
The site currently features a 115,625 square foot parking garage including upper-floor office and ground-floor retail space located on a 27,800 square foot lot steps to South Station. Existing zoning for the 125 Lincoln Street parcel would allow up to 223,880 square feet of mixed-use development; current tenant lease termination options would allow a potential development to begin in 2018.
Jan 09, 2019
Serenity Apartments Acquired for $123.25 Million
Oxford Properties Group has acquired the property at 101 South Huntington Ave in Boston, MA for $123.25 million.
The property features a mixed-use building that sits on a long-vacant Mission Hill parcel. Serenity features 195 apartments including studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, and three bedrooms. 24 residences overlooking Olmsted Park feature private elevator access. A 2,100 square foot retail space fronts South Huntington Avenue. Amenities at Serenity include a swimming pool, a fitness center, and a green roof deck. Underground parking is located on site for 100 cars.
Jun 28, 2018
Wayfair Leases 400,000 Square-Feet of Office SpaceBoston-based e-commerce company, Wayfair, has leased 395,144 square-feet of office space at 222 Berkeley Street and 500 Boylston Street in Boston’s Back Bay. The company is currently headquartered at 4 Copley place, a short .7 miles away.The leased space consists of 200,433 square-feet on floors 2-4 and 6-9 at 222 Berkeley Street. At 500 Boylston Street the company will be occupying floors 2, 3, and 6-10 for a total of 194,681 square-feet.Wayfair employs 7,700 people globally and had a net revenue of $4.7 billion in 2017.
Jun 14, 2017
Construction complete at Serenity Apartments, new Mission Hill luxury residences now leasing
Construction is complete at Serenity Apartments, a new 15-story luxury tower in Mission Hill featuring 195 distinctive residences now leasing. Move-ins at Serenity began earlier this month; the building was 40% pre-leased prior to opening. Churchill Corporate Housing, a short-term corporate housing provider, has leased 24 apartments at Serenity, which is managed by Greystar. Serenity is located steps to Brookline Village and the Longwood Medical Area and features the latest in-demand amenities, including Wi-Fi enabled common areas, a billiard room, meeting and collaborative areas, a private courtyard, a rooftop pool and lounge deck, a barbecue deck and a green roof. Direct-access garage parking with electric car charging stations is available on-site, in addition to Zipcars and bicycle storage. Serenity presents an unprecedented green living option, with LEED Gold energy-efficiency certification and direct access to the MBTA Green Line.
“As we designed the community, we knew we needed to create something special to draw tenants to this corridor from Fenway and other nearby neighborhoods,” said Anthony Nader, Vice President of Serenity developer Longwood Group. “The rooftop pool and amenity area are really something to be seen.” Serenity residents will be located in an area seeing tremendous growth, with a number of development projects planned, under construction and recently completed. “The leasing demand is showing that with a destination asset, that provides a great living experience, prospective residents are willing to move to this side of the Longwood Medical Area,” said Nader. “The growth coming down the Brookline Avenue corridor, with the Children’s Hospital expansion at Brookline Place, Homewood Suites and potentially an additional hotel at Brookline Avenue, has created an exciting area of the city to be in. More restaurants will activate the streetscape, but the neighborhood is already beginning to come alive.”
May 16, 2017
Oxford Properties acquiring Leather District garage for nearly $40 million
Oxford Properties will reportedly acquire the parking garage at 125 Lincoln Street in the Leather District, a 0.64-acre property with significant development potential located steps to South Station, for nearly $40 million. According to The Real Reporter, Oxford has emerged as the winning bidder amongst a number of developers who bid to acquire the garage, brokered for sale by Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and sold by Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. The sale would amount to nearly $345.95 per existing building square foot and $62.5 million per acre. Intercontinental acquired the garage in August 1996 for $6 million, amounting to $51.89 per existing building square foot and $9.375 million per acre. Oxford has not yet closed on its' acquisition of 125 Lincoln Street.
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