BOSTON–Construction is now complete on Flex by BXP, a new 35,000-square-foot full floor first class flexible office space in the 31-story Phase III office tower at Hub on Causeway for developer Boston Properties. Corderman & Company provided construction management services on the project.
The $6 million project on floor 3, in collaboration with architecture and interior design creative agency Design Farm, provides tenants with short-term, modular, plug-and-play space solution in an inspiring open industrial environment. Work stations are easily adaptable to accommodate a variety of business functions. Flex by BXP features: open ceilings, polished concrete hallways, and high-bay light fixtures. Power and data are delivered under a raised access flooring system. A floating Kinetics puck concrete slab mitigates sound disruption. An edgy common amenity area echoes the building’s structural bracing and includes a full kitchen with casual seating. The space offers breathtaking views of the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge and Boston in all directions.
Occupancy of Flex by BXP was scheduled to begin in December 2019. The 630,000-square-foot Phase III tower, with anchor tenant Verizon having leased 450,000 square feet, is set for completion in 2021.
The dynamic $1.1 billion Hub on Causeway development sits next to TD Garden and North Station in Boston. Several parts of the 1.87 million-square-foot mixed-use 24/7 neighborhood community hub have recently opened including: the 25,000-square-foot Banners Kitchen & Tap, Guy Fieri’s Latin American-inspired Tequila Cocina, the 270-room citizenM hotel, 1,500-person Big Night Live music venue, a Star Market urban grocery store, 270-foot long North Station pedestrian connector tunnel, the transformation and expansion of TD Garden, a TD Garden and North Station entrance and outdoor space, North Station garage expansion with more than 500 below grade parking spaces, software company Rapid7’s new 145,000-square-foot world headquarters, and the first two phases of the expansive office tower. Now under construction is the 38-story Hub50House residential tower, 15-screen ArcLight Cinemas, and Hub Hall food hall.
Flex by BXP is one of numerous offices that are either complete or underway by Corderman & Company. This includes spaces for: Cybereason, Catalant Technologies, Venture Lane, Neoscape, Placester, Ideo, Enzyvant, Summit Growth Partners, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, Goulston & Storrs, and Kensington Capital.
Corderman’s project team is comprised of: Senior Project Manager John Million, Assistant Project Manager Jim Tully, Construction Superintendent Steve Giordano, and Laborer Kevin Carmody.