$93M Permit Pulled for Vertex Fit-out in the Seaport
Consigli Construction has pulled a permit valued at $93M for the fit-out of the Vertex space at the upcoming Innovation Square Phase II. The work will include build-out of clinical manufacturing lab and office space plus fit-out of the 268,000 square foot building.
Steel framing is underway for Innovation Square Phase II in the Seaport. The upcoming 4-story building will feature 265,000 square feet of lab ready space along with 10,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space. Amenities on-site will include Indoor bike storage, on-campus fitness, lockers, a collaboration center, private roof decks overlooking Boston Harbor. and
$63.5M Permit Pulled for Phase II of Innovation Square
The building permit, valued at $63,597,000 has been pulled for phase II of Innovation Square. The new 4-story building will feature 265,000 square feet of lab ready space along with 10,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space. The building will also offer parking for 45 vehicles in a below-grade garage.
$2M Plumbing Permit Pulled for Innovation Square Phase 2
A permit valued at $2M has been pulled plumbing for the core and shell of phase 2 at Innovation Square. The Seaport building will offer 265,000 square feet of lab ready space. Amenities at Innovation Square will include a collaboration center, a fitness center, and a green space. Innovation Square will feature 60 on-site parking spaces, in addition to bicycle storage. Construction is expected to last through the first quarter of 2021.
$4.2M Electrical Permit Pulled for Phase 2 of Innovation Square
A permit valued at $4.2M has been pulled by McDonald Electrical Corporation for the install of the full electrical system at 316-318 Northern Ave. The site is the second phase of Innovation Square and will include approximately 265,000 square feet of lab ready space. Construction is expected to last through the first quarter of 2021.
Innovation Square in Boston's Seaport District has been mortgaged via Bank of America for $189 million.
The four-story, 375,000 square foot research, development, and manufacturing facility is located on the east end of Boston's booming Seaport District. The first phase of Innovation Square is a four-story, 125,000-square-foot building, anchored by a two-floor, 54,000-square-foot office for Mass Innovation Labs. The second phase will feature 260,000 square feet of lab ready space.
Early Stage Site Work Underway for Phase II of Innovation Square
Early-stage site work is now underway for the second building at Innovation Square in the Seaport. Phase II will feature 260,000 square feet of state-of-the-art lab space and is set to be complete in the first quarter of 2021.
Phase I of the project features a four-story, 125,000 square foot building anchored by a two-floor, 54,000-square-foot office for Mass Innovation Labs.
The developers of Innovation Square at 6 Tide Street in Boston's Seaport District have filed a notice of project change for the project.
The proposed changes would add 10,000 square feet of local retail, restaurant, and services space along Northern Avenue, as well as 45 parking spaces.
Amenities at Innovation Square will include a collaboration center, a fitness center, and green space. Innovation Square will feature 60 on-site parking spaces, in addition to bicycle storage. The building will feature on-site rapid transit access and is located across from Harpoon Brewery, minutes from Downtown Boston, Logan Airport and Interstates 90 and 93. The following are renderings of Innovation Square:
Interior Work Underway on Phase One at Innovation Square
Interior work is underway at phase one and the control system is being installed for the first building in the Seaport's Innovation Square development. The first building comprises 125,000 square feet and will be home to the Mass. Innovation Labs. Construction on phase one is set to be complete in the first quarter of 2019.
Phase Two of the project will add another 250,000 square foot building of cutting-edge lab space to the project. Innovation Square will also offer bike storage, on-campus fitness, a collaboration center, on-site restaurants, and private roof decks overlooking Boston Harbor.
First phase of Innovation Square lab project in Seaport, anchored by Mass Innovation Labs, breaks ground
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday for the $50 million, 125,000-square-foot first phase of Innovation Square in the Seaport District, which will be anchored by a new two-floor, 54,000-square-foot office for Mass Innovation Labs. The groundbreaking of the four-story building follows Mass Innovation Labs’ announcement earlier this week that it will lease 84,000 square feet at The Auerbach Center, a 160,000-square-foot mixed-use building coming to the 15-acre Boston Landing development in Brighton, opening June 2018. Mass Innovation Labs also announced earlier this month it will lease 52,000 square feet at 21 Erie Street in Cambridge.
Mass Innovation Labs will open its’ Seaport office by the first quarter of 2019. “Mass Innovation Labs is the perfect tenant to kickoff [Innovation Square],” said Stephen Faber, President of Innovation Square co-developer Related Beal, in a prepared statement. “They nurture innovative, entrepreneurial, high growth organizations with the potential to create a substantial economic engine for Boston and the commonwealth.” Cushman & Wakefield represented Mass Innovation Labs in the lease, and JLL represented Related Beal and Innovation Square development partner Kavanagh Advisory Group. Upon full buildout, Innovation Square will feature 360,000 square feet of lab space. East Boston Savings Bank provided nearly $51.5 million in construction financing for the development’s first phase. Additional space at Innovation Square is now available for lease.
Per the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) website, the approved Innovation Square industrial project in the Seaport District is moving forward. As of this past Tuesday, June 14th, 2016, the project's official phase is listed as Under Construction.
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