As rents continue to drive Northward and vacancy drops, Boston’s office market will seek new areas for expansion; Sullivan Square could be next on the list.
An article on Banker and Tradesman recently suggested that Sullivan Square would be well-served by a major overhaul:
“Rutherford Avenue is atrocious coming through right now,” said Peter Bekarian, an executive vice president at commercial real estate brokerage Jones Lang LaSalle. “It’s an under-improved industrial area that could stand to benefit exponentially (from redevelopment).”
The B&T article examines the potential of the area, and opportunity for development around the Orange Line.