Watertown is changing and so is the landscape for retailers and office space within this active market. Typically known as a town with office space that is offered at a more cost-efficient rate when compared to office space within Needham and Newton, today Watertown is undergoing revitalization and reinvention in order to draw a new generation of enthusiastic shoppers and diners as well as tenants looking for creative, brick-and-beam office space.
From Wicked Local:
“Instead of focusing solely on retail, a modernized Arsenal Project will be reconfigured to become a vibrant destination of national, regional and local retailers, with fresh, new restaurant, retail and entertainment choices. Recent renovations that signal the changes to come include exterior building and landscaping upgrades, new common area seating and even, during the darkness of the winter months, a remote-controlled light show playfully executed on the brick sides of the buildings. Currently underway are interior and exterior energy-efficient lighting upgrades and a redesign of signage.”