Berkley Investments is bullish on the Seaport with their soon-to-be-renovated 7-story, 10K SF floor plate building. This building is targeting funded and stabilized technology companies.
According to the Boston Business Journal, Berkeley is rehabilitating “9 Channel Center, a 7-story office and retail building totaling 77,000 square feet in the growing Seaport neighborhood. The interior and exterior rehab will include the installation of new building systems and the addition of as much as 4,000 square feet of street-level retail. The building’s brick and beam architecture will be restored. The design also calls for a new atrium lobby, retail storefronts and a roof deck. The building’s floor plates will span approximately 10,000 square feet.”
Details on the design and tenant plans for 7-9 Channel Center are included in the BBJ article: office rehab in Seaport.