BOSTON LANDING





Where Boston Commerce Begins

Boston Landing represents the ultimate opportunity to establish a Boston address with the conveniences of a more suburban development. Whether you seek class A office space or prime retail space, our leasing groups are available to help find space for your needs.  Office leasing is managed by Transwestern|RBJ and retail leasing is managed by CBRE\Grossman Retail Advisors LLC.

  • 650,000 sq ft of office space with build-to-suit opportunities
  • Valuable Mass Pike visibility
  • Exclusive Boston address
  • Vital work-life environment
  • A hotel within walking distance of your office
  • Ample meeting and conference spaces
  • Green space, restaurants, retail shops
  • Parking and public transportation, including bus and commuter rail
  • Amenities for your employees

Lifestyles 

Boston Landing will bring essential balance to work and life. It’s about doing your best thinking after an early morning workout, getting your best ideas while playing a game of pick-up basketball with coworkers or talking big ideas during noon walks across the green. It’s also about relaxing after work with a soothing massage or meeting at a local eatery for Thursday night drinks. These urban improvements will revitalize an underutilized Boston area and bring choice and opportunity to all walks of life. 

Open Space

sloping green space will be open to the community for lunches on the lawn, soaking up the sun or just relaxing between meetings.

The inviting green and open spaces are designed to encourage

outdoor activities and create easy access to adjacent areas.

Boston Landing Residential 

[Boston Landing rendering via New Balance]



The Boston Landing, which got officially under way in September 2013, will spawn (deep breath) a 250,000-square-foot HQ for New Balance shoe empire; a 345,000-square-foot sports complex with an NHL-regulation arena; a 175-room hotel; up to 650,000 square feet of office space spread amongst three buildings; 1,750 parking spaces; and 65,000 square feet of retail space.


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