Thoughtful Repositioning Creates Value

In a historic city like Boston, designers should focus on producing designs that preserve the city’s authentic and distinctive architecture, while creating spaces that serve modern tenants. CBT’s work on Schrafft’s City Center in Charlestown, POST 200 Smith in Waltham and the upcoming Seaport World Trade Center renovation are all great examples of underutilized properties with extraordinary potential that CBT has been able to tap into and refine for use by 21st-century Bostonians.

Click the link to read my guest column on the ways in which repositioning historic assets for modern tenants can boost property value; increase employee happiness, wellbeing, and productivity; and extend a building’s lifespan.

Banker & Tradesman – “Thoughtful Repositioning Creates Value”

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