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Boston Seaport District office building adding 2 extra floors


CBRE/New England today announced that 22 Boston Wharf Road, managed by Bentall Kennedy on behalf of Multi-Employer Property Trust and its affiliates, has commenced construction on two additional floors of office space.


The new addition allows the property to accommodate office users up to approximately 110,000 square feet in Boston’s booming Seaport District.


“We are excited to break ground on this new addition. We see a lot of momentum in the Boston market, and the property offers a truly creative and innovative environment in the heart of the dynamic and vibrant Seaport market,” said Phil Down, Vice President at Bentall Kennedy (U.S.) Limited Partnership.


CBRE/NE’s David Fitzgerald, Kevin Kennedy, Chuck Kavoogian, Jonathan Freni, Suzanne Brown and Peter Dominski spearhead the leasing efforts for 22 Boston Wharf.


“22 Boston Wharf Road is one of the most efficient office buildings in Boston due to its cutting-edge structural design providing a largely column-free layout,” added CBRE/NE’s Kennedy.


Located in Boston’s most dynamic neighborhood anchored by some of the world’s top companies and homegrown technology firms, 22 Boston Wharf Road offers Class A office space designed to facilitate collaboration, creativity and innovation. 


The property boasts large open space with four columns per floor, approximately 28,000 SF floor plates, 15' slab-to-slab ceiling height, on-site parking, opportunities for outdoor balcony/roof deck spaces and sprawling 360-degree views of Boston Harbor, Seaport District and downtown Boston.


22 Boston Wharf Road sits in the heart of the rapidly expanding Seaport District where new retail, residential and office construction have formed the hottest development neighborhood on the East Coast. 

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