The newest Tech-friendly office tower could be a crucial differentiator in Class A Financial District office space, with delivery in 2020.
According to Bisnow, Trans National CEO Steve Belkin and EVP (development) Justin Krebs want to help Boston become a global financial/tech innovation cluster…proposing “a $900M tower downtown that would include an elaborate two-story 22,500 SF Entrepreneurial Innovation Center that’s free to the public. They hope that the space where financial services pros, tech talent and university folk join forces will help elevate Boston’s brand as a global hotbed of financial innovation. Steve, an entrepreneur who’s launched 30 companies of his own, is also answering Mayor Walsh’s call to help make Boston the world’s innovation leader by 2030.
You can read the full article on the Bisnow website.
The skyline in Boston is getting some more airtime in Boston Financial District. The parcel of late is the shuttered garage between Federal Street and Devonshire Street.
According to Wbur.org, “entrepreneur Steve Belkin is again pushing a bold proposal for a new skyscraper in Boston’s Financial District. Somewhat more modest than previous designs, the still impressive building would stand 740 feet tall and feature a hotel, shopping venues, office space and, if permitted, 150 new condominiums.”
Details on the proposed tower in Boston’s Financial District are available on wbur.org.
Did you get a law degree at Dartmouth? Are you looking for a job? Are you in need of legal services? Stop by 274 Franklin Street to learn more.
The Boston Business Journal describes the incubator’s mission:
“The University of Massachusetts School of Law Dartmouth has arrived on Boston’s legal scene, this week debuting a new venture in the Financial District that’s designed like a start-up incubator — but for lawyers to launch their careers…Called Justice Bridge, the center is located in basement space at 274 Franklin St. and it serves two purposes, first by employing graduates of UMass Dartmouth Law School and second by providing reduced-fee legal services for people who cannot afford the full fare of a Boston law firm but are able to pay something.”