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145 Broadway Overview

Address : 145 Broadway
City : Cambridge
State : MA
Zip : 02139
Sectors : Retail and Office
Construction Status : *********************

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Latest News 13

Nov 02, 2019

Akamai Moves into New Headquarters at 145 Broadway in Kendall Square

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Aug 06, 2019

Final Stages of Construction Wrapping up for Akamai Headquarters 

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Apr 05, 2019

Interior Fit Out Ongoing for 145 Broadway in Kendall Square

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Nov 28, 2018

Construction Continues at 145 Broadway in Kendall Square

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Recent Comments

Philip
What happened to the original design I ask rhetorically? Either design engineering and/or costing problems prevented the powers that be from bringing forth the proposed design concept; I liked the projecting triangular "chunks" of the building jutting forth from the angled wall - far more dramatic, aesthetically pleasing appearance than the chop-a-block facade as seen in the as-built structure. Looks a tiny bit like a grandchild of the Boston City Hall, taller and glassier than concrete grandpa.
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