There is no doubt that Boston continues to remain one of the United States’ most active and architecturally interesting office markets. Why? In a recent Q&A with Commercial Property Executive reporter Corina Stef, I discussed how Boston’s authenticity, largely derived from its historic industrial past, attracts talent and innovative tenants, as well as enables us as designers to tell the story and narrative of old, iconic structures.
If you’re interested in learning more, check out the article below on how repositioning helps buildings become an active participant and ambassador in contributing to the character of a city’s urban fabric.
Commercial Property Executive – “Revitalizing Buildings in Boston: Thriving on Authenticity”
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