Callahan Construction tops off Revolution Labs in Lexington

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Lexington, MA- Callahan Construction Managers announced the topping off of Revolution Labs, a life science development in Lexington, Massachusetts. The property is developed by Greatland Realty Partners with Singerman Real Estate.

Attending the ceremony was the full project team, architect SGA, civil engineers VHB, MEP & FP engineers, AHA Consulting,structural engineers McNamara Salvia, geotechnical engineers Haley & Aldrich, leasing brokers JLL, and Iron Workers Local 7.  

The development is positioned in Greater Boston’s expanding life science cluster along Routes 128 and 2.  

“Over the course of the past few years we have seen substantial growth in our execution of life science and R&D construction projects,” said Patrick Callahan, President of Callahan. “We are excited to bring another project to the booming Route 128 Central Corridor.”  

Revolution Labs is a 180,000 SF office and lab building with a 442-space standalone precast garage located at 1050 Waltham Street in Lexington, MA. Among the property’s best-in-class amenity spaces are covered parking with a solar canopy and electric vehicle charging stations, shuttle service to the nearby Alewife MBTA station, a fitness center, bike share and storage, an onsite café, lockers and showers, lounge areas and meeting spaces, a sport court, an amenity deck with a fire pit, and a connection to more than four miles of nature trails along the Western Greenway. Revolution Labs also has cutting-edge lab infrastructure and is aiming for LEED Gold and WELL Building certifications.    

“With the Revolution Labs project, it was our goal to continue to add value in the Greater Boston life science market with a design focused on the end user. I am proud to say in collaboration with our valued partners, we are well on our way to achieving that goal,” said Kevin Sheehan, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Greatland Realty Partners. “We are thrilled to bring this dynamic project to completion and provide significant life science space in the heart of Lexington.”  

The building will be ready for occupation in the fourth quarter of 2022 and is available for lease to leading life science firms.   

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