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145 Broadway Overview

Address : 145 Broadway
City : Cambridge
State : MA
Zip : 02139
Sectors : Retail and Office
Construction Status : *********************
Last Update : 02/09/24

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Latest News 13

Nov 02, 2019

Akamai Moves into New Headquarters at 145 Broadway in Kendall Square


Aug 06, 2019

Final Stages of Construction Wrapping up for Akamai Headquarters 


Apr 05, 2019

Interior Fit Out Ongoing for 145 Broadway in Kendall Square


Nov 28, 2018

Construction Continues at 145 Broadway in Kendall Square


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Recent Comments

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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