The replica stick, made of steel, was constructed by Diamond Iron Works in Lawrence. Owner Steve Doherty said that getting the blade to look right was the most difficult part for the 12.5:1-scale stick.
“We got about 450 man hours into fabricating the stick,” said Doherty.
The Boston Bruins said in a release that the area will be open to the public when the Warrior Ice Arena opens in September.
Boston is getting a new landlord: a German pension fund just purchased the new Converse HQ in Brighton, MA. Boston continues to see an inflow into all asset classes against all price points.
• 232,000 Square Feet
• 197,000 of office
• 45,000 of retail
• 23,200 is the typical floor size
• 10 Stories
A Banker&Tradesman article notes that “at $800 per square foot, the transaction [for Boston’s Lovejoy Wharf] is slightly higher than the $750 per foot range for Class A office buildings that have sold in Boston this year. Approximately $8 billion in Greater Boston office deals have taken place in 2015, including nearly three-quarters to foreign investors.”
You can read more on the sale of the new Converse HQ on Banker&Tradesman, here.
The workforce that rides to work on our public transpiration and roadways if very different today than it was 10 years ago. Shared workspace environments like WeWork have changed how business’s get up and running and reduced some of the barriers to going out on your own.
So, you have just secured your next round of funding and you are off to the races. As part of your upcoming spend, you need to get an office that exudes the culture of your vision while being easily accessible for your growing team. You find it and your new headquarters will be in the heart of Downtown Crossing, DTX. What’s next, what are the associated costs?
Figure the space is 3,600 rentable square feet with 25 workstations.
Office space is quoted per square foot per annum, but P & L’s are not. The following breaks down the all the various expenses based 5 years of occupancy.
Not just tech companies are looking for new space, the Bruins are coming to Boston Landing along the Pike. Combined with a new commuter rail station, our city continues to expand and offer services that address our growth.
The Boston Herald notes, “the Boston Bruins’ new Hub practice rink stands to get a prime location along the Mass Pike in New Balance’s $500 million Boston Landing project…Pending permitting approvals, New Balance hopes to start construction on the 75,000-square-foot rink complex — and an adjacent nine-story office building with a ground-floor Bruins pro-shop and other retail — no later than November, much earlier than the original planned spring start date…The Bruins’ practice facility will have seating for about 650 spectators, a VIP area, function room and concessions. It also will include locker rooms, a lounge, a strength and conditioning/rapid shot area, training rooms, video and conference areas and offices for the Bruins.”
More information on the project, along with the Bruins’ practice facilities, are available on the Boston Herald.
This major intersection was last updated 49 years ago on February 18, 1965. The requirements of our roadways are vastly different now and we need to take a proactive look toward the next 50 years as Boston and Cambridge continue to grow in both workforce and population.
Banker & Tradesman reports that “recently, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation convened a task force of about 50 members to advise the state on the redesign for the “Allston Interchange,” the spaghetti bowl of ramps and tollbooths in the middle of the rail yard adjacent to the Charles River and a neighborhood of houses and businesses.”
Additional information on the Allston Interchange is provided in the B&T article, here.